Innsmouth Free Press is a Canadian micro-publisher dedicated to horror and dark fiction. The website provides daily non-fiction and free tri-annual short fiction. We also produce print and electronic anthologies.
Vikings. Inquisitors. Kings. Monks. Slaves.
Across time, from places as varied as Laos, Greenland, Peru, and Stalin's Russia, come 26 unique tales of horror, madness, Mythos, and destruction. Tales that reimagine history and look into the past. Tales that show evil has many faces and reaches through the centuries. Tales that will chill your heart.
Several stories are included in Issue 11 of Innsmouth Magazine. There's a dark, foreboding island on a loch. A restaurant which redefines the term "Today's Special." A Lovecraftian steampunk adventure set in Liberia. Fiction by William Meikle and many others.
French artist Paul Farrell kills four people in Paris and walks into a hail of police fire at JFK Airport.
A Russian history professor and shaman with a dark secret steals the body.
Police on both sides of the Atlantic are on the case, but they each have secrets of their own.
And a powerful enemy watches from the shadows, one who could destroy them all.