Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., is the author of the novels The Orphan Palace and Nightmare’s Disciple, and he has written many short stories that have appeared in magazines and anthologies, including “Weird Fiction Review”, “Lovecraft eZine”, Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year, S. T. Joshi’s Black Wings (I and III), Book of Cthulhu, The Children of Old Leech, Year’s Best Weird Fiction. His highly–acclaimed short story collections, Blood Will Have Its Season, SIN & ashes, and Portraits of Ruin, were published by Hippocampus Press. He edited A Season in Carcosa and the Bram Stoker nominated and Shirley Jackson Award winning The Grimscribe’s Puppets. He has two new collections of weird fiction upcoming, A House of Hollow Wounds, and The Protocols of Ugliness, both edited by Jeffrey Thomas. Joe is currently editing several new anthologies, including Cassilda’s Song, The Leaves of a Necronomicon, and Born Under A Bad Sign.
Steven Gilberts has been producing fine art since 1981. In 1995 he began displaying his work at science fiction and fantasy conventions. In 2003 Steven made the jump into professional horror illustration starting with Space and Time Magazine.Steven and his lovely wife Becky live in a spooky Queen Ann cottage in a small Dunwich-esk village in Indiana. While hiding from the townsfolk, he concocts odd covers and interiors for the small press industry.
His work can be seen on the world wide web at StevenGilberts.com.
Will Murray is a lifelong New Englander who has contributed to numerous fanzines devoted to HPL, as well as a growing number of Cthulhu Mythos prose anthologies. As one of the three founding members of the fundraising group that placed the memorial plaque dedicated to H. P. Lovecraft on the grounds of the Providence author’s centennial in 1990, Murray is both pleased and proud to be working in HPL’s fictitious milieu. The author of over sixty novels, he currently writes the Wild Adventures of Doc Savage for Altus Press, which will also publish his first Tarzan novel later in 2015. He created the legendary mutant superhero, Squirrel Girl, with the equally legendary Steve Ditko, for Marvel Comics.