Hello and welcome to my web-page, here you will find information about my writing and editing projects. Below you can read the most recent news regarding my fiction appearances.
I began my writing career in late 2006, my major inspirations being the writer H.P. Lovecraft and other weird fiction authors. My major writing output is Cthulhu Mythos fiction, horror, cyberpunk and some fantasy. I have written over a 160 short stories, most of which have been published in England, America, Japan and France. As well as writing, I edit fiction anthologies and write material for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game. I can be contacted by email here.
I'm very proud to announce the release of my next fiction appearance, 'The Horror Out Of Dunwich,' which will appear in Lovecraft's Disciples #33, on sale from Rainfall Records & Books.
Edited by Steve Lines it features awesome Allen Koszowski cover art. Includes stories by Lee Clark Zumpe and Simon Bleaken.
I am very proud to announce the publication of my Cassandra Bane Cthulhu Mythos detective story, ‘Elvira,’ in this fine and venerable publication.
Eldritch Tales #3 edited by Bob Price & published by Necronomicon Press – Special “Jumbo-Issue”!
Featuring full-color covers by Allen Koszowski!
Welcome to what masquerades as a pulp pastiche but is really a strong horror fiction anthology with a menu of solid contributions: stories by Steffan B. Aletti, Sam Gafford, Larry Brasington, Glynn Owen Barrass, Donald R. Burleson, and David B. Harrington, as well as verse by Henry J. Vester III, Chad Hensley, Frank Coffman, and M. M. Stigeweard. Art by Allen Koszowski! Pleasure? Yes! Guilty? No!"
Eldritch Tales, volume 2, number 3
The Eldritch Lair by the Editor
The Glade by the Lake by Steffan Aletti
Tunnel Vision by Sam Gafford
The Blood Moon Cult by Larry Brasington
Elvira by Glynn Owen Barrass
The Mummy’s Transit by Donald R. Burleson
Apparatus Hill by David B. Harrington
The Gravedigger by David B. Harrington
Terror at Twilight by Frank Coffman
Deliverance by Henry J. Vester III
Ancient One by Chad Hensley
Writing an Essay on the Cemetery of the Capuchins by M. M. Stigeweard
In-print, discounted, and various Necronomicon Press publications can be found at necropress.com as well as on eBay.
My collection THE ELEVEN THIEVES AND OTHER TALES FROM THE NIGHT LAND, published by Mount Abraxis Press, is now available!
It features a full-length novella and five short stories, two of which feature my fictional detective Cassandra Bane. The novella and three of the stories have not been published before.
Tall hardcover, with dust-jacket, cloth boards, illustrated endpapers, silk ribbon, etc.
Check out the Mount Abraxis Press Facebook page for details.
Table of Contents
Scenes From The Nightland
The Eleven Thieves
The Little People
The Lady of the Lake
The UnderworldThe Gabriel Hounds
Tails of Terror: Stories of Cat-Themed Horror
I’m very proud to have an appearance in this book. Forthcoming from Golden Goblin Press.
Do you like Cats? Of course you do. Do you like dark, mysterious, and horrifying stories of the Cthulhu Mythos? Who doesn’t? Well this upcoming anthology combines both those things is one purrfect book. This will be part of an upcoming Kickstarter.
Table of contents.
Brown Jenkin’s Reckoning – Edward M. Erdelac
The Cat in the Pall – Pete Rawlik
Derpyfoot – Christine Morgan
Ghost Story – Brian M. Sammons
Palest of Humans – Don Webb
Bats in the Belfry – William Meikle
Satisfaction Brought Him Back – Glynn Owen Barrass
The Bastet Society – Sam Stone
The Veil of Dreams – Stephen Mark Rainey
The Quest of Pumpkin the Brave – Oscar Rios
A Field Guide to Wanderlust – Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
In the End there is a Drain – Tim Waggoner
Lin Carter's Simrana Cycle, now available!
Selected, compiled and edited by Robert M Price
With fiction by Linwood V Carter, Robert M Price, Lord Dunsany, Glynn Owen Barrass, Darrell Schweitzer, Gary Myers, Adrian Cole, Charles Garofalo, Henry Kuttner. Roy G Krenkel (Illustrator), Stephen Hickman (Cover Design)
Lin Carter, enthralled by the “Dreamland” tales of Lord Dunsany and others, contributed to the growing genre with a series of his own stories, dubbed “The Simrana Tales.” Some of them were published in a variety of small-press magazines and other publications, but they were never collected into a book, and many tales have never been published at all. Until now. As Carter himself commented in his afterword to Lord Dunsany’s Beyond the Fields We Know, “The most Dunsanian of my fiction is the Simrana series … the name was coined many years ago and lay in my notebooks awaiting the right kind of story to occur to me.” A complete collection of his Simrana tales could hardly be called complete without including the stories that inspired him to write them in the first place: Lord Dunsany’s masterpieces of fantasy. Here at last is the complete Simrana Cycle, accompanied by outstanding stories in the genre including Dunsany’s own “The Sword of Welleran” and others; Henry Kuttner’s 1937 Weird Tales gem “The Jest of Droom-avista,” and new stories by leading authors in the field: Gary Myers, Darrell Schweitzer, Adrian Cole, Charles Garofalo, and Glynn Barrass, as well as six ink drawings by Roy G. Krenkel, originally done for the publication of Carter’s “The Gods of Neol Shendis.”
I am very proud to announce my latest fiction appearance with my tale of Cosmic Horror: 'Silver Jubilee.'
It can be read in Cemetery Moon #14, published by Fortress Publishing Inc.
Horror, suspense and gothic! Suspenseful stories and twisted tales brought to you by:
Lee Clark Zumpe
Wallace Boothill & Philip W. Kleaver
Glynn Owen Barrass