Posted on 19th Aug 2013 @ 11:26 PM
We are excited to now offer the titles from other quality publishers on the DarkRegions.com website! Currently we are offering two titles from Dark Renaissance Books and two titles from Bad Moon Books. All in stock and ready to ship! Find details below and click on the covers to read more/order the product.
"When I first set out to document the casebook of my good friend Sherlock Holmes, there were some cases I approached with a certain degree of trepidation. Holmes has a public face as a man of strict rationality, a stickler for method and observation. But Holmes himself has always been open to more extreme possibilities."
In these pages you’ll find, among other things, a jade pendant that bestows great power, a fiddle that holds the key to an ancient secret, a lost overcoat that wants to return to its owner, and an encounter with an old foe that imperils the whole of Great Britain. All of them are cases that Holmes and Watson must solve, even if they have to open themselves to extreme possibilities to do so.
Contains an illustration for each story in the book by artist M. Wayne Miller.
Considered one of the leading genre/speculative poets for more than a quarter century, Bruce Boston has received the Bram Stoker Award, a Pushcart Prize, the Asimov’s Readers Award, the Rhysling Award, and the first Grandmaster Award of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. Dark Roads collects the best of his long dark poems from more than forty years of publishing. Strikingly illustrated by acclaimed artist M. Wayne Miller, these poems range from direct narratives to surreal explorations of time, memory, obsession and transformation. Includes two Rhysling Winners and three Rhysling Finalists.
Presenting the updated version of Death Poems by Thomas Ligotti, with a whole new section of poetry titled "Closing Statements". Cover art and internal illustrations by the amazing Richard A. Kirk. Long out of print, Death Poems was originally produced in a very small edition by Durtro in 2004. This highly prized collection has been virtually unobtainable until now.
After The Collapse, the Shields along the coast of CAl Wild cast out their criminals and malcontents to wander the dangerous wastelands. The pariahs are permanently dyed--the reds the violent criminals, the greens the thieves, the blues the sex criminals, etc. The book focuses on the outward/inward journey of an Indigo Man, who believes his skin color is beginning to fade after 30 years wandering Cal Wild.
The DEFINITIVE edition of this amazing work. Completely revised text, and the addition of over 2500 words.