Nightmare's Disciple

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Speaking Volumes, LLC, Oct 1, 2011 - Fiction
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Joe Pulver has absorbed the spirits of a great host of fine writers, and in Nightmare's Disciple you will see them emerge, one by one, sometimes in amazing dialogue on the pages, which seem almost to curl with awe and revulsion. The author channels many narrative voices in order to create a frightfully convincing world that impinges rather too closely upon our own.

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About the author (2011)

Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., a life-long fan of pulp horror, fantasy, and science fiction, found himself exiled from a happy anonymity as of 1999 when Chaosium, Inc. published his highly acclaimed Cthulhu Mythos novel Nightmare's Disciple. His effectively chilling fiction and verse has appeared in collections including The Book of Eibon, Black Wings, Nameless Cults, The Tindalos Mythos, Lin Carter's Anton Zarnak Occult Detective, Rehearsals for Oblivion, and many others. He has received many "Honorable Mentions" in Ellen Datlow's Year's Best Fantasy & Horror and Best Horror of the Year. Joe also edited Ann K. Schwader's verse collection The Worms Remember (2001). Hippocampus Press released Blood Will Have Its Season, Joe's 1st collection of short work, to much acclaim in 2009. It was edited by S.T. Joshi. Joe has new tales upcoming in S.T. Joshi's Spawn of the Green Abyss (Mythos Books), and several other anthologies. His 2nd collection of short work, SIN & ashes, will be published by Hippocampus Press [Winter 2010]. He is currently working several new tales and his next novel.

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