Published by Lethe Press
Twelve women. Twelve horrors disguised as love. In Anya Martin's new collection of horror tales: the consequences of a girl wishing her dog could live forever; a romantic college student wakes a gargoyle in Paris; and a lonely woman finds her house infested with insects. History's darker depths are delved in such stories as American jazz singer confronts her lover who has committed terrible war crimes as he descends into madness in post-WW2 Germany; and a couple experiences H.P. Lovecraft’s Resonator machine via found footage from the Velvet Underground. In the publisher's favorite tale: Actress Elsa Lanchester reveals the true story of Bride of Frankenstein involving the preserved brain of Karl Marx’s daughter in 1923 London.
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A long-time journalist, Anya is the founder, publisher and blogger-in-chief of ATLRetro.com, a comprehensive guide to Atlanta’s vibrant grassroots independent musicians, artists, writers, burlesque performers and roller derby queens of the thriving Retro revival, as well as associate producer of The Outer Dark podcast on This Is Horror, on which host Scott Nicolay presents weekly interviews with authors, artists, and other voices from the dark end of the spectrum, with an emphasis on what’s happening next in the Weird Renaissance. She also writes about real estate, retirement, health care, travel and other business topics for the Wall Street Journal and MarketWatch.com. Some of her best-known genre-related nonfiction works include “Rockin the Midnight Hour,” (Splatterpunks II: Over the Edge (Tor), “A Monster of Wealth and Taste” (Sequitar Journal), “Twilight of the Old Gods” (Mythic Passages) and a series of articles about illustrative art related to the works of pulp author Robert E. Howard. She has been a correspondent for many comics industry magazines, including Marvel Age, Marvel Comics Collector Magazines, Comics Buyer’s Guide, Inside Comics, Flux and more.
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