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Howie K. Bentley

Howie K. Bentley writes sword and sorcery, interplanetary adventure, and dark occult fantasy tales. His influences range from Robert E. Howard, Karl Edward Wagner, and Edgar Rice Burroughs to Arthur Machen, H. P. Lovecraft, and Clive Barker.

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Lands of the Earthquake and Under a Dim Blue Sun: Another winner from DMR

Lands of the Earthquake by Henry Kuttner  &  Under a Dim Blue Sun by Howie K. Bentley

The publishing company known as DMR Books had previously been a very solid 2 for 2 with this reader.

Earlier this year, I had hugely enjoyed DMR’s recent releases The Sapphire Goddess and The Thief of Forthe and Other Stories, showcasing as they did two undersung authors who had been popular with the Weird Tales audience of the 1920s and ‘30s; respectively, Nictzin Dyalhis and Clifford Ball.

So when I heard that DMR’s m... Read More