SquidWho? Squidoo!

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Michael Shea Online

Michael on Squidoo

Fans can now visit Michael at his spiffy “Squidoo” web page!

Have a look and be sure to leave Michael a message:

Michael Shea on Squidoo

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The Cthulhuian Singularity edited by John Pelan

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This signed limited edition anthology from Darkside Press will include “The Dagoniad” by Michael Shea.

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Michael in HP Lovecraft Film Festival

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HP Lovercraft Film Festival

Michael was a panelist in October 2009 at the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland, Oregon.

Werner Fuchs of Fantasy Productions, Germany purchased a new German edition of Quest for Simbilis via agent Myra Cykan. It was released in March 2008 as CUGEL RISE IN UNDERWELT

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Chimera – An Anthology of Fiction, Film Essays, and Art

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A cross between Nyctalops, Whispers, and Famous Monsters!

Originally published Halloween 2005, the goal of Chimera is to publish some fiction, literary essays, film criticism and publishing memoirs in a single package.

Contents include: Dave Curtis on James Turner’s Arkham House ; Stuart Galbraith IV on War of the Gargantuas; a 30-page John Stewart portfolio; an artist’s portfolio by German psychedelic artist Helmut Wenske; Stuart David Schiff on the Origins of Whispers; a small artist portfolio from Mark Tansey; plus: Sigmund Freud, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Flannery O’Connor, Patrick McGrath, Henri Fuseli, Max Ernst, and others. Oh yeah, there’s a lot of essays on film noirs Mildred Pierce, Woman in the Dunes, Detour, and Double Idemnity. Did we mention Michael Shea’s “The Autopsy” in a bizarre typographic treatment?

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Shea Novella “The Growlimb” 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner!

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The Growlimb

The Growlimb

Read it in it’s original venue, Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 2004.

The Growlimb is the 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner in the Novella category.

Nominated for Three other Awards

The Growlimb is also a finalist for the International Horror Guild Award and the British Fantasy Society Award.

Last but not least it was nominated for the Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker Awards.

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