Nicolay & Strantzas Books of Weird


March 9, 2014 by Laird

Two must-reads for fans of the weird will hit stores this spring.

Burnt Black Suns by Simon Strantzas:

courtesy Hippocampus Press

Publisher description: “In this fourth collection of stories, Simon Strantzas establishes himself as one of the most dynamic figures in contemporary weird fiction. The nine stories in this volume exhibit Strantzas’s wide range in theme and subject matter, from the Lovecraftian “Thistle’s Find” to the Robert W. Chambers homage “Beyond the Banks of the River Seine.” But Strantzas’s imagination, while drawing upon the best weird fiction of the past, ventures into new territory in such works as “On Ice,” a grim novella of arctic horror; “One Last Bloom,” a grisly account of a scientific experiment gone hideously awry; and the title story, an emotionally wrenching account of terror and loss in the baked Mexican desert. With this volume, Strantzas lays claim to be discussed in the company of Caitlín R. Kiernan and Laird Barron as one of the premier weird fictionists of our time.”

And from Scott Nicolay:

courtesy Fedogan & Bremer

Publisher description: “With an Introduction by Laird Barron and Afterword by John Pelan, here is new Weird Horror writer Scott Nicolay’s debut collection. The eight tales range from short stories to meaty novella length, each one creepier and weirder than the last. By turns erudite and earthy, poetic and brutal, ironic and horrific, these stories are NOT for the squeamish! Lavishly illustrated by David Verba”

2 thoughts on “Nicolay & Strantzas Books of Weird

  1. A.D. says:

    Good looking out.

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