Beneath a starry sky illuminated by a full moon rising emerges Lycan Valley Press, a premier publishing company howling of the ethereal, eerie and macabre. Exhumed from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada LVP proudly releases its sinister, inaugural anthology titled Morbid Metamorphosis: Terrifying Tales in Transformation.
Slated for June 13 2016 release this collection boasts a barrage of eclectic authors both veteran and novice to the genre. The common theme of metamorphosis is prevalent yet may very well be the sole comparison in this myriad of talent from: Greg Chapman, Roy C. Booth, R. Thomas Riley, Terri DelCampo-Nelson, Horrornews.net’s own Dave Gammon, Nancy Kilpatrick, Rod Charles Marsden, Jo-Anne Russell, MJ Preston, Tina Piney, Suzanne Robb, Franklin E. Wales, Donna Marie West, Suzie Lockhart, Cameron Trost, Daniel I Russell, Simon Dewar, Amanda J. Spedding, Ken MacGregor, Erin Shaw and Gregory L. Norris and Nickolas Furr.
Edited by Robert Nelson and cover art by Medusa Ink/Jo-Anne Russell a trailer is provided below by Kevin Hopson. A special blurb is provided by the one and only Joe McKinney and introduction by Robert Nelson. Public relations are being provided by Rick Benford.
To celebrate the release unleashed a very special book launch event is being planned in each Edmonton and Niagara Falls as of press time. More details on these events prior to press date. A series of author interviews will follow discussing in depth what audiences can expect to feast upon within the contents of Morbid Metamorphosis.
Jo-Anne Russell reports that Morbid Metamorphosis is merely the beginning. With an additional three anthologies in the works avid, ravenous readers can expect Final Masquerade and Simple Things anthologies with fright and nightmare inspiring themes to swiftly follow pursuit.
A very special collection titled Grey Matter Monsters-Takers of Souls is being coordinated with proceeds of all sales going to the Kid’s Help Phone.
Keep your eyes on the shadows of the literary world as Lycan Valley Press promises to manifest the reading beast within each of us.