Preorder Offer: Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 2

Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 2 (eds. Steve Proposch, Christopher Sequeira and Bryce Stevens), the second of our Australian Mythos anthology series, will be on sale on 1 August 2018, and is now available for preorder. Those who preorder will receive their copy on or just before the release date.

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H. P. Lovecraft pioneered a fusion of terror and science fiction themes, and is widely credited as having invented the sub-genre of ‘cosmic horror’. While America’s New England was the focus and setting for many of Lovecraft’s tales, the Southern Hemisphere held a fascination for him. Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica were featured locations in his Mythosian novellas.

In tribute to this, presented here is an assortment of the finest Australian dark fiction, bringing you a second volume of Lovecraftian stories of wonder and dread. Featured are new tales by ROBERT HOOD, LEE MURRAY, KIRSTYN McDERMOTT and SILVIA BROWN.

Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 2 takes us back below the equator, into the bizarre and headlong towards horror. From mist-shrouded peaks and canyons of Melanesian islands, through rainforests and scorching deserts of the island continent of Terra Australis, and across the Tasman Sea to the inhospitable hinterlands of New Zealand.

Tales of terror by:
Kirstyn McDermott
Robert Hood
Lee Murray
Jason Nahrung
Bill Congreve
J Scherpenhuizen
Silvia Brown
T.S.P. Sweeney
Geoff Brown
David Kuraria

Also an introduction by Mythos fiction guru and horror author, Peter Rawlik.

Preorder Details (including shipping – offer ends 11 July 2018 – prices are below retail when factoring in shipping)

Australia AU$24.95
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New Zealand NZ$24.95
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United States US$14.99
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United Kingdom UK£11.99
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Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 1 is available worldwide through good bricks and mortar and online retailers.

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