An Occult Observance: When Stars Align

The Winds of Walpurgia have scattered the ashen remains of Beltane’s Bonfires.

I’m pleased to announce, friends, that the Walpurgisnacht edition of Lovecraftiana: The Eldritch Magazine of Horror featuring my short “The Lords of Imagination” is out now. A link to the paperback and e-book version can be found here for anyone interested!


I’m sure you can all tell by the nature of my entries, the works of H. P Lovecraft and  many other authors of the Weird Tales Golden Age of horror have influenced my preference and style greatly. It’s truly an honor to be featured in a publication that is attempting to preserve the tradition built in the pulp era.

To those that have listened to the narration of The Lords of Imagination by the Tales to Terrify podcast (link here), the influence of those literary titans is very apparent in the story.

And if you’re still reading this, I thank you for your continued support.

That’s enough of the self promotion. You and I have a few days left to prepare for more Monsters, Madness and Magic. And not necessarily in that order.

2 thoughts on “An Occult Observance: When Stars Align

  1. That is so awesome! I just started a short story to try the long process of submission/rejection/resubmission with. It is so cool to see someone’s work and imagination succeed just as the weight of the unknown looms. For all the eldritch horror, it is quite the beam of light to see. I can’t wait to read the story you’ve got here too. Always a fan of the dark fantasy horror.

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    1. Thanks, I hope you enjoy it. I have a short posted to my blog if you would like to sample my style first, haha.

      The best advice I can give it to write and never stop. It’s definitely possible. It starts with a single word.

      Individual words are a spell. We are spelling, aren’t we? A sentence is an invocation. Make your magic real. Because it is!

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