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Nickolaus Albert Pacione Delivers: A Library Of Unknown Horrors Paperback – June 14, 2011
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From the Author
This anthology was previously published in 2007 but had some trouble with a damned plagiarist named David "Iron Dave" Boyer which sent me a story called "Electrocuting The Clowns" along with a story called Blood Ties which I later found out this was stolen too. I went back and reworked both these anthologies -- the version you see here is the expanded Heaven In Black Edition. I call it that because of my favorite band being Black Sabbath and that is the closing track on TYR. This anthology is one of those that holds it's own with anthologies "The Years Best Horror" and even Tabloid Purposes IV. This book spun off from Tabloid Purposes IV and became it's own series in the long run. The expanded version is 100 pages longer than the original.
About the Author
Nickolaus Albert Pacione is a small press publisher, editor, author, photographer and illustrator who runs Lake Fossil Press. Pacione been writing since 1990 in horror but writing in Science Fiction since he was 27 years of age. He got this anthology in the doors of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum library as of July 2011. The Joliet area newspaper caught wind of it and did a story on the front page of the edition of August 30, 2011.
This book not only got in the hands of The Edgar Allan Poe Museum along with sequel, the five year memoir and first collection joining it but it got in the hands of Ted Kirkpatrick of Tourniquet with the second namesake and Issue 5 of the magazine. The two most personal publications as an editor in the heavy metal band that had a hand in getting him discovered, eventually getting him published in print. He's teamed up with the upstarts from Scottsdale, AZ where he's got both namesakes, his first and third book back online and then Issue Five an Ten of his magazine and his new story, Polaroids from the Imagination based on an idea from one of his classmates. He published the books in his historic company sizes of A5 and 5.5 x 8.5 with the magazine. He was chuckling how he got his createspace.com sizes back to the size he used when he was with Lulu.com.