The Book show features dramatic readings of short and long works of adventure, suspense, and imagination by Jason McMullan.
(Salt Lake City. public domain image)
Part two of this tale of time travel and coming of age.
Photo credit: Jonathan Worth
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Illustration from Albrecht Dürer. A macabre fable from Lovecraft followed by a tale of horror and madness beneath the ocean during World War 1.
Illustration from Albrecht Dürer. The conclusion!
The author. Another tale of Conan from one of the great pulp writers!
This picture reminded me of the wisdom and wildness of the mad judge. The final chapter of this strange series of stories.
The Whitechapel high street in 1905.
A caricature of the author.
The author. The story continues.
A series of connected short stories from G.K Chesterton featuring a madcap cast of characters rampaging through the streets of London in 1905.
An illustration from the original publication.
The conclusion of this story!
A tale by Robert E. Howard featuring his most famous character, Conan the Cimmerian!
Three stories from H.P. Lovecraft: The Statement of Randolph Carter, The Terrible Old Man, The Tree