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When all is madness... there is no madness.
Is there wisdom in insanity? Enlightenment in blackest despair? Higher consciousness in the depths of chaos? These are the stories of the men and women who choose to cast off from the shores of our placid island of ignorance and sail the black seas of infinity beyond. Those who would dive into primeval consciousness in search of dark treasures. Thos who would risk the Deadly Light for one reason: ‚ it is still ‚ light.
Martian Migraine Press presents fifteen diverse tales of enlightenment and horror from some of the best new voices working in Weird Fiction today. ‚ Cthulhusattva: Tales of the Black Gnosis ‚ features poetry from Bryan Thao Worra, stories by Gord Sellar, Kristi DeMeester, Jayaprakash Satyamurthy, and the groundbreaking Mythos novella from Ruthanna Emrys, ‚ The Litany of Earth. With cover art by Alix Branwyn, interior illustrations by Michael Lee Macdonald, and an introduction by editor Scott R Jones (author of ‚ When The Stars Are Right: Towards An Authentic R'lyehian Spirituality), Cthulhusattva: Tales of the Black Gnosis will plunge readers into a seriously entertaining contemplation of the mysticism and magic inherent to Lovecraft's fantastical world of cosmic horror and dread. Take the Cthulhusattva Vow! Enter the Black Gnosis!
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The Pearl in the Shadows ‚ -- Bryan Thao Worra
Keys in Stranger Deserts ‚ -- Vrai Kaiser
Mr Johnson and the Old Ones ‚ -- Jamie Mason
Antinomia ‚ -- Erica Ruppert
Heiros Gamos ‚ -- Gord Sellar
Mother's Nature ‚ -- Stefanie Elrick
At the Left Hand of Nothing ‚ -- Jayaprakash Satyamurthy
The Litany of Earth ‚ -- Ruthanna Emrys
Emperor Eternal ‚ -- Konstantine Paradias
The Wicked Shall Come Upon Him ‚ -- Kristi DeMeester
Messages ‚ -- John Linwood Grant
That Most Foreign of Veils ‚ -- Luke R J Maynard
We Three Kings ‚ -- Don Raymond
Feeding the Abyss ‚ -- Rhoads Brazos
After Randolph Carter ‚ -- Noah Wareness
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