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October 18th: Off Season 35th Anniversary Edition by Jack Ketchum

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Dark Regions Press, LLC 09/20/2016 Media Contact: [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jack Ketchum’s Debut Novel Gets Special Anniversary Edition Treatment from Dark Regions Press Jack Ketchum’s debut novel Off Season made a huge impact on the horror scene with its initial publication in 1980. It became so controversial that the original publisher withdrew their support of the novel. Now award-winning specialty publisher Dark Regions Press is bringing Ketchum’s debut novel back in its best form yet. The 35th anniversary edition of Off Season includes the author’s originally intended version of the novel (uncensored), a new short story based in the Off Season universe, a new afterword from the author, the novella Winter Child, five full page interior illustrations by Tomislav Tikulin and stunning full color wraparound dust…

August 23rd: The Children of Gla’aki: A Tribute to Ramsey Campbell’s Great Old One

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On Tuesday, August 23rd a new preorder campaign will be launched for several new Dark Regions Press titles, including The Children of Gla’aki: A Tribute to Ramsey Campbell’s Great Old One. Many campaign-exclusive bonuses will be offered during this campaign and the new books will not be released to the reading public until all campaign backers have their ebooks or paperbacks of the titles. Description There is a lake in the Seven Valley, near a town called Brichester. It is an eerie, haunted place, both by day and by night. Night especially though, is a time when no one in their right mind would go anywhere near it, or those oddly deserted houses that stand, albeit barely, on the edge of the shore. But why?…

August 23rd: You, Human – An Anthology of Dark Science Fiction

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On Tuesday, August 23rd a new preorder campaign will be launched for several new Dark Regions Press titles, including You, Human, a new anthology of dark science fiction. Many campaign-exclusive bonuses will be offered during this campaign and the new books will not be released to the reading public until all campaign backers have their ebooks or paperbacks of the titles. Bram Stoker Award winning editor Michael Bailey brings sci-fi back to Dark Regions Press with heart in this genre-bending anthology of dark science fiction and poetry: You, Human. With fiction illustrated beautifully throughout by world-renowned artist L.A. Spooner, with poetry and spot illustrations supplied by the always-impressive Orion Zangara, and with an incredible introduction on humanism by New York Times bestselling author F. Paul Wilson, You,…

August 23rd: Return of the Old Ones: Apocalyptic Lovecraftian Horror

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On Tuesday, August 23rd a new preorder campaign will be launched for several new Dark Regions Press titles, including Return of the Old Ones: Apocalyptic Lovecraftian Horror. Many campaign-exclusive bonuses will be offered during this campaign and the new books will not be released to the reading public until all campaign backers have their ebooks or paperbacks of the books to read. Featuring all new stories of cosmic and Lovecraftian horror based pre, during and post the apocalypse by authors Jeffrey Thomas, Lucy A. Snyder, Tim Curran, Pete Rawlik, Sam Gafford, Christine Morgan, Cody Goodfellow and many more, Return of the Old Ones: Apocalyptic Lovecraftian Horror continues the Dark Regions Weird Fiction line with 19 original stories from some of the best authors in Lovecraftian horror and…

August 23rd: Other Music by Marc Levinthal

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Coming in 2016 from Dark Regions Press is the debut solo novel from Marc Levinthal and one of the first entries in the new Dark Regions Science Fiction imprint! Synopsis With the discovery of the Thompson Corridors, the universe has been opened up, connecting humankind with a vast network of sentient species. Xenosociologist Jesse Suzuki, a nanotech-rejuvenated “older,” has joined the forced exodus of the newly young, mandated by law to ship out through the Corridors after his 80th birthday. Jesse finds his way to Eastlink, a sprawling human habitat orbiting Shjodathz, home to a race of regenerating beings who maintain direct memory of all their past incarnations. While studying the Shjodathi and their planetary biomachine guardian Kedel, he discovers a strange anomaly within the AI’s mind…