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East of Constantinople, West of Shanghai

The Occult Detectives are back

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I am passing this along because it’s great news – the new issue of Occult Detective Magazine (formerly Occult Detective Quarterly) is currently available in print on Amazon. An ebook edition is forthcoming.
This is a big fat mag filled with supernatural thrills, and it’s just what the doctor ordered to have some fun for the end of the year.

And no, there is no work of mine on this one – but hopefully I’ll be able to sell some more stories to this fine magazine in 2020.

Author: Davide Mana

Paleontologist. By day, researcher, teacher and ecological statistics guru. By night, pulp fantasy author-publisher, translator and blogger. In the spare time, Orientalist Anonymous, guerilla cook.

2 thoughts on “The Occult Detectives are back

  1. I always have had a love for occult detective stories. Who hasn’t? Well, unimaginative hidebound schlepps aside. The kind of dads who forbid their kids to read horror comics.
    Me, from the really old-time occult detectives like William Hope Hodgson’s Carnacki the Ghost-Finder (which I was pleased to rediscover on Project Gutenberg) and Algernon Blackwood’s John Silence, through Seabury Quinn’s Jules de Grandin and Robert E. Howard’s occult investigative team Conrad and Kirowan, to the contemporary Harry Dresden, I find it hard to resist this genre.
    I must get Occult Detective. Even if it doesn’t have a Davide Mana, palaeontologist by day, pulp fantasy author by night, yarn in it.

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