Friday, July 03, 2009

Tales Out of Miskatonic University

This anthology is ready to be handed to the publisher, Mythos Books, LLC. I don't have a publication date yet, but when I do, I'll be certain to announce it.

Many thanks to all of the authors, the artist, and everyone involved in the project. It was a great pleasure, and I'm looking forward to it being published.

For those curious, the book will be divided into university departments: Science, Arts, Philosophy, etc. (Those are not the actually departments). And stories related to the departments will be included in the appropriate sections. The tales range from the past to the present, and include some student blogs, and a few "Tweets."

Here's a list of stories and authors included in the book -the contest winners don't appear yet for covert reasons. The names are in no particular order, although from some of the titles you can probably guess the department the story will appear in:

Richard A. Lupoff - "Admissions Committee"
Lois H. Gresh - "There's No Place Like Void"
Robert M. Price - "The Third Oath of Dagon"
Lee Clark Zumpe - "If Skin were Parchment"
MR Keaton -"Strings"
Charles A. Gramlich - "The Vivarium"
Jeff W. Edwards -"Admission and Expulsion"
Lon Prater - "Symphony for the Aligning Stars"
Ferrel D. Moore - "A Horrified Mind"
John Goodrich - "Dreams of Raw Flesh"
Tim Curran - "He Who Calls the Pets"
Cody Goodfellow - "The Anatomy Lesson"
Stewart Sternberg - "The Idols of Canaan"
Stephen Mark Rainey -"To Be As They"
Sarah Newton - "The Apprentice"
C. J. Henderson - "Cruelty"

William Jones - Editor/Introduction


Charles Gramlich said...

Looking forward to seeing this. I had fun with the story. And looks like a good "faculty" here.

Daniel said...

Ha, if I had known "Tweets" were acceptable, I might have done a few of those as well.

Rick said...

Really glad to see this coming out, William, and not just because I have a story in it. An anthology like this is long overdue and I can't wait to read it in its entirety!

Steve Buchheit said...

Like all the above, it should be a good book. Can't wait to get my greedy little hands on it.