Anybody reading this is probably familiar with Innsmouth Free Press by now, but if you’re not, they’re an excellent publication where I regularly write a column on international horror cinema. I’ve also sold a story there, and I’ll be in their forthcoming Historical Lovecraft anthology alongside awesome folks like Molly Tanzer and Jesse Bullington, among others. Basically, they’re a great place with obviously smashing taste and they regularly give away quality fiction and non-fiction absolutely free, and right now they’re holding a fundraiser to help pay the bills and keep the “vast huddle of sagging gambrel roofs and peaked gables” afloat.
Fundraising is never an easy proposition in the best of circumstances, so myself and some other writers have done what we could to sweeten the pot. If you give any amount, not only will you receive an e-book copy of novella by Josh Reynolds and another novella by Innsmouth’s own Silvia Moreno-Garcia, but you’ll also be entered into a raffle to win a copy of Cthulhurotica. But that’s not all! On top of all that, I’ve also thrown in a copy of my out-of-print debut novella The Mysterious Flame to the raffle, and all-around great guy Tom English has contributed a copy of the rare (and pricey!) Bound for Evil, a Shirley Jackson Awards finalist that contains my story “The Reading Room,” alongside tales by folks like Ian Rogers and Simon Strantzas, among others.
That’s a lot of reasons to donate a little something, and I hope you do! IFP is looking to raise $1500, and I’d like to help them reach that goal.