Wolds of Cthulhu is a collection of new stories in a Lovecraftian vein. Editor R.M. Price has selected these sequels, "prequels" and interstitial tales, some of which are "Mythos" tales, and some not. Price introduces the book as a whole, as well as each story.
Stories include "There Are Kings" by Richard Lupoff; "Envy, the Gardens of Ynath, and the Sin of Cain" by Darrell Schweitzer; "The Arcade," by Will Murray; "The Chaos Blade," by Adrian Cole; "Evacuation Day," by Will Murray; "The Statement of Frank Elwood," by Pete Rawlik; "The Testament of Alexander Fletcher," by K.M. Tonso; "The Serpents of Tenoka," by Ron Shiflet; "The Journal of Thomas Gedney," by Pete Rawlik; "The Tower of Mormoroth," by Gary Myers; and "The Signal Tower," by Rafe McGregor.
Dust jacket illustration by Gahan Wilson; endpaper illustrations by Tim Kirk.
Literature-Fiction, Genre-Fiction, Horror, Dark-Fantasy,