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“I wrote the original poetry for Vectors during the first seven days of July, 2006, while sicker than usual and unable to get out of bed, somehow imagining there was no one else out there. There will always be those who think the idea too far fetched, that humanity could never destroy itself so utterly, especially in only one week. Yet these poems by Marge Simon and myself were never about science’s purest ground zero but about all our planet’s brethren, reduced to hearts and numbers.”—Charlee Jacob
Dread in the Beast: The Novel used to be a novella about the goddess of waste and the king of wasters. Now it is a novel, stuffed full of the gruesome and horrible. Taken from the mythologies and histories of humankind, it follows the trail of the Mother Spririt of the worst that the world is capable of producing. From the catacombs of ancient Rome where a blasphemous sect twisted the message of the early Christians—to modern America with its obsession with violence, deities and saints and the reincarnations of beasts battle over sublime and profane, where the very reasons for existence for us all may lie in the unthinkable.
Thirty-nine of the darkest poems to come from the pen of one of today’s best horror poets, Charlee Jacob.
An all new collection of 25 of the darkest poems you’ll ever read from Charlee Jacob, the 2005 Bram Stoker Award for best poetry collection.
The Desert contains fifty-three new and previously published horror and dark fantasy poems!
Delirium’s second collection by Charlee Jacob features 7 short stories, 3 brand new novelettes and a collection of poetry, Night Unmasked, in the same volume! Charlee is becoming one of the hottest new horror authors on the scene, having just released her mass market debut novel This Symbiotic Fascination through Leisure Books. This new collection showcases her unique talents as one of the premier storytellers of the genre.
Collection of 17 poems, many of which appear here for the first time.
Charlee Jacob’s a name to watch and this Stoker nominated collection is bound to be the gateway to bigger things. This collection features 15 tales and more than 70,000 words of fiction from one of today’s premier horror writers. 204 pgs. Introduction by Tom Piccirilli. Interior artwork by GAK. Cover design by Colleen Crary. Limited to 300 signed and numbered hardcovers. There is plenty of original work in this collection including the title novella.