What to Do When You Meet Cthulhu – the Spanish edition

Elder Signs Press is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Nosolorol Ediciones, who will translate and publish What to Do When You Meet Cthulhu: A Guide to Surviving the Cthulhu Mythos.

Nosolorol Ediciones is an independent press with a long experience with terror, horror, and fantasy. They are the publishers of […]

Submissions are closed

Hi everyone, Our poor, beleaguered, editors are drowning in a sea of slushy goodness. To help keep them sane, ESP is closing submissions temporarily. We’ll post here when the floodgates are ready to reopen. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Best, Chuck

Scavengers: Now Available

Amidst a zombie-ravaged city exposed to a toxic terrorist attack, Dejah Corliss discovers she has regenerative powers. When religious zealots capture her, a former Marine defies death to help her escape. Now they must join forces to rescue her daughter, a healer, who has been enslaved to create feasts of flesh in a zombie […]

American Horror

I grew up with The Twilight Zone, One Step Beyond, and The Outer Limits. These anthology shows gave us classic stories from the likes of Richard Matheson, Ray Bradbury, Charles Beaumont, and Harlan Ellison. The writing was often crisp and the stories bits of carefully crafted heaven. The episodes didn’t always work, and not all […]


From Stewart Sternberg–

The Little Beastiary

Lovecraft saw amazing things, and I’m thinking they were real. Except—maybe they were also very, very small. Small as in 1/2 milimeter in size. This picture is of something called a hydrothermal worm. It’s something to think about when the bedbugs stop being creepy enough for you.

This […]

I Was A Seventh Grade Monster Hunter Review


By A. G. Kent

E-book/126 pages

Review by Chris Welch

A.G. Kent’s I Was A Seventh Grade Monster Hunter is the first volume of The Stoker Legacy books, which are a series of short novels aimed at Young Adult readers.

This series […]

ESP Author Signing: Stewart Sternberg

Word has reached us through the psychic aether that Stewart Sternberg, author of the post–apocalyptic zombie novel The Ravening, will be enjoying a book signing party at The Gallery in Algonac, Michigan.

If you’re able to shamble over on Sunday, May 22 from 2-4 PM, do yourself a favor and enjoy free hors d’oeuvres and […]

Still Waiting For Godot

Sony’s Playstation 3 network is down and around the world online gamers are drying their tears. But not all gamers; XBOX Live is doing just fine. That being said, I’d like to offer a little solace for you who live and die for the world of Sony online gaming. Or to put it differently, what […]

And Speaking of Rachel Gray…

What To Do When You Meet Cthulhu: A Guide To Surviving The Cthulhu Mythos has received a wonderful write up in the San Francisco Book Review. According to critic Glenn Dallas: it’s a “guidebook so desperately needed to navigate the highways and byways of sanity-shattering terror he [Lovecraft] introduced to the world.” And thankfully, […]

Look for the following Elder Signs Press authors at this year’s Penguicon, located at the Troy Marriott hotel in Troy, Michigan.

STEWART STERNBERG– The Ravening [@ssternberg](panels: Writing Groups, Using Social Networking for Promotion, Is It Steampunk Yet?)

RICK MOORE– High Seas Cthulhu (Contract Negotiation for Writers, Plagiarism—How Do I protect Myself?)