The Larkspur Possessions
Some Demons Fear No God
Families confront both inner and outer demons in The Larkspur Possessions, the frightening, multi-generational novel from Edward Karpp, author of The Nightmare Archive: A Secret History of Haunted Films and The Cinema at the Bottom of the Well and Other Strange Tales.
The Nightmare Archive: A Secret History of Haunted Films
There exists a secret archive of haunted films so dangerous they can rip open the veil between worlds.
When psychology professor Jamie Burgess learns her older brother has died, she discovers he was the latest in a long line of caretakers for the Nightmare Archive…but she has no idea how to locate the secret films. Who else is hunting the archive, brutally killing innocent people to discover its secrets? How were the haunted films collected and hidden away from the world? What are the creatures Jamie glimpses that threaten to enter our world?
From the streets and cinemas of Hollywood to the mountains outside Los Angeles to the mysterious Bone Cinema, Jamie and her friends race to find the archives and keep it out of the hands of the dangerous cult seeking the power to bring about the end of the world. (Published June 12, 2020)
The Cinema at the Bottom of the Well and Other Strange Tales
Short Story Collection
Fourteen short stories are collected in The Cinema at the Bottom of the Well and Other Strange Tales (April 25, 2020).
The short story “Pathogens” by Edward Karpp is included in the collection In the Air, published by Transmundane Press (April 24, 2019).
“The Boy Who Grew Up”
The short story “Moonface Returns” by Edward Karpp is included in the collection Under the Full Moon’s Light, edited by Emma Nelson and Hannah Smith and published by Owl Hollow Press (October 16, 2018).
“ALTERNATE CUT by Edward Karpp – This, in my opinion, is the darkest of the tales in THUGGISH ITCH. Atmospheric, as it is, you should read this one alone with no other distractions. It really is a dark piece of fiction; I loved it.”
(from Amazon review by Paul Bailey)
“‘Alternate Cut’ fit the horror bill well, and is definitely worth the lengthier read. I was actually scared by the monster described in this story.” (from Amazon review by Brittany)
“The Last Screening”
The short story “Doll-Shaped Holes” by Edward Karpp will be included in the haunted doll collection Behind Eyes of Glass published by Fantasia Divinity Press (October 27, 2020).