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About Cliff Biggers
Cliff Biggers was hooked on comics at the age of five; monster movies at the age of six; monster magazines at the age of seven; and horror fiction at the age of nine. He began working professionally as a writer for Jim Steranko's Mediascene Magazine in the 1970s. Soon afterwards, he co-produced the review magazine Future Retrospective. He has written millions of words for the comic book promotional news magazine Comic Shop News, which began in 1987. He has also written comic books, including the "Earth Boys" series that appeared in Dark Horse Presents and Isaac Asimov's i•Bots for Tekno Comix. He began writing horror fiction in 2015, producing short stories for numerous anthologies and magazines. A Winter's Tale, an original anthology co-edited with Charles R. Rutledge and James R. Tuck, is the first offering from Pavane Press; look for more from this imprint in the near future. Cliff plans to release his first short story collection in 2021.
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With Stories by:
Donald F. Glut
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Leanna Renee Hieber
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A New Bubba the Monster Hunter story by John Hartness
A New Deacon Chalk story by James R. Tuck
A new Jonathan Crowley/Carter Decamp story by James A. Moore and Charles R. Rutledge
And introducing Renard Duvall in a story by Cliff Biggers
These stories run the gamut in setting and time, from traditional Victorian ghost stories to all too contemporary tales of terror. This is an anthology to be read by the fireside on cold nights with the wind howling at the windows. Or just in your favorite spot.
Horror can lurk in the most unlikely places: from the secluded cottage to the teeming metropolis. Lovecraft knew that terror could be rooted in the geography of a place as much as in an uncaring cosmos or a man’s soul.
In these 17 brand new tales of chilling Lovecraftian horrors by leading authors, discover new lands of terror. Learn the truth about the glories of Y’ha-nthlei and what really happened to Erich Zann. Discover the fate of Tillinghast’s monstrous machine and do a deal with Nyarlathotep down in the byways of Mississippi. Sometimes that lonely farmhouse, brooding silently in its isolation, can be more terrifying than forgotten monoliths on an uncharted Pacific island.
Enter the world of the occult detective and the psychic investigator, men and women who risk their lives facing strange and supernatural phenomena. Apart from the title change, it’s the same blend of dark and imaginative fiction, articles, reviews, and great art as before. Authors this issue include Melanie Atherton Allen, Alexis Ames, Bryce Beattie, Cliff Biggers, S.L. Edwards, John Paul Fitch, Kelly M. Hudson, Ian Hunter, Michael Kellar, James A. Moore, Charles R. Rutledge, Craig Stanton, Tade Thompson, I.A. Watson and Matthew Willis, plus artwork by Autumn Barlow, Mutartis Boswell (back cover), Jason Eckhardt, Dave Felton, Bob Freeman, Roland Nikrandt (front cover) and Russell Smeaton.
In this brand new collection of seventeen stories, some of weird fiction’s best authors present their versions of Pickman’s life and after-life. Join Peter Rawlik, Paul McNamee, Joshua Reynolds, Robert Price and more in this excursion into the dark side of art. Once you visit Pickman’s Gallery, you will never see the world the same way again!