Black Wings IV [eBook] Edited by S. T. Joshi

Product Code: 978-1-84863-341-4
Black Wings IV [eBook] Edited by S. T. Joshi
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An anthology of Lovecraftian inspired HORROR & DARK FICTION


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AN ANTHOLOGY Edited by S. T. Joshi
CATEGORY Lovecraftian inspired Horror
COVER ART Jason Van Hollander

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This fourth instalment of S. T. Joshi’s acclaimed Black Wings series features seventeen stories that continue to elaborate upon the conceptions, motifs, and imagery of H. P. Lovecraft, the most influential writer of weird fiction of the past hundred years. One of Lovecraft’s favourite themes was the tale of archaeological horror, where venturesome explorers unearth hideous secrets of the ancient past that cast a baleful light on the fragility of our own existence. In this volume, a major new novella by the award-winning novelist and poet Fred Chappell, “Artifact,” treats this theme with his customary panache and subtlety, while other writers such as Richard Gavin, Lois H. Gresh, Ann K. Schwader, and Donald Tyson broach the same theme in their own distinctive and diverse ways.


  • Introduction — S. T. Joshi
  • Artifact — Fred Chappell
  • Half Lost in Shadow — W. H. Pugmire
  • The Rasping Absence  — Richard Gavin
  • Black Ships Seen South of Heaven — Caitlín R. Kiernan
  • The Dark Sea Within — Jason V Brock
  • Sealed by the Moon — Gary Fry
  • Broken Sleep — Cody Goodfellow
  • A Prism of Darkness — Darrell Schweitzer
  • Night of the Piper — Ann K. Schwader
  • We Are Made of Stars — Jonathan Thomas
  • Trophy — Melanie Tem
  • Contact — John Pelan and Stephen Mark Rainey
  • Cult of the Dead — Lois H. Gresh
  • Dark Redeemer — Will Murray
  • In the Event of Death — Simon Strantzas
  • Revival — Stephen Woodworth
  • The Wall of Asshur-sin — Donald Tyson
  • Fear Lurks Atop Tempest Mount — Charles Lovecraft
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