"Jerry explained that Indian Tony had seriously offended something, but that the “star brothers” appeared to have bailed out his sorry ass. Ricker thought that over and announced he was going back to his trailer; it seemed like a good idea."
How They Tried to Talk Indian Tony Down by Kage Baker via The Drabblecast #318
"It is amazing what a little darkness and a few thrown stones… and a severed head from an unknown foe can achieve."
I, Strahd: the War Against Azalin by
"And he smiles as the man steps back to take in the remarkable site of something he never believed he was beautiful enough to create."
"It was a beautiful afternoon for a stroll in the graveyard, with the lowering sun glowing through the overhanging autumnal foliage, painted leaves scuffed up by our feet and swirling about our shoulders like fiery infernal ash."
Fearless Symmetry by Jeffrey Thomas. Published in Encounters with Enoch Coffin.
"Ah—the ‘mad’ poet, whose madness was part prose, methinks, and partial authenticity. To see beyond dimension and taste the Outside dents your mortal sanity. I can see it in your eyes."
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Adrianna Bishop discusses the poet Alhazred with Enoch Coffin.
From Ecstasy in Aberration by WH Pugmire, published in Encounters with Enoch Coffin.
"He sucked in the Innsmouth stench of rotting wharves and decomposing time, and then he blew a cloud of scented smoke into the moist air and sighed."
Ecstasy in Aberration by W. H. Pugmire. Published in Encounters with Enoch Coffin.
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