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Fantastic Fiction at KGB reading from AFTERMATH OF AN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT: Wednesday, July 15, 7 p.m.

July 9th, 2020 No Comments

The original plan for this coming Wednesday was for Anita and I to travel to New York, stay alternately with Dan Stace and Nicole Kornher-Stace and then with C. S. E. Cooney and Carlos Hernandez, and then I would arrive in Manhattan with copies of books to sell and read from my second horror collection, Aftermath of an Industrial Accident, at the KGB Bar, alongside Benjamin Rosenbaum, who would read from his first novel, The Unraveling. The reading, at least,

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AFTERMATH OF AN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT and a bittersweet book birthday

July 7th, 2020 No Comments

My newest horror collection, Aftermath of an Industrial Accident, came out today, at long last. It’s a book that took years to come together, and it had a bit of a rough birth, though I console myself that it wasn’t anywhere near as difficult a process as it was for my first horror collection, Unseaming. Nonetheless, it’s here, it exists, and it is probably the most rounded representation of who I am as a writer of any book that I’ve

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Psychopomp StoryBundle with C. S. E. Cooney, Nicole Kornher-Stace, Lilith Saintcrow, Beth Cato, Rhonda Parrish and more

June 24th, 2020 No Comments

I’m pleased to announce that for the first time Mythic Delirium Books is participating in a StoryBundle, thanks to an invitation from writer, editor and Bundle curator Rhonda Parrish! (Seriously, thank you, Rhonda!) You can go straight to the StoryBundle by clicking this link. Rhonda has taken a quirky but intriguing theme and pulled together a really cool package that includes two Mythic Delirium Books, the World Fantasy Award-winning Bone Swans by C. S. E. Cooney, and the critically-acclaimed novel

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SNOW WHITE LEARNS WITCHCRAFT & “A Country Called Winter” are Locus Award finalists!

June 16th, 2020 No Comments
Snow White Learns Witchcraft by Theodora Goss, a new collection of stories and poems by the author of The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter, will be the next release from Mythic Delirium Books, available everywhere Feb. 5, 2019.

Even though this news has been out for a couple of weeks, Anita and I are still thrilled to share it: our collection of stories and poems from Theodora Goss, Snow White Learns Witchcraft, is a finalist for the 2020 Locus Award for Best Collection, and on top of that, one of the stories she wrote specifically for the book, “A County Called Winter,” is a finalist for the 2020 Locus Award for Best Novelette. We are so proud of

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A SINISTER QUARTET makes its debut + new reviews

June 15th, 2020 No Comments

In case you missed it last week — though, if you follow me on social media, you likely didn’t, I’ve been shouting it from the rooftops — A Sinister Quartet, the new anthology featuring C. S. E. Cooney, Jessica P. Wick, Amanda J. McGee and myself, premiered as scheduled on Tuesday, June 9. (To see all the different ways to buy a copy, click here.) Quite a few terrific and incredibly thorough new reviews appeared, too, including this one from

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Zoom reading from A SINISTER QUARTET + new stories showcased at Decameron Project

May 19th, 2020 No Comments

The COVID-19 crisis has required us to get creative as we promote our forthcoming anthology A Sinister Quartet, as live events remain out of the question for the moment and review venues deal with disruptions in schedule and income. We’ve had some good breaks to make up for some of the bad, and my three co-authors, C. S. E. Cooney, Amanda J. McGee, and Jessica P. Wick, have been great at brainstorming all new things to try out in the

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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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