Eldritch Chrome: Unquiet Tales of a Mythos-Haunted Future

Eldritch Chrome: Unquiet Tales of a Mythos-Haunted Future

Carrie Cuinn Jeffrey Thomas D.L. Snell Pete Rawlik Lois Fresh C.J. Henderson Robert M. Price Sam Stone / Aug 11, 2020

Eldritch Chrome Unquiet Tales of a Mythos Haunted Future DURING THE DECADES since H P Lovecraft first wrote of the Cthulhu Mythos many authors have crossed his themes into other genres enhancing his original vision with stories taking place in the distant

  • Title: Eldritch Chrome: Unquiet Tales of a Mythos-Haunted Future
  • Author: Carrie Cuinn Jeffrey Thomas D.L. Snell Pete Rawlik Lois Fresh C.J. Henderson Robert M. Price Sam Stone
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • DURING THE DECADES since H.P Lovecraft first wrote of the Cthulhu Mythos, many authors have crossed his themes into other genres, enhancing his original vision with stories taking place in the distant past, in the far flung future, and in myriad places in between Cyberpunk tales are written in dark, gritty, film noir styles Their protagonists live and die at the bottomDURING THE DECADES since H.P Lovecraft first wrote of the Cthulhu Mythos, many authors have crossed his themes into other genres, enhancing his original vision with stories taking place in the distant past, in the far flung future, and in myriad places in between Cyberpunk tales are written in dark, gritty, film noir styles Their protagonists live and die at the bottom echelon of an electronic society gone awry They may be seedier, poorer, and less inclined to make moral judgements than stoic Lovecraftian New Englanders, but in Cyberpunk Cthulhu tales they encounter the same horrors as their genteel predecessors Confronting monstrous entities and fiends from beyond space and time, the Cyberpunk Cthulhu hero may wield high tech weapons and have other advances at his or her disposal To beings where time has no meaning and whose technologically is so advanced that their actions seem supernatural or powered by magic, no human finds an advantage This is the Cyberpunk Cthulhu world mythos horrors lurk at the edge of society, mythos altered technology infects human beings, dark gods lurk in cyberspace, and huge corporations rule society while bowing to entities inimical to humankind Selected and edited by Brian M Sammons Glynn Owen Barrass Cover art by Daniele Serra 272 pages Trade Paperback ISBN 10 1568823894 ISBN 13 9781568823898 The Tales Included Obsolete, Absolute by Robert M Price The Place that Cannot Be by D.L Snell The Battle of Arkham by Peter Rawlik The Wurms In the Grid by Nickolas Cook SymbiOS by William Meikle Playgrounds of Angolaland by David Conyers Sonar City by Sam Stone The Blowfly Manifesto by Tim Curran Flesh Scales by Ran Cartwright Inlibration by Michael Tice Hope Abandoned by Tom Lynch Immune by Terrie Leigh Relf Real Gone by David Dunwoody CL3ANS3 by Carrie Cuinn Dreams of Death by Lois Gresh The Gauntlet by Glynn Owen Barrass and Brian M Sammons Indifference by CJ Henderson Open Minded by Jeffrey Thomas

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      • Carrie Cuinn Jeffrey Thomas D.L. Snell Pete Rawlik Lois Fresh C.J. Henderson Robert M. Price Sam Stone

        Carrie Cuinn is a writer, editor, historian, and geek Her writing often blends science fiction and fantasy with feminism, anti colonialism, myth, poetry, and whatever weirdness she s fascinated by today Recent fiction can be found in Kaaterskill Basin Literary Journal, Luna Station Quarterly, Apex Magazine, and Unlikely Stories As an academic, she holds degrees in Fine Art and History of Art, with a focus on Early American printing In her spare time she researches local history, enjoys music and art house cinema, cooks everything, reads voraciously, and tries to find time for sleep She s online at CarrieCuinn and at carriecuinn.


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