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The Account of David Stonehouse, Exile (Daniel Mills)


'The Account of David Stonehouse, Exile' takes the form of a diary kept by the titular character over the course of several weeks in the mid-19th Century. David Stonehouse lives alone in an abandoned farmhouse with only a feral hound for a companion. His existence is solitary, nearly hermetic. He believes his soul is dead, his flesh cursed and exiled to the barren mountain valley where he subsists on game and fish where no crops will grow. His past haunts him. Though he has repressed the circumstances of his banishment, he cannot forget them.

Includes full wrap-around cover and three interior illustrations by Steve Santiago. 114 pages. Comes with 8" x 10" print of full cover art. Limited to 150 copies.

Daniel Mills is the author of Revenants: A Dream of New England (Chomu Press, 2011) and The Lord Came at Twilight (Dark Renaissance books, 2014). His short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in a variety of magazines and anthologies including Black Static, Shadows & Tall Trees, The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, and The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror. His second novel will be published by ChiZine Publications in 2017. He lives in Vermont with his wife and daughter.

Steve Santiago has been a life long fan of horror, science fiction and fantasy, and has been drawing things out of the ordinary as long as he can remember. Steve graduated with a BA in Graphic Design and has 20+ years of experience working as a graphic designer in California. He honed his art skills by entering in Photoshop and illustration contests over the years and has won many times with his imaginative and creative execution of his ideas. Steve has been one of the contributing artists for the Lovecraft eZine since 2011, an online magazine featuring Lovecraftian horror. His art has also been on the covers and interior pages of several ezines, magazines, print anthologies, CD covers, concept art and board game art. As a freelancer, Steve has created art/designs for clients from as far away as Australia, Germany, Hungary, U.K., and the Netherlands.


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