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Mike Allen, Author at Mythic Delirium Books • Page 2 of 24

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The Outer Dark now and The Outer Dark then

May 7th, 2020 No Comments

I am honored to return to The Outer Dark podcast to take part in the latest episode their Quarantine Readings series, alongside (so to speak, in virtual space) my great friend (and Mythic Delirium alumna) Christina Sng. She reads from her new poetry collection from Raw Dog Screaming Press, A Collection of Nightmares, and I read an excerpt from “Aftermath of an Industrial Accident,” the title story of my forthcoming collection Aftermath of an Industrial Accident, and an excerpt from

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The Theodora Goss Collection + ongoing e-book sale

May 6th, 2020 No Comments

In a thrilling bit of news that ideally I would have announced a month ago — but the times are what they are and my lack of time is what it is, so I am belatedly getting around to it now — Mythic Delirium Books has added two new members to the family. We are proud to become the new stewards of the Theodora Goss Collection, first created by our friends at Papaveria Press in 2014. The collection consists of

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Support Mythic Delirium Books and independent bookstores by buying paperbacks through our Bookshop page

May 6th, 2020 No Comments

Mythic Delirium Books is now an affiliate at Bookshop, a new bookselling website born in January 2020 that directs a portion of every sale toward assisting independent bookstores. (Hat tip to Jessica Wick for this development.) Practically speaking, what this means is there is at last a one-stop shop where you can find all of our trade paperback editions, with quite a few offered at discounts. It’s probably the closest thing we’ve ever had to an actual storefront. Click here

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Announcing AFTERMATH OF AN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT + Publishers Weekly starred review

May 5th, 2020 No Comments

It’s been six years since my last (and first) collection of horror stories, Unseaming, appeared in the world and fared shockingly well on multiple fronts. My second collection of horror tales (and third story collection overall), Aftermath of an Industrial Accident, will debut July 7; and, since I’ve been too swamped to make any kind of formal announcement, most folks are finding out the book exists via the starred review posted Saturday on Publishers Weekly, a development I am incredibly

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More honors for SNOW WHITE LEARNS WITCHCRAFT by Theodora Goss

May 5th, 2020 No Comments

It’s not been easy, being a journalist working from home during the COVID-19 crisis; and now I’m journalist placed on unpaid furlough for a week because of the dent that same crisis has made in advertising purchases. However! One positive development is that it gives me some time to update items on my blogs that sorely need updating. Certainly nowadays folks get their very first news about creative developments from the social media accounts of the personages involved; however, such

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A SINISTER QUARTET: four long stories of wonder and horror from Mike Allen, C. S. E. Cooney, Amanda J. McGee and Jessica P. Wick

March 16th, 2020 No Comments

Mythic Delirium Books is proud at last to announce our next release, A Sinister Quartet, scheduled to drop June 9, 2020. It’s the biggest book we’ve ever put together, gathering four stories that, combined, amount to more than 150,000 words of wondrously weird dark fantasy and horror. These eerie stories go long. The book begins with an original short novel from C. S. E. Cooney, author of the World Fantasy Award-winning Bone Swans: Stories, also available from Mythic Delirium Books.

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Association of Jewish Libraries reviews THE HISTORY OF SOUL 2065; the stories behind the stories

March 4th, 2020 No Comments

The latest Association of Jewish Libraries newsletter contains a lovely (if somewhat spoilerific!) review of The History of Soul 2065 by Barbara Krasnoff. Here’s some highlights, sans the spoiler-y parts: “This book of connected short stories traces several generations of two childhood friends: Chana Krasulka and Sophia Stein. In each story, a character is touched by the supernatural, spirits from the past, present, or future, and occasionally Time itself . . . The characters, mostly Jewish, are engaging and relatable.

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New featured story from Barbara Krasnoff

November 20th, 2019 No Comments
Cover art and design by Paula Arwen Owen

In part in the spirit of awards season, in part in the spirit of promotion, in part in the spirit of sharing a really cool and wonderful thing to an audience, we have made Barbara Krasnoff’s short story “An Awfully Big Adventure” available to read for free on our site. This story was published for the first time in The History of Soul 2065, Barbara’s short story collection that’s also a mosaic novel, which we released in June. Over at

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2019 Mythic Delirium Award Eligibility Post

November 18th, 2019 No Comments

In 2019, Mythic Delirium Books completed its transition from publishing a mixture of books and magazine issues to putting out only books. We put out two books in 2019, Snow White Learns Witchcraft by Theodora Goss and The History of Soul 2065 by Barbara Krasnoff. We pride ourselves at Mythic Delirium on our willingness to get behind great books that more commercial publishers are squeamish about because they don’t fit in neat categories, and we certainly stuck to that mission.

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Mythic Delirium Books authors read today at KGB

October 16th, 2019 No Comments

I’m posting one more reminder that two Mythic Delirium Books authors will be reading today in the Fantastic Fiction at KGB series held every third Wednesday of the month at the storied KGB bar in Manhattan: Nicole Kornher-Stace, author of Latchkey, and Barbara Krasnoff, author of The History of Soul 2065. If you can make it there, you don’t want to miss out.

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