WEIRD WORSHIP: Tales Of Two Strange Deities & Their Followers

WEIRD WORSHIP: Tales Of Two Strange Deities & Their Followers
by Mark McLaughlin and Michael Sheehan, Jr.

WEIRD WORSHIP is available in paperback and hardcover formats, as well as Kindle/Kindle Unlimited.

WEIRD WORSHIP presents 14 tales and a poem about two strange deities who are part of the Cthulhu Mythos — the insect-god Ghattambah, and the King in Yellow. Ghattambah was created by writer Mark McLaughlin, who also writes stories about the creature with his collaborator Michael Sheehan, Jr. The King in Yellow first appeared in the Robert W. Chambers book of the same name in 1895. The royal terror has been a source of inspiration for many writers who embrace the Cthulhu Mythos.

“Part 1: The Way Of The Swarm” features the following tales about the insect-god Ghattambah: “Der Fleischbrunnen,” “The Spawn Of Ghattambah,” “The Hungry One Must Feed,” “In The Chapel Of Ghattambah,” “Cleaning Frenzy,” “Pyramid Of The Shoggoths,” “The Horror In The Water Tower,” and “Shoggoth Apocalypse.”

“Part 2: The Gateway To Carcosa” features these tales of The King In Yellow: “To Reach Carcosa” (poem), “The Gateway To Carcosa,” “Glove,” “Casino Carcosa,” “The Prisoner Of Carcosa,” “The Black-and-White House,” and “Sea-Green Gown With Gold Buttons.”


About bmoviemonster

Mark McLaughlin is the author of the novels, HUMAN DOLL, THE HELL NEXT DOOR, and INJECTABLES. His fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in many magazines, newspapers, websites, and anthologies, including Cemetery Dance, Black Gate, Galaxy, Fangoria, Writer’s Digest, Midnight Premiere, Dark Arts, and two volumes each of The Best of the Rest, The Best of HorrorFind, and The Year’s Best Horror Stories (DAW Books). Mark is the author of many books of horror, so be sure to visit his Amazon Author's Page at
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