Eldritch Chrome, edited by Brian M. Sammons and Glynn Owen Barrass

On the surface, the genres of Cyberpunk and Cthulhu Mythos would appear to be at the opposite ends of the spectrum. Cyberpunk, amongst other things, deals with the negative impact of technology on humanity and society. It appears to me to be a very internal battle that Cyberpunk describes, namely that of the human soul battling against the encroaching cold embrace of technology. H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos by comparison, chronicles humanity’s struggle to deal with terrifying and unfathomably cosmic forces far beyond our comprehension. As much as this description sets those poles apart, the two genres have much more in common than one would have been led to believe.
The Nightmare Dimension by David Conyers

The Nightmare Dimension by David Conyers

Albedo One is delighted to spread word of a new collection of short fiction by our Contributing Editor, David Conyers. We'll let the eminent D. L. Snell and the collection's blurb do the rest of the talking for...