The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu

I’ve sold a novelette to the great Paula Guran for her The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu: New Lovecraftian Fiction, due out next spring in the UK and US. The story’s an 11,000-word mini-beast called “I Do Not Count the Hours.” The table of contents is a wondrous thing, and I am beyond honored to share it with some of my idols:

Laird Barron – “A Clutch”
Nadia Bulkin – “I Believe That We Will Win”
Amanda Downum – “The Sea Inside”
Ruthanna Emrys – “Those Who Watch”
Richard Gavin – “Deep Eden”
Lois H. Gresh – “In the Sacred Cave”
Lisa L. Hannett – “In Syllables of Elder Seas”
Brian Hodge – “It’s All the Same Road In the End”
Caitlín R. Kiernan – “The Peddler’s Tale, or, Isobel’s Revenge”
John Langan – “Outside the House, Watching for the Crows
Yoon Ha Lee – “Falcon-and-Sparrows”
Usman Tanveer Malik – “In the Ruins of Mohenjo-Daro”
Sandra McDonald – “The Cthulhu Navy Wife”
Helen Marshall – “Caro in Carno”
Silvia Moreno-Garcia – “Legacy of Salt”
Norman Partridge – “Backbite”
W. H. Pugmire – “A Shadow of Thine Own Design”
Veronica Schanoes – “Variations on Lovecraftian Themes”
Michael Shea – “An Open Letter to Mr. Edgar Allan Poe, from a Fervent Admirer”
John Shirley – “Just Beyond the Trailer Park”
Simon Strantzas – “Alexandra Lost”
Damien Angelica Walters – “Umbilicus”
Don Webb – “The Future Eats Everything”
Michael Wehunt – “I Do Not Count the Hours”
A.C. Wise – “I Dress My Lover in Yellow”

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