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Lovecraft fans hate me. I don't why. Maybe it's what I say... but we shouldn't be haters. We're brothers, man. We were both weaned on eldritch witchery and periodically return to the font of the unbaptized. For those who know, like Richard Upton Pickman, I pull monsters from my sketchbooks. My whole purpose for writing is to make my chimera live.
I apologize if you've read my shoddy previous revisions, but the trilogy is now upon its Ninth Revision. There's a few known typos remaining and the Manifestation pocket book at LULU is missing page numbers, but the story is intact. The story has been whole since the Seventh Revision but I felt compelled to make improvements - and boy, has the story improved! I guess that's not enough?
What's the point of my story, the moral? There are no morals in my horror stories. They are abject lessons in horror. They are illustrations of what is possible when mankind turns it's back to God. My monsters are alive because God has gone away. I spin grim stories about evil and helpless worlds.
Read my Pazuzu Trilogy and speculate where my inspirations have been drawn. It's an epic story, folks, and it reads like lightning.
Purchase Pazuzu Trilogy Pocket books and Hardcovers at LULU.