The H.P. Lovecraft Lunatic Asylum, Dawn M. Matthews, Chris Reynolds

Asylum of the Ancient Ones

2016/04/03 (First Published)

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Credits
Author The H.P. Lovecraft Lunatic Asylum
Editor in Chief Dawn M. Matthews
Compiled by Dawn M. Matthews
Publisher Black Bed Sheet Books
Designed at Black Bed Sheet Studios
Cover Art by Nicholas Grabowsky
Cover/Jacket Design by Nicholas Grabowsky
Interior Design Nicholas Grabowsky
Author Dawn M. Matthews
Author Chris Reynolds
Author George P. Flick
Author Luis G. Abbadie
Author R. L. Andrew
Author Winter Balefire
Author Jose R. Colon
Interior Art Jason Bridges
Interior Art Joseph Collins
Author Joshua L. Corvarubbio
Author Leslie Conner
Author Rory Leonard
Author Stephen Sebastian Jeangeunin
Author Ashlee Kuschner
Author Kris Svärd
Author Manny Madison
Interior Art Sue Mydliak
Author Elizabeth Ann Olin
Author David Nickelson
Interior Art David Nickelson
Author Bernadette Perez
Author Stephen Reynolds
Author Meloddy V. Reynosso
Author Jess Rhodes
Interior Art Raynard Stevens
Author Steven Thorn
Interior Art Sarah T. Walker
Author Duanne Walton
Date
First Published 2016/04/03
Identifying Codes
ISBN 10 0692695362
ISBN 13 978-0692695364
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 2016939167
Format Paperback
Publication Location Antelope, California, USA
Genre
Page Count / Font 434 pages
Language English
Original Language English
Chapters CONTENTS
Prologue……………………………………………………....i
Down the Rabbit Hole…………………………………..1
The Gardener……………………………………………..41
The Janitor………………………………………………….44
The Sislafs and the Gardener………………………..54
The Draconis Asylum…………………………………..57
Contributors……………………………………………….377
Bibliography……………………………………………….399
Gods Page………………………………………………….400
Notes Not long ago, some extremely devoted H.P. Lovecraft fans called themselves the H.P. Lovecraft Lunatic Asylum, and soon some became many. Eventually they crafted a unique anthology from poets, authors, and artists. Editor/contributor Dawn M. Matthews wove them into one cohesive story that takes place in an asylum. The tales are told by the patients with a wraparound story that works it into the main story , hence creating a terrifying read. The asylum is not ordinary,, of course. Its main goal is to bring the Old Ones back to this dimension and wake Cthulhu (though not in a way that you might think). The result is what you hold here in your hands, which presents not only an amazing and original achievement in Lovecraft lore from yet unsung brilliant minds and fervent genre enthusiasts, but a satisfying collective thriller but beware upon reading this: you WILL fear the Ancient Ones….

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