Frank Coffman's fourth major collection of Speculative Formal Verse. PLANNED PUBLICATION in the second half of 2023. Illustrated by the great Paul "Mutartis" Boswell, the book will include a long sonnet sequence (72 titles and 103 sonnets entitled the same title as the book) and a long narrative poem, THE KIMI XIBALBA (The Place of Fear and Death)—a supposed Olmec voyage of adventure and horror. Other weird, horrific, and supernatural poems, and some Sci Fi and other genres are represented.
THE NOTHING BOX (published August 2023) from Mind's Eye, is Steven Withrow's latest collection of speculative verses. It follows THE SUN SHIPS and THE BEDLAM PHILHARMONIC>
GALLIMAUFRY is Bruce Boston's collection of tales ranging across the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror, mainstream, humor, and surreal. The second edition of this fine collection by this multi-award-winning author and poet.
An anthology of Imaginings & Images of the Gargoyle. Short Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction, and Illustration. The first of a planned series of themed anthologies, already followed by THE VAMPIRICON, with THE PHANTOMICON (Ghosts) and THE LYCANTHROPICON (Werewolves) forthcoming.
An anthology of Imaginings and Images of the Vampire. Short Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction, and Illustration
Another collection of science fiction-relevant poetry from multi-award-winning master bard of the speculative, Bruce Boston.
EotM is Frank Coffman's third major collection of speculative poetry. The verses herein offer a range of visions of the weird, horrific, supernatural, science fictional, and traditional. The tome includes a 111-poem/72-sonnet sequence: SONNETS FOR THE DEAD OF NIGHT and an Epyllion (mini-epic), THE DECIPHERMENT a narrative of Cthuluvian horror. Magnificently illustrated by Paul "Mutartis" Boswell.
Collected Occult Detective Mysteries chronicling seven cases and adventures of Dr. Anaxagoras "Nax" Venn and his two sidekicks: Fr. Azor Sullivan, S.J., a clairvoyant, exorcist; and Miss Rhiannon Jones, a lovely young Welsh empath—by Frank Coffman. During their adventures, the trio encounter Holmes & Watson (and Mycroft), Abraham Van Helsing, Dr. Joseph Bell, Buffalo Bill Cody, and other historical (and literary) figures. Each of the seven tales is wonderfully illustrated by Yves Tourigny.
A collaborative anthology of Speculative Verse by Steven Withrow and Frank Coffman. Two collaborative sonnet sequences "bookend" 20 individual poems by each of the two poets. Paul "Mutartis" Boswell contributes many marvelous illustrations throughout the book.
Frank Coffman's chapbook about the rise and fall of a Lich—an evil sorcerer who places his separable soul in a black jewel and rules with horror over a plagued region. It is a sonnet sequence. of over 30 poems.
Poetry from the Weird Poets Society (2021-2022)
The third annual anthology by poets from the WEIRD POETS SOCIETY Facebook group. Covering new poems and many previously published in 2020.
The second anthology from the Weird Poets Society Facebook group. It contains some unpublished work and some published in 2019.
The first anthology from members of the Weird Poets Society Facebook group. It contains some previously unpublished work and also poems published in 2018.
Selected, Edited, and with Commentary by Frank Coffman, one of the authorities on Howard's poetry. This representative selection features over 450 of Howard's extant corpus of 700+ poems and fragments. Editor's Preface and chapter headings for 30 themed chapters.
This chapbook contains poems of tribute and homage to Robert E. Howard by speculative verse poet Frank Coffman. Coincidentally, the road running past the west side of the Howard House in Cross Plains, TX was Coffman Street (named after the first postmaster of CP, and, coincidentally, Frank Coffman's ninth cousin [a couple times removed])
Out of Print sixth number of THE DARK MAN: THE JOURNAL OF ROBERT E. HOWARD STUDIES, Summer 2001. Edited by Frank Coffman, Your best bet on finding a copy is on eBay or other auction sites.
The fifth issue of THE DARK MAN: THE JOURNAL OF ROBERT E. HOWARD STUDIES, Winter 2001. OUT OF PRINT. Your best chance of finding a copy is on eBay or another auction site.
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