Auctioning Off a Complete Set of Dark House Press Books!

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Bibliophiles! Here is the entire Dark House Press Catalog! Publishing neo-noir, speculative fiction with a literary bent, this micro-press is represented here at the low initial bid of $40. That’s more than 50% off the retail price of $128.60. Includes:

  • The New Black, edited by Richard Thomas (signed)
  • After the People Lights Have Gone Off, by Stephen Graham Jones – Bram Stoker / Shirley Jackson nominee
  • The Doors You Mark Are Your Own, by Okla Elliott  and Raul Clement
  • Exigencies, edited by Richard Thomas (signed) – Shirley Jackson nominee
  • Vile Men, by Rebecca Jones-Howe
  • Paper Tigers, by Damien Angelica Walters
  • Scratch, by Steve Himmer
  • Echo Lake, by Letitia Trent

All proceeds go to benefit Gamut magazine.

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Curbside Splendor and Dark House Press named “Best Indie Book Publisher” by Chicago Magazine

 

In case you missed it, Curbside Splendor (and Dark House Press, which I run) were just named Chicago Magazine’s, “Best Indie Book Publisher.” Great article in the magazine, and online. Our three titles for the year, THE NEW BLACK, which I edited, ECHO LAKE by Letitia Trent, and AFTER THE PEOPLE LIGHTS HAVE GONE OFF by Stephen Graham Jones, are pictured in the story. Honored.

Up in 2015 is EXIGENCIES, another neo-noir anthology I’m editing (all new stories), the first book in the Joshua City Trilogy, THE DOORS YOU MARK ARE YOUR OWN by Okla Eliott and Raul Clement, and Vile Men by Rebecca Jones-Howe. 2016 will give us Steve Himmer’s SCRATCH. More news to come.