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The Book of Night: Poems of The Macabre

The Book of Night: Poems of The Macabre

Richard Groller Michael H. Hanson Jack William Finley Janet E. Morris Chris Morris Larry Atchley, Jr. Allan Gilbreath Kimberly Richardson Kurt Newton Dean M. Drinkel Jillian Perkins Jeff Barnes Lori Martin Bill Snider Richard D. Evans Louis Agresta Angel Weaver
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Welcome to the world of shadows, cloaked in perpetual starlight; its denizens are a mysterious and frightening breed. And sometimes, just sometimes, their eldritch whispers and murmurs can cross the boundaries of reality and enter our darkest dreams.

Richard Groller and his troupe of dead and living poets pull back the veil in The Book of Night, revealing the terrifying denizens of the shadows. Eerie and hypnotic artwork by some of today’s most chilling artists illuminates the vivid imaginings of the poets.

Apparitions—things seen and unseen at the edge of our vision, or embedded in the corners of our nightmares.

Sweet Sorrow—the pain and poignancy of loss, love unrequited, visions from afar, the pangs of memory, or the last breaths of mortals.

The Autumn People—denizens of the night welcome the Fall and its All Hallows promises.

Through A Glass Darkly—peer through the gloom seeking the moment of revelation, and all becomes clear—or not.

Come, the Night awaits...

Poets-Living: Richard Groller, Jack William Finley, Michael H. Hanson, Janet Morris, Chris Morris, Larry Atchley, Jr., Allan Gilbreath, Kimberly Richardson, Kurt Newton, Dean M. Drinkel, Jillian Perkins, Jeff Barnes, Lori Martin, Bill Snider, Richard D. Evans, Angel Weaver, and Louis Agresta.

Poets-Deceased: Ambrose Bierce , Rupert Brooke , Michelangelo Buonarroti , Samuel Taylor Coleridge , Ralph Waldo Emerson , Robert Frost , George Gordon Byron , William Ernest Henley , Rudyard Kipling , Edward J.M.D. Plunkett , Edgar Allan Poe , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe , and Oscar Wilde .
Language
English
Pages
260
Format
Mass Market Paperback
Publisher
Moondream Press
Release
October 22, 2015
ISBN
1943690014
ISBN 13
9781943690015
Welcome to the world of shadows, cloaked in perpetual starlight; its denizens are a mysterious and frightening breed. And sometimes, just sometimes, their eldritch whispers and murmurs can cross the boundaries of reality and enter our darkest dreams.

Richard Groller and his troupe of dead and living poets pull back the veil in The Book of Night, revealing the terrifying denizens of the shadows. Eerie and hypnotic artwork by some of today’s most chilling artists illuminates the vivid imaginings of the poets.

Apparitions—things seen and unseen at the edge of our vision, or embedded in the corners of our nightmares.

Sweet Sorrow—the pain and poignancy of loss, love unrequited, visions from afar, the pangs of memory, or the last breaths of mortals.

The Autumn People—denizens of the night welcome the Fall and its All Hallows promises.

Through A Glass Darkly—peer through the gloom seeking the moment of revelation, and all becomes clear—or not.

Come, the Night awaits...

Poets-Living: Richard Groller, Jack William Finley, Michael H. Hanson, Janet Morris, Chris Morris, Larry Atchley, Jr., Allan Gilbreath, Kimberly Richardson, Kurt Newton, Dean M. Drinkel, Jillian Perkins, Jeff Barnes, Lori Martin, Bill Snider, Richard D. Evans, Angel Weaver, and Louis Agresta.

Poets-Deceased: Ambrose Bierce , Rupert Brooke , Michelangelo Buonarroti , Samuel Taylor Coleridge , Ralph Waldo Emerson , Robert Frost , George Gordon Byron , William Ernest Henley , Rudyard Kipling , Edward J.M.D. Plunkett , Edgar Allan Poe , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe , and Oscar Wilde .
Language
English
Pages
260
Format
Mass Market Paperback
Publisher
Moondream Press
Release
October 22, 2015
ISBN
1943690014
ISBN 13
9781943690015

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