The publisher known for Call of Cthulhu has announced a 264-page collection of Dark Tales and Secret Histories.
In churches and convents and other religious communities, sisterhood takes many forms, forged and tested by such mundane threats as disease and despair, but also by terrors both spiritual and existential—Satan’s subtle minions and the cosmic nightmare of the Cthulhu Mythos.
The digital version is out now, and if you buy from the Chaosium store you’ll get that money taken off the cost of the printed edition (a trade paperback) when it is released. That’s expected to happen later this year.
The sixteen female writers are leaders in the genre, with award-winning and critically acclaimed authors. The cover art for the book is by Liv-Rainey-Smith.
- “The Wine of Men” by Ann K. Schwader
- “From an Honest Sister, to a Neglected Daughter” by Monica Valentinelli
- “Étaín and the Unholy Ghosts” by Lisa Morton
- “The Barefoot Sisters of Saint Beatriz of the Mountain” by Kali Wallace
- “Unburdened Flesh” by Penelope Love
- “Only Dead Men Do Not Lie: The Trials of the Formosans” by Kaaron Warren
- “Jane, Jamestown, The Starving Time” by Sun Yung Shin
- “Dorcas and Ann: A True Story” by Molly Tanzer
- “The Resurrected” by S. P. Miskowski
- “The Low, Dark Edge of Life” by Livia Llewellyn
- “The Anchoress” by Lynda E. Rucker
- “Siūlais ir Kraujo ir Kaulų (Of Thread and Blood and Bone)” by Damien Angelica Walters
- “Gravity Wave” by Nadia Bulkin
- “The Veils of Sanctuary” by Selena Chambers
- “The Sisters of Epione” by Alison Littlewood
- “Red Words” by Gemma Files
These stories cover the globe and the span of centuries, going back to 6th century Ireland and up to the recent past.
- Buy Sisterhood in digital (ePub, MOBI and PDF offered) at Chaosium, DTRPG, DriveThruFiction and Amazon.
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