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Eldritch Press is happy to announce
Bruce Boston's poetry collection resonance dark & light
is now available for pre-order!
Resonance Dark & Light brings together 52 previously uncollected poems from SFPA Grandmaster Bruce Boston ranging from horror to sf, with stops along the way for poems surreal, ekphrastic, and mainstream.
Bruce Boston is the author of more than fifty books and chapbooks, including the dystopian sf novel The Guardener's Tale and the psychedelic coming-of-age novel Stained Glass Rain. His writing has appeared in hundreds of publications, most visibly in Analog, Asimov's SF Magazine, Amazing Stories, Realms of Fantasy, Strange Horizons, Weird Tales, The Pedestal Magazine, Daily Science Fiction, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, and The Nebula Awards Showcase. One of the leading genre poets for more than three decades, his poetry has received the Bram Stoker Award, the Asimov's Readers Award, the Gothic Readers Choice Award, the Balticon Poetry Award, and the Rhysling and Grand Master Awards of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. His fiction has received a Pushcart Prize and twice been a Bram Stoker Award Finalist (novel, short story). He lives in Ocala, Florida, once known as The City of Trees.
Available March 1st. from all retailers!
Abandoned by Paul Dale Anderson
An Eldritch Press Thriller, Dark Fantasy Novel:
"Chaos ensues when terrorists take out the Worldwide electrical and communications grids. Two wounded warriors, two Buddhist monks, two AWOL Army Warrant Officers, an electrical engineer, and an FBI agent face annihilation from overwhelming odds and supernatural forces. In a valiant attempt to save themselves and the world, they must face their deepest fears. Has God turned his face from humanity in their gravest hour or chosen a side?"
Visit our store to pre-order your copy.
The Private Sector
Leigh M. Lane
coming soon from Eldritch Press.
The world of corporate greed runs rampant after the government collapses, leaving police, fire, and social services in the hands of the wealthy. Debtor prisons for the lower and middle classes overflow and quarantine camps have filled to capacity, turning the streets into a personal battleground for terrorists fighting against a world headed toward ruin as resources run dry and civilization becomes ruled by
The Private Sector.
���In the tradition of 1984, Leigh M. Lane delivers a terrifying vision of the future—a horrific future that may not be so distant after all....”
Lisa Mannetti, Stoker Award-winning author of The Gentling Box and Deathwatch