QUALIA NOUS adds tales by Chambers, Kelley

"Cataldo's Copy" to feature in QUALIA NOUS.

“Cataldo’s Copy” to feature in QUALIA NOUS.

Two more stories have been added to QUALIA NOUS, the upcoming sci-fi/horror anthology from Written Backwards. Editor Michael Bailey has announced that “The Price of Faces” by James Chambers and “The Effigies of Tamber Square” by Jon Michael Kelley are the two newest entrants into the table of contents.

Chambers, who hails from New York, is the author of THE ENGINES OF SACRIFICE (Dark Regions Press), a collection of four cosmic horror novellas that Publisher’s Weekly called “chillingly evocative”.  Earlier this year, Dark Quest Books published his urban fantasy novella, THREE CHORDS OF CHAOS.

Kelley is the author of the novel, SERAPHIM (Evil Jester Press). He has also contributed to such anthologies as CHIRAL MAD (“The Persistence of Vision”), CHIRAL MAD 2 (“The Tended Field of Eido Yamata”), and MISERIA’S CHORALE (“The Catacomb Enigma”). He lives in a gold-mining town in the mountains of Colorado.

Here is the working table of contents for QUALIA NOUS, ordered by alpha:

Bailey said that the final table of contents might be established by the end of June, but he’s waiting on two more solicited submissions before making his final selections. In any event, QUALIA NOUS will be available later this year in paperback from Written Backwards.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.
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