Osie Turner
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I attest that I am over the age of 18
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I am a writer, blogger, and photographer who has studied world religions and collects arcane and rare books. My collection primarily focuses on weird fiction, religion, occult-related selections, and a shelf exclusively devoted to early American and British Jewish books.

I am also a staff writer for Occult World Magazine.
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The Forlorn Press is dedicated to reviving forgotten classics and making them available to the modern reader, for a low price. All titles offered by The Forlorn Press are enhanced

 with additional details of the stories' publication histories, original author's biographies, and any other interesting tidbits uncovered during research.

Current Titles:

The Blood Is The Life: An Anthology of Early Vampire Fiction - This anthology is the definitive collection of classic/early vampire fiction. It is broken into three sections: the first is for classic vampire stories, the second is dedicated to psychic vampirism, and the last contains a few stories which are frequently listed as vampire stories, but are not actually about vampires. There are a total of 18 stories, plus two appendices. Available on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble for $2.99.

Tod Robbins: His Life and Work - This is a huge collection of the work of Tod Robbins, an overlooked author of early weird fiction, and a biography of the author. Includes the complete infamous novel The Unholy Three, among others. Available on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble for $2.99.

The Devil in Manuscript And Other Tales of Forbidden Books - “The Green Book,” a small, unassuming diary of a young girl; an unheard of book of the Talmud known as the “Tractate Middoth”; “The King in Yellow,” a play that drives people to insanity; two mysterious grey stone plaques from the sands of Chaldea known as the “Tablets of The Gods”; “The Confessions of Constantine,” which drives its readers into a homicidal rage—these accursed books are the subject of this collection of olden tales. Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble for $1.49.

Strange Tales of the High Seas - Included in this volume are the most bizarre nautical tales. Includes The Wreck of the Titan, a short story by Morgan Robertson about a ship with the exact specifications as the Titanic that sinks in the Atlantic after striking an iceberg. It was written fourteen years before the Titanic sank. Also included is the complete novel The Ghost Pirates by William Hope Hodgson. Includes two appendices. Available on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble for $1.49.

The Tomb and Other Macabre Tales of Guy de Maupassant - Maupassant was one of France's most prolific writers, and is especially known for his short stories. This anthology contains his eight most bizarre stories. Invisible demons, insanity, necrophilic lovers, and furniture with a mind of its own rounds out this collection. Also included as an appendix is my essay "The Demise of Maupassant," which focuses on the events leading up to Maupassant's internment in an asylum and eventual death. Available on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble for $0.99.

Original Fiction: 

The Wellington Manuscript is a short story following the account of a former professor through the nightmarish streets of New Orleans.

"The following document was found posthumously in the cell of Dr. George Wellington, Professor Emeritus of Philology, Kingsport University, executed May 5, 1953, at Louisiana State Penitentiary. The handwriting was surprisingly meticulous, apparently the product of a calm and composed mind, despite the clear break from reality Dr. Wellington suffered the final years of his life." Available on Smashwords and Barnes & Noble for $0.99.

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At 7:53pm on March 19, 2019, Kristi V said…

Welcome to Goth Over 40. We look forward to getting to know you. Feel free to comment and share. There is also a survey question in the discussions section, just getting a feel for how to make the group even more awesome! Happy Spring, (Easter, Ostara, Beltane, etc).

At 2:30pm on March 07, 2019, Kristi V gave Osie Turner a gift
Dropping a Hello! Wishing all a Happy Spring! (Ostara, St Patrick's Day, Easter or other celebrations this time of year) Love Kristi V
At 10:42pm on May 17, 2016, Kristi V said…

Thank you for accepting my friend request. What is up lately?

At 2:07pm on June 19, 2013, Mark said…

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