Cthulhu's Daughters: Stories of Lovecraftian Horror is on shelves!

She Walks in Shadows gets its first international release in...the U.S, as Cthulhu's Daughters: Stories of Lovecraftian Horror, from Prime Books. Cthulhu's Daughters adds a spiffy new cover to the same table of contents and page count. 

Cthulhu's Daughters gives you another way to get your hands on twenty-four diverse stories—and one poem—of women and the weird, including Gemma Files's acclaimed "Hairwork" and E. Catherine Tobler's structurally complex "Lockbox" (sure, and my "Bitter Perfume," possibly the only Lovecraftian story set in North Dakota).

Cthulhu's Daughters is distributed in the U.S. though Diamond. You may see the book at your local brick-and-mortar bookstore. If you don't, you can ask your bookseller to order it, find a new favorite with Indie Bound, or order from Amazon.


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