Cthulhu: Land of the Long White Cloud
New Zealand--Aotearoa--Land of the Long White Cloud: the island remnants of the sunken continent of Zealandia. With its boiling geysers, active volcanoes, earthquakes, deep water fjords and lush forests of fern, these are realms once home to forgotten creatures like the giant Moa bird Dinornis. But there is something else... In this collection we find an Aotearoa with the proud history, myths, and legends of the Maori, and the impacts of the white settler's later presence, and the blended society that encompasses both, but we see the shadow of other things. Herein lies the cosmic horror of the Old Ones of the Cthulhu Mythos in an anthology featuring Lovecraftian tales from some of New Zealand's finest speculative fiction writers. Stay brave. Because here there be monsters.
- Paperback | 206 pages
- 152 x 226 x 15mm | 295g
- 15 Jan 2019
- Ifwg Publishing International
About Kaaron Warren
Steve Proposch is the co-founder of the art magazine Trouble and the co-creator of mystical superhero The Borderlander. He has written non-fiction for publications such as Beat, The Big Issue, Rebel Razor, and Time Out Melbourne. Christopher Sequeira is a writer and editor who specializes in the mystery, horror, science fiction, fantasy and super-hero genres. He has written scripts for flagship comic-book brands such as Justice League Adventures for DC Entertainment, and Iron Man and X-Men stories for Marvel Entertainment. Bryce Stevens is a former reptile handler for the Austalian wildlife agency. He has helped edit and illustrate horror magazines such as Bloodsongs, Severed Head, and Terror Australis. Kaaron Warren is the author of the novels The Grief Hole, Mistification, Slights, and Walking the Tree, and the short story collections Dead Sea Fruit, The Grinding House, and Through Splintered Walls. They each live in Australia.