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'''Joseph S. Pulver''', Sr. (born 1955 Schenectady, New York) is a zine editor, author and poet, much of whose work falls within the horror fiction, noir fiction / hardboiled, and dark fantasy genres. He lives in Germany.
'''Joseph S. Pulver''', Sr. (born 1955 Schenectady, New York) is a zine editor, author and poet, much of whose work falls within the horror fiction, noir fiction / hardboiled, and dark fantasy genres. He lives in Germany.
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== Work as author ==
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Pulver started his publishing career in the early 1990s with a number of short stories published in various small press magazines, foremost among them [[Robert M. Price]]’s ''[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]''. His tales cover subjects ranging from Robert Wiene’s ''The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari'' to [[H. P. Lovecraft]]’s [[Cthulhu Mythos]] and Robert W. Chambers’ "King in Yellow."
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Pulver started his publishing career in the early 1990s with a number of short stories published in various small press magazines, foremost among them [[Robert M. Price]]’s ''[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]''. His tales cover subjects ranging from Robert Wiene’s ''The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari'' to [[H.P. Lovecraft]]’s [[Cthulhu Mythos]] and Robert W. Chambers’ "King in Yellow."
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Pulver’s professional debut came with the publication of his Lovecraftian novel, "Nightmare’s Disciple".
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Pulver’s professional debut came with the publication of his [[Lovecraftian]] novel, "Nightmare’s Disciple".  
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In addition to various American small press magazines, Pulver’s work has been featured in numerous anthologies in the USA, UK, France, and Japan. Some of these anthologies include: "Black Wings: New Tales of Lovecraftian Horror", "The Tindalos Mythos", "Spawn of the Green Abyss", "The Book of Eibon", Lin Carter’s "Anton Zarnak: Supernatural Sleuth", and "Rehearsals For Oblivion".
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Nearly two dozen short works of his have been translated into French and Japanese.
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== Work as editor ==
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Pulver has also been the editor of [[Midnight Shambler]] and [[Tales of Lovecraftian Horror]]. He was also the co-editor for [[Crypt of Cthulhu]], published by Mythos Books LLC working alongside [[Robert M. Price]], Michael Cisco and David Wynn. [[Crypt of Cthulhu]] also published several poems and short stories by Joseph S. Pulver.  
Pulver has also been the editor of [[Midnight Shambler]] and [[Tales of Lovecraftian Horror]]. He was also the co-editor for [[Crypt of Cthulhu]], published by Mythos Books LLC working alongside [[Robert M. Price]], Michael Cisco and David Wynn. [[Crypt of Cthulhu]] also published several poems and short stories by Joseph S. Pulver.  
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* ''"Crypt of Cthulhu"'' (co-editor)
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Pulver’s professional debut came with the publication of his Lovecraftian novel, "Nightmare’s Disciple".
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* ''"Midnight Shambler"'' (editor)
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* ''"Tales of Lovecraftian Horror"'' (editor)
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==Bibliography==
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===Novels===
===Novels===
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* '''''Nightmare's Disciple''''', Chaosium 1999
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*''Nightmare's Disciple'', Chaosium 1999
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* '''''Nightmare's Disciple''''', Speaking Volumes 2011
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*''Nightmare's Disciple'', Speaking Volumes 2011
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===eBooks===
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*''Blood Will Have Its Season'', Speaking Volumes 2011
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*''Nightmare's Disciple'', Speaking Volumes 2011
===Collections===
===Collections===
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*'''''Blood Will Have Its Season''''', edited by [[S.T. Joshi]], Hippocampus Press 2009
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*''Blood Will Have Its Season'', edited by [[S.T. Joshi]], Hippocampus Press 2009
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*'''''SIN & ashes''''', edited by [[S.T. Joshi]], Hippocampus Press 2010
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*''SIN & ashes'', edited by [[S.T. Joshi]], Hippocampus Press 2010
===Audio===
===Audio===
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*"The Guard Command" in '''''The Nightmusic of Oakdeene & Others''''', Rainfall Books 2006
*"The Guard Command" in '''''The Nightmusic of Oakdeene & Others''''', Rainfall Books 2006
*"The Songs Cassilda Shall Sing, Where Flap the Tatters of the King" in '''''The Yellow Sign No.1''''', Rainfall Books 2006
*"The Songs Cassilda Shall Sing, Where Flap the Tatters of the King" in '''''The Yellow Sign No.1''''', Rainfall Books 2006
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===eBooks===
 
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*'''''Blood Will Have Its Season''''', Speaking Volumes 2011
 
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*'''''Nightmare's Disciple''''', Speaking Volumes 2011
 
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===Zines===
 
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*"A Line of Questions" in ''"Tales of Lovecraftian Horror" No.11''
 
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*"A Line of Questions" in ''"[[Terror Tales]]" No.1''
 
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*"After Reading C'cyss-Khohe's "The Night of the Night"" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.100''
 
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*"After the Wheel is Turned" in ''"[[Cthulhu Codex]]" No.16''
 
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*"Aubade in a Graveyard" in ''"Penny Dreadful" No.14''
 
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*"Bloom by the Beach" in ''"Patricide" No.2''
 
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*"Bloom spends His Night At The Window" in ''"Patricide" No.2''
 
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*"But Not For Me (With Laurence Amiotte)" in ''"[[Strange Aeons Magazine]]" No.4''
 
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*"Chasing Shadows" in ''"Al-Azif" No.2'', March/April 1998
 
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*"Chasing Shadows" in ''"Nightscapes" No.8''
 
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*"Door in the House of Never Slumbering Demons" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.104''
 
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*"Even Night" in ''"Songs of Innocence" No.4''
 
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*"Forgotten Ritual of Mnar (first version, prose)" in ''"[[Cthulhu Cultus]]" No.12''
 
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*"Hungers" in ''"[[Cthulhu Cultus]]" No.6''
 
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*"I, like the Coyote" in ''"dreams and nightmares" No.58''
 
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*"I once possessed a fragile blue vase" in ''"[[Penny Dreadful]]" No.14''
 
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*"In ruin's chapel" in ''"[[Penny Dreadful]]" No. 14''
 
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*"In the Devil's Garden" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.106''
 
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*"In This Desert Even The Air Burns" in ''"[[Strange Aeons Magazine]]" No.3''
 
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*"Litany for the Deliverance of our Holy Mother, Ut'ulls-Hi'ehr" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.105''
 
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*"Lovecraft's Sentence" in ''"[[Midnight shambler]]" No.5''
 
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*"Mythos Rhyme #1 (HPL)" in ''"[[Cthulhu Cultus]]" No.11''
 
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*"Mythos Rhyme #4 (Chaugnar Faugn)" in ''"[[Cthulhu Cultus]]" No.12''
 
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*"Orchard Fruit" in ''"[[Strange Aeons Magazine]]" No.1''
 
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*"Orchard Fruit" in ''"Tales of Lovecraftian Horror" No.11''
 
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*"Scarlet Obeisanc" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.106''
 
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*"Scarlet Obeisance" in ''"Nightscapes" No.12''
 
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*"The Black Litany of Nug & Yeb" (uncorrected) in ''"Nightscapes" No.7''
 
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*"The Black Rite of Yaddith" in ''"Nightscapes" No.7''
 
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*"The Delirium of a Worm-Wizard" in ''"Nightscapes" No.12''
 
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*"The Ebb of Reason" in ''"[[Chronicles of the Cthulhu Codex]]" No.17''
 
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*"The Ebb of Reason" in ''"[[Terror Tales]]" No.1''
 
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*"The Exorcism of Iagsat" (2nd spell version) in ''"[[Nightscapes]]" No.7''
 
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*"The Exorcism of Iagsat" (1st version prose) in ''"Chronicles of the [[Cthulhu Codex]]" No.17''
 
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*"The Faces of She" in ''"Al-Azif" No.4''
 
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*"The Forgotten Ritual of Mnar" (1st version prose) in ''"Chronicles of the [[Cthulhu Codex]]" No.17''
 
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*"The Guard Command" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.99''
 
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*"The Mummer's Dance" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.104''
 
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*"The Night Music of Oakdeene" in ''"Al-Azif" No.3'', May/June 1998
 
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*"The Night Music of Oakdeene" in ''"Nightscapes" No.12''
 
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*"The Void World" on the ''"Terror Tales web presence"''
 
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*"Tonight All The Sleeping Sentinels Will Be Born" in ''"Whispers from the Shattered Forum" No.4''
 
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*"Twilight Sonatas" in ''"Songs of Innocence" No.04''
 
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*"Untitled Poem for Robert M. Price" in ''"Terror Tales" No.1''
 
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*"Watching Faye" in ''"[[Cthulhu Cultus]]" No.6''
 
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*"Waterlilies" in ''"frission" No.18''
 
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*"When Silence is all" in ''"[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]" No.107''
 
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*"When the Eye of Pandora's Mask screams" in ''"Patricide" No.3''
 
===Translated works===
===Translated works===
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'''''En compaignie du Roi en jaune''''' Aug ‘99:
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''En compaignie du Roi en jaune'' Aug ‘99:
*"A Line of Questions" (in French as "Une file ge questions" — translated by C. Thill)
*"A Line of Questions" (in French as "Une file ge questions" — translated by C. Thill)
*"Once My Beloved" (in French as "A mon bien-aime" — translated by C. Thill)
*"Once My Beloved" (in French as "A mon bien-aime" — translated by C. Thill)
*"The Faces of She" (in French as "Les visages d-Elle" — translated by C. Thill)
*"The Faces of She" (in French as "Les visages d-Elle" — translated by C. Thill)
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'''''The Book of Eibon''''' edited by [[Robert M. Price]] [Notssuo Press Japan] 2008 [translation into Japanese]
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''The Book of Eibon'' edited by [[Robert M. Price]] [Notssuo Press Japan] 2008 [translation into Japanese].
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*"The Adoration of the Black Flame"
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*"The Black Litany of Nug & Yeb"
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*"The Black Rite of Yaddith"
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*"The Exorcism of Iagsat"
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*"The Forgotten Ritual of Mnar"
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*"The Grey Rite of Azathoth"
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*"The Kynothrabian Dirge"
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*"The Ritual of the Outer Void"
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*"To Call Forth Tsathoggua To Smite Thy Enemy"
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*"To Summon and Instruct Zhogtk, the Emanation of Yoth"
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*"To Walk Free Among the Harms of Zin"
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Novels:
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===Zines===
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* [[Crypt of Cthulhu]] (co-editor)
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* [[Midnight Shambler]] (editor)
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* [[Tales of Lovecraftian Horror]] (editor)
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* '''''Blood Will Have Its Season''''', Speaking Volumes 2011 (eBook) - published in March 2011
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===Contributions===
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* '''''Nightmare's Disciple''''', Speaking Volumes 2011 (eBook) - published in March 2011
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*[[Al-Azif]]
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* '''''Nightmare's Disciple''''', Speaking Volumes 2011 (TPB) - to be published in March / April 2011
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*[[Crypt of Cthulhu]]
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*[[Cthulhu Codex]]
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*[[Cthulhu Cultus]]
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*[[dreams and nightmares]]
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*[[frission]]
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*[[Midnight Shambler]]
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*[[Nightscapes]]
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*[[Patricide]]
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*[[Penny Dreadful]]
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*[[Songs of Innocence]]
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*[[Strange Aeons Magazine]]
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*[[Tales of Lovecraftian Horror]]
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*[[Terror Tales]]
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*[[Whispers from the Shattered Forum]]
== External links ==
== External links ==

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Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. (born 1955 Schenectady, New York) is a zine editor, author and poet, much of whose work falls within the horror fiction, noir fiction / hardboiled, and dark fantasy genres. He lives in Germany.

Pulver started his publishing career in the early 1990s with a number of short stories published in various small press magazines, foremost among them Robert M. Price’s Crypt of Cthulhu. His tales cover subjects ranging from Robert Wiene’s The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari to H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos and Robert W. Chambers’ "King in Yellow."

Pulver’s professional debut came with the publication of his Lovecraftian novel, "Nightmare’s Disciple".

Pulver has also been the editor of Midnight Shambler and Tales of Lovecraftian Horror. He was also the co-editor for Crypt of Cthulhu, published by Mythos Books LLC working alongside Robert M. Price, Michael Cisco and David Wynn. Crypt of Cthulhu also published several poems and short stories by Joseph S. Pulver.

Pulver’s professional debut came with the publication of his Lovecraftian novel, "Nightmare’s Disciple".

Contents

Novels

  • Nightmare's Disciple, Chaosium 1999
  • Nightmare's Disciple, Speaking Volumes 2011

eBooks

  • Blood Will Have Its Season, Speaking Volumes 2011
  • Nightmare's Disciple, Speaking Volumes 2011

Collections

  • Blood Will Have Its Season, edited by S.T. Joshi, Hippocampus Press 2009
  • SIN & ashes, edited by S.T. Joshi, Hippocampus Press 2010

Audio

  • "The Black Litany of Nug & Yeb" (read by Robert M. Price) on Strange Aeons, Stormclouds 2001
  • "The Stormclouds of Their Return" (read by Joseph S. Pulver) on Strange Aeons, Stormclouds 2001

Chapbooks

  • "Orchard Fruit" in E'CH PI EL, Rainfall Books 2007
  • "The Ebb of Reason" in The Yellow Sign No.2, Rainfall Books 2007
  • "The Guard Command" in The Nightmusic of Oakdeene & Others, Rainfall Books 2006
  • "The Songs Cassilda Shall Sing, Where Flap the Tatters of the King" in The Yellow Sign No.1, Rainfall Books 2006

Translated works

En compaignie du Roi en jaune Aug ‘99:

  • "A Line of Questions" (in French as "Une file ge questions" — translated by C. Thill)
  • "Once My Beloved" (in French as "A mon bien-aime" — translated by C. Thill)
  • "The Faces of She" (in French as "Les visages d-Elle" — translated by C. Thill)

The Book of Eibon edited by Robert M. Price [Notssuo Press Japan] 2008 [translation into Japanese].

Zines

Contributions

External links

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