- Clinton Boomer, "The Sky Isn't Blue"
- Desirina Boskovich, "The Great Dying of the Holocene"
- Samantha Henderson, "The Lark Ascending"
- Lynda E. Rucker, "Testimony XVI"
- Damien Angelica Walters, "A Pathway for the Broken"
- Kaaron Warren, "68 Days"
- AC Wise, "Tekeli-Li, They Cry"
Kaaron Warren's "68 Days" was a finalist for the Aurealis Awards for Best Horror Short Story and Best Science Fiction Short Story.
"I was pleased with the diversity of the tales, both in subject matter,styles, and by the broad spectrum of humanity we see reflected in itspages. There are some excellent short stories within begging to beturned into scenarios... Ultimately the collection won me over with itsnew takes on classic Mythos elements, wholesale invention that expandsthe genre, and through its interest in portraying people of color,women, and LGBTQ peoples, as the heroes and the tragic figures, and notthe horror itself. " (Reckoning of the Dead)
"A fun twist on an ancient world.... Scott Gable and C. Dombrowski are great editors, and they obviously enjoy their work. You can trust them to have a good time." (GeekDad)
"The stories were riveting." (Fanboy Comics)
"The stories found in Tomorrow's Cthulhu are masterful blends of sciencefiction and the creeping horrors that are familiar to any HP Lovecraftfan. Each tale provides a unique glimpse into the terrors thatunsuspecting humans might face in the near future if the Old Gods should wake from their slumber." (Muzzleland Press)
"Consume it! Become one with its words." (RevolutionSF)