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Glimpses: The Best Short Stories of Rick Hautala



Glimpses: The Best Short Stories of Rick Hautala is now available on the DarkRegions.com website in two premium hardcover editions. It includes twenty-four stories from the Lifetime Achievement Award winning best-selling author of the million-copy seller Night Stone, Rick Hautala.

The book features an original wrap-around cover and eight original interior illustrations by award-winning artist Glenn Chadbourne.


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“Rick Hautala’s writing shines with dedication, hard-earned craft, and devotion.”
—Peter Straub

One of 2012’s HWA Lifetime Achievement Award Winners, Rick Hautala has a writing career that spans more than three decades. From Moondeath, his first novel published in 1980, to the republication of his best-selling novel The White Room (DRP, 2012) and his forthcoming “Little Brothers” novella Indian Summer (CD Publications, 2012), his novels and short stories have entertained millions of readers around the world.

Now comes Glimpses, a career-spanning “best of” collection that brings together twenty-four stories, including eight from each of Rick’s critically-acclaimed collections Bedbugs and Occasional Demons, and eight previously uncollected stories.

And Glimpses delivers what it promises—quick glimpses into the deepest shadows of our lives, around unfamiliar corners of streets we think we know, and down the darkest alleys of strange cities where readers will have to face their worst fears and their most unnerving nightmares.

Of course, Glimpses wouldn’t be a Rick Hautala collection if it didn’t included gorgeous original artwork—a wraparound cover and eight new illustrations—from award-winning artist Glenn Chadbourne.

So whether it’s in a haunted schoolhouse or an abandoned lighthouse, an iron bridge that spans a fast-moving river or a World War I battlefield, prepare yourself because you never know what you may catch a glimpse of … and by then, it may already be too late.



“Rick Hautala is a modern master of horror. He breathtakingly captures the things we fear, and love. With love, humanity, and a chilling eye, Hautala makes our hearts race.”
—Matthew J. Costello, author of Vacation and Home

“Rick Hautala proves each time out that he understands and respects the inner workings of the traditional horror novel as well or better than anyone writing. He brings his own brand of ice and fire and blood to his work and he never forgets to entertain the reader.”
—Joe R. Lansdale, author of the Hap and Leonard books and Edge of Dark Water

“Writes about the dark side of life as if he has lived there for centuries.”
—John Coyne

“One of the most consistently reliable horror novelists ... [Rick Hautala] is adept at creating a chilly, unnerving atmosphere,particularly with his unconventional ghost stories.”
—Don D’Ammassa, Science Fiction Chronice

“A master of contemporary horror and suspense.”
—T. Liam McDonald, Cemetery Dance


About the Author



Under his own name, Rick Hautala has written around thirty novels, including the million-copy best seller Nightstone, as well as Winter Wake, The Mountain King, and Little Brothers. He has previously published two short story collections: Bedbugs and Occasional Demons. He has had over sixty short stories published in a variety of national and international anthologies and magazines.

Writing as A. J. Matthews, his novels include the bestsellers The White Room, Looking Glass, Follow, and Unbroken.

His forthcoming books from Cemetery Dance Publications include Indian Summer, a new “Little Brothers” novella, as well as two novels, Chills and Waiting. He recently delivered The Star Road, a science fiction novel co-written with Matthew Costello, to Brendan Deneen at Thomas Dunne/St. Martin’s due to be published in 2013.

With Mark Steensland, he has written several screenplays, included the multiple award-winning short film Peekers, based on the short story by Kealan Patrick Burke; The Ugly File, based on the short story by Ed Gorman; and Lovecraft’s Pillow, inspired by a suggestion from Stephen King.

Born and raised in Rockport, Massachusetts, Rick is a graduate of the University of Maine in Orono with a Master of Arts in English Literature. He lives in southern Maine with author Holly Newstein. Combined, they have five sons, all of whom have grown up and (mostly) moved out, leaving the house frighteningly quiet.

In 2012, he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Horror Writers’ Association.

Most of his books and stories—and all of them, soon—will be available in all major e-book formats from a variety of e-publishers. For more information, check out his website http://www.rickhautala.com.

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The latest: Only 2x Deluxe Hardcover editions of Glimpses: The Best Short Stories of Rick Hautala remain for customer purchase. Read more about the book at: http://www.darkregions.com/books/gli...f-rick-hautala

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Thumbs up Notes from the Shadow City by Bruce Boston & Gary Crawford



Dark Regions Press is excited to announce a new poetry collection by Grand Master, four-time Bram Stoker award winning poet Bruce Boston and Bram Stoker award nominated poet Gary William Crawford. Gary William Crawford's "The Shadow City" collection was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award.

The book features art and eight interior images by Bruce Boston.

Click here to read more about Notes from the Shadow City by Bruce Boston and Gary William Crawford

“In Notes from the Shadow City, Crawford and Boston distill a bleak dystopian vision. Alone or together, and utilizing poetry, prose, and photographic images, they have crafted a guidebook, a Baedeker to the same outliers as chronicled by Dostoyevsky, Kafka, and Orwell, where shadows are more real than the gnomons that cast them, and the predominant colors come from the stripped-down underside of the rainbow.”
—Robert Borski, author of Blood Wallah and Other Poems

“Like grim guides of the underworld, Boston and Crawford lead you into a terrifying landscape of tragedy and tyranny. At times morbid, despairing, inspiring, and hauntingly beautiful, the Shadow City etches itself into your mind with lonely, tormented characters and their tragic fates.”
—Anders Monsen, Editor, Prometheus

“Boston’s and Crawford’s voices meld beautifully to create dark music. Notes from the Shadow City will echo in your nightmares.”
—Linda D. Addison, Bram-Stoker-Award-winning author of Being Full of Light, Insubstantial

“To say that reading Notes from the Shadow City is a delight might be misleading; to say that it is unsettling, disconcerting, provocative, and remarkable is to scratch the surface of the shadows and begin to reveal the genius beneath.”
—from the introduction by Michael R. Collings, author of The House beyond the Hill


About the Authors



Bruce Boston lives in Ocala, Florida, once known as the City of Trees, with his wife, writer-artist Marge Simon, and the ghosts of two cats. He is the author of fifty books and chapbooks, including the novels The Guardener’s Tale and Stained Glass Rain. His poetry and fiction have appeared in hundreds of publications, including Asimov’s SF Magazine, Amazing Stories, Weird Tales, Strange Horizons, Realms of Fantasy, Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, and The Nebula Awards Showcase. One of the leading genre poets for more than a quarter century, Boston has won the Bram Stoker Award for Poetry, the Asimov’s Readers Award for Poetry, and the Rhysling Award of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, each a record number of times. His fiction has received a Pushcart Prize and been a finalist for the Bram Stoker Novel Award and the Micro Award for flash fiction. For more information, and links to work online, visit http://www.bruceboston.com.

Gary William Crawford

Gary William Crawford (born 1953) is an American writer and small press publisher. He is the founder and editor of Gothic Press, which since 1979 has published books and periodicals in the field of Gothic literature. From 1979 to 1987, Crawford produced six issues of the journal Gothic, which features articles on Gothic fiction from 1764 to 1986. Later, the press published the horror poetry magazine Night Songs. In recent years, the press has published The Gothic Chapbook Series, which features pamphlets of fiction, poetry and scholarship. He has numerous poems, stories, and articles in the small press. Crawford has recently begun the online journal, Le Fanu Studies, about ghost and mystery story writer J. Sheridan Le Fanu, and is compiling Internet databases on Le Fanu, Fritz Leiber, Ramsey Campbell, Walter de la Mare and Robert Aickman.


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Today is the last day to enter Round 4 of the Horror Books Raffle. Visit http://www.horrorbooksraffle.com to enter for free.


The prizes are:

1st Prize:
Take The Long Way Home by Brian Keene (Signed and Numbered Hardcover)


First prize is a signed and numbered hardcover edition of the critically acclaimed novel Take The Long Way Home by best-selling author Brian Keene.




2nd Prize:
The Complete Drive-In by Joe R. Lansdale (Signed Collectible Copy)


Second prize is a signed collectible edition of the collection of three novels by Joe R. Lansdale, The Complete Drive-In. This includes an introduction by Bubba Ho-Tep director Don Coscarelli.




3rd Prize:
The Rising: Selected Scenes from the End of the World by Brian Keene (Signed and Numbered Hardcover)


Third prize is a signed and numbered hardcover edition of the short story collection The Rising: Selected Scenes from the End of the World by best-selling author Brian Keene.




4th Prize:
Nightingale Songs by Simon Strantzas ($99 leather-bound signed Deluxe Hardcover with slipcase edition)


Fourth prize is a leather-bound signed by both author and artist Deluxe Hardcover with slipcase edition of the collection Nightingale Songs by Simon Strantzas, all other hardcover editions previously sold out.




5th Prize:
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Fifth prize is a leather-bound signed by both author and artist Deluxe Hardcover with slipcase edition of the collection The Gaki & Other Hungry Spirits by Stephen Mark Rainey.


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Sixth prize is a leather-bound signed by both author and artist Deluxe Hardcover with slipcase edition of the Lovecraftian novella collection The Engines of Sacrifice by James Chambers.


All who enter the raffle until midnight tonight will be eligible to win one of the above prizes: http://www.horrorbooksraffle.com

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Question What slithering horrors await inside the black bag?



You wanna know what’s in this black bag?

We’ll give you an idea. We think you’re alright enough for that. But the rest of it is a surprise, got it?

First, anyone who buys the Halloween Grab Bag could win a subscription to the DRP 2012 Book Club. Did you get that? A free subscription to our book club with a $210 value, giving you Signed Limited Hardcovers of all the following titles: Glimpses: The Best Short Stories of Rick Hautala, Crooked House by Joe McKinney, Survival Horror by Jeff Strand, The Walls of the Castle by Tom Piccirilli, Holes For Faces by Ramsey Campbell, The Encounters of Enoch Coffin by W.H. Pugmire and Jeffrey Thomas.

How’s that for an all-star lineup? And we didn’t even mention all the extra stuff you get for being a DRP book club member.

Second, three of you lucky blood-suckers are gonna get sculptures. That includes the wolf head, the living gun, the zombie head candle holder and the never-before-seen demon head. That’s right, you could win the head of a demon with this grab bag. Put that on your mantle and terrify the whole family. It’s Halloween season, right?

Third, after you place your order we’ll send you the new story “Protect Us From The Piranha People!” by Jeff Strand, author of Pressure, Dweller and A Bad Day For Voodoo. Will the mayor shut down the beach? Or will he let dozens of people be eaten alive to let tourist season begin? We say pull up a lounge chair a few dozen feet from the shore, grab a bucket of popcorn and tell people how nice the water looks. But we’re a little deranged like that.

Finally, you won't receive books that you've ordered in the past (that's right, we'll actually check your DarkRegions.com order history). You can even leave a note telling us which titles you already own.

Below all of this you’ll find the contents of the bag (bag not included, but who the hell cares about a bag, anyway?). Now the question is: will the mayor let them swim? Find out inside the Halloween Grab Bag.



Contents

1x Signed and Numbered Limited Hardcover Edition ($40-$45 value): mint and first edition, numbered, 6’’x9’’, bound in leatherette, signed by the author, stamped on the spine with the title and author’s name, includes end papers, colored book ribbon, multi-colored header, 60lb. natural vellum stock and a dust jacket if applicable.

2x Fiction Trade Paperbacks ($30 - $40 value): 6”x9”, 12 point full color cover, 60lb. natural vellum stock, may be signed by author.

1x Poetry Trade Paperback ($5 - 15 value): 5 x 8.5, 12 point full color cover, 60lb. natural vellum stock, may be signed by author.

1x DRP T-Shirt ($20 value): Grab Bag buyers will get a t-shirt of their size choosing with their order.

1x DRP Bookmark ($1 value): Grab Bag buyers will receive a new laminated DRP Bookmark.

New Short Story from Jeff Strand: Grab Bag buyers will receive a digital edition via e-mail of the new Jeff Strand story “Protect Us From The Piranha People!” after their order! Jeff strand is the author of Pressure, Dweller, A Bad Day for Voodoo, Wolf Hunt and The Sinister Mr. Corpse.

DRP Sculptures (Demon Head, Living Gun, Zombie Candle Holder or Wolf Head, $30 value): 3x lucky Grab Bag buyers will receive a signed and limited DRP sculpture from artist and sculptor Frank Walls.

DRP 2012 Book Club Membership ($210 value): one lucky Grab Bag buyer will receive a DRP 2012 Book Club membership, giving them 6x Signed and Numbered Limited Hardcovers, e-book editions of all books, 1x surprise limited hardcover, 2x surprise limited trade paperbacks, permanent 15% discount code for the DarkRegions.com website.

So what are you waiting for? Click this link and go to the Grab Bag page. Give yourself a little Halloween treat, for crying out loud. You've earned it.

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We've given away two of the three sculptures that are going to grab bag winners. Only one more sculpture will be given away. These sculptures are signed and numbered limited edition sculptures based off of our books. The next winner could win the Zombie Head Candle Holder or the Regret Demon Head: http://www.darkregions.com/books/halloween-grab-bag

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Thumbs up New Haunted House Novel in the vein of The Shining by Stephen King



From the Bram Stoker Award winning mass-distributed author of Dead City, Mutated, Quarantine, Flesh Eaters and more comes his first supernatural haunted house novel in two premium signed collectible hardcover formats limited to 26 and 150 copies worldwide. Crooked House is a novel of subtle and encroaching terror in the vein of The Shining by Stephen King. Own specialty collector editions from one of the top-growing names in horror. Don't wait until it's too late, join author Joe McKinney in the frightening exploration of the Crooked House.

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In this republican country, amid the fluctuating waves of our social life, somebody is always at the drowning point.

Those words were true when Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote them in 1851, and they were true in 1933, when a fire burned half of Crook House to the ground, taking James Crook’s wife and two sons with it. A disgraced bootlegger and former pro baseball player, James Crook returned from prison to find his house, and his life, a pile of cinders. Broken and insane, he rebuilt Crook House, putting his pain and loneliness into every timber.

But Hawthorne’s words are still true today, and nobody knows that better than Dr. Robert Bell, who has just moved into Crook House as part of his hiring package from a small Texas college. He soon discovers that Crook House is more than just a new beginning for himself and Sarah and their daughter Angela. For the Bell family, Crook House is a place where the past still lives, and its horrors waiting for the next drowning man.

With Crooked House, Joe McKinney brings you a chilling novel in the vein of The Shining by Stephen King, a haunted house tale that will stay with you long after the final page is turned.


About the Authors



Joe McKinney is a San Antonio based author of several mass-distributed horror, crime and science fiction novels. His works include the three part Dead World series, the science fiction disaster tale, Quarantined, which was nominated for the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Award for superior achievement in a novel, 2009, and the real crime novel, Dodging Bullets. In 2012, McKinney's Flesh Eaters won the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel of 2011.

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Exclamation The Walls of the Castle by Tom Piccirilli -Help Tom in his fight against brain cancer



From four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award, two-time winner of the International Thriller Writers Award and finalist for the 2009 Edgar Allan Poe Award Tom Piccirilli comes an intense and visceral psychological thriller novella, the first title in the Black Labyrinth imprint illustrated by renowned Argentinian Gothic artist Santiago Caruso.

20% of all hardcover proceeds and 100% of ebook proceeds will be donated directly to author Tom Piccirilli in his fight against brain cancer.

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In the labyrinthian maze of endless corridors, annexes, and wings of the enormous medical complex known as The Castle prowls a grief-stricken man determined to redeem himself and bring justice for those victims incapable of doing it for themselves.

During the four months that his son lay dying, ex-con Kasteel lost his job, his wife, and nearly his mind. He became a fixture at the Castle, a phantom prowling the halls in the deep night, a shadow of his former self until he faded from sight and was forgotten altogether.

Now, without any life to return to, he takes it upon himself to become the Castle's guardian. He lives off the grid hiding among the hundreds of miles of twisting passages, rooms, offices, and underground parking structures. Despair, confusion, and terror are the natural state and trade of any hospital: Not only must the patients endure disease and infirmity, but others are victims of physical and sexual abuse from the outside world or from cruel security guards.

The Castle was originally a colonial Dutch settlement: a village that grew into a town which grew into a city and at last became a hospital. Kasteel has lost his very identity to this place, taking for himself the original Dutch name for "Castle."
Kasteel sleeps in empty operating theaters, sneaks food from the cafeteria, hacks into computers, and is privy to both staff and patient files. Using his skills as a burglar he tracks down the attackers, the deceivers, and the killers.

In the psychiatric wing's day rooms and gardens long-suffering patient Hedgewick is Kasteel's only friend. Hedgewick sees his father's ghost and claims to fight in a gladiatorial arena while the hospital guards bet on the winners. Kasteel and Hedge often meet in the Fool's Tower, a ten-story high steeple once used to quarantine yellow fever victims a century ago, overlooking acres of gardens. A place where family members go to pray for their loved ones, and the distraught often commit suicide.

But a new name is now whispered in the Castle: Abaddon, the ancient name for the angel of death. A brain-damaged woman has visions and speaks only to Kasteel. Abaddon is a killer, a man lost to the Castle like Kasteel himself, wandering the corridors searching out victims. Even as Abaddon hunts the innocent, Kasteel hunts Abaddon, eager for a final showdown that may at last set him free.

An atmospheric yet action-packed, mature psychological thriller that is part examination into the bonds of family and part treatise on the nature of identity, THE WALLS OF THE CASTLE explores the deepest areas of what makes us who we are. With a noir sensibility and complexity of character, the novella is a hybrid psychological thriller that's part suspense tale, part family saga, and part literate mystery.


The Walls of the Castle by Tom Piccirilli contains four interior illustrations by renowned Gothic artist Santiago Caruso. This is one of them:




Blurbs

"Tom Piccirilli straddles genres with the boldness of the best writers today, blending suspense and crime fiction into tight, brutal masterpieces."
–JAMES ROLLINS, New York Times bestselling author of The Judas Strain

"(A Choir of Ill Children is) A wonderfully wacked, disorienting, fully creepy book…The poetic nature of the prose and seriousness of intent carried the day in every scene." —Dean Koontz

"Tom Piccirilli writes like a crazed banshee. I love his work."—KEN BRUEN

"Tom Piccirilli is a powerful, hard-hitting, fiercely original writer of suspense. I highly recommend him."—DAVID MORRELL, New York Times bestselling author of Creepers

"Blackest noir, the most minimal kind of minimalism, and at the same time deeply emotional: this is not easy to do. I loved The Cold Spot."—PETER ABRAHAMS

"Tom Piccirilli is at the forefront of the new breed of crime writers, welding his sense of history to a modern sensibility, creating a strong new voice."—Max Allan Collins, author of ROAD TO PERDITION

"Tom Piccirilli may write with the muscle of a 1950s paperback pulp master, but the mood and menace are totally modern….Wherever he's headed, count me in."—DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI

"If you like action-packed suspense with serious bite Tom Piccirilli is your man."
–JASON STARR

"A beautiful and perversely funny sort of crime novel: a hard-boiled hallucination....Headstone City gives you the distinctive shiver…all good writing—provides: the certainty that the writer's own ghosts are in it."—New York Times Book Review (Summer Reading issue)


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About the Author



Tom Piccirilli is an American novelist and short story writer. He has sold over 150 stories in the mystery, thriller, horror, erotica, and science fiction fields. Piccirilli is a two-time winner of the International Thriller Writers Award for "Best Paperback Original" (2008, 2010). He is a four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award. He was also a finalist for the 2009 Edgar Allan Poe Award given by the Mystery Writers of America, a final nominee for the Fantasy Award, and he won the first Bram Stoker Award given in the category of "Best Poetry Collection".

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Welcome to the Black Labyrinth imprint, a line of original psychological horror/thriller novels and novellas from some of the biggest names in horror and dark fiction. The imprint will consist of ten books all illustrated by renowned Argentinean Gothic artist Santiago Caruso.

The imprint begins with The Walls of the Castle by two-time winner of the International Thriller Writers Award and four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award Tom Piccirilli, an intense and visceral psychological thriller novella featuring the cover artwork you see to the left and four interior illustrations by Santiago Caruso.

All books in the Black Labyrinth imprint will be offered in the following formats:

* Ebook
* Trade Paperback
* Signed and Limited Hardcover
* Leather-bound Deluxe Hardcover with Slipcase - Signed by Author and Artist
* Oversized 8.5x11 Ultra-Deluxe Hardcover Tome with Special Edition Tray Case - Signed by Author, Artist and Editor, Bound in Deep-Black Dyed Cowhide

Every Black Labyrinth book will feature at least four interior illustrations by Santiago Caruso. All hardcover editions of The Walls of the Castle will feature the bonus novelette Face Blindness by author Tom Piccirilli, a noir crime story.

Santiago's artwork can be found on the The Best Horror of the Year Volume One & Two edited by Ellen Datlow, The King in the Golden Mask published by Tartarus Press, The Familair by Armstrong and Krause and countless other books and publications. He has become renowned for his darkly Gothic and brilliantly imaginative illustrations, making him the perfect visionary for the Black Labyrinth imprint.

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Here is another interior illustration by artist Santiago Caruso within The Walls of the Castle by Tom Piccirilli:



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