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Apr 1, 2017

Award winning author Micah S. Harris discusses his contribution to the latest "Tales of the Shadowmen" anthology "Volume 13: San Froid."  This is a tale of mystical horror taking place in an 18th Century French Monastery.  the story is filed with allusions to other horror literature including "Malpertuis" by Jean Ray who is considered to be the French equivalent to H. P. Lovecraft.  There are also overtones from Micah's novel "Ravenswood: The Return of the Dugpa" which was awarded the Pulp Factory award for Best Novel in 2015.

We discuss the many things that Micah has been doing recently including an upcoming  reboot of his popular Becky Sharp stories.  Becky was the amoral "bad girl" in William Thackeray's classic novel "Vanity Fair" who has had several harrowing adventures through Space and Time.

And as usual we cover a wide range of topics and tangents. Mica and I had a blast and we know you will enjoy the entire interview.


"The Goat of St. Elster" (Free download of the story!):

Here is "code" if folks need to post this on a website:
<a href="">Micah Harris - The Goat of St. Elster</a>
"Tales of the Shadowmen, Vol. 13 : Sang Froid"
More of Micah S. Harris' works:

The Eldritch New Adventures of Becky Sharp (Kindle)

Heaven's War

(drawn by Michael Gaydos, Marvel's "Jessica Jones").

(Image graphic novel; print, Kindle, and comiXology)

Ravenwood: Return of the Dugpa

(2016 Pulp Ark Award Winner for Best Novel)

(print, kindle, audio)

Jim Anthony: the Hunters

(with Joshua Reynolds)

(print, kindle, audio)

The Frequency of Fear (Kindle)

Murder in the Miracle Room (Print and Kindle)

Slouching Toward Camulodunum (Print and Kindle)


Micah S. Harris' Amazon Page:


Malpertuis by Jean Ray: