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“Tales of the Inner Sanctum” launches out of Steve Niles Forums

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Official Press Release

There exists a place in the universe that inexplicably
draws talent from all corners of the globe. A place
visited by the likes of Ashley Wood, Ben Templesmith,
Kieron Dwyer, Breehn Burns, Nat Jones, Liam Sharp and
many more. The place isn’t a store, or a bar; you
can’t drive to it or find it on a map. It’s a website…
a message board… all surrounding one person; a man
called “The Master of Modern Horror Comics”, Steve
Niles.

But this isn’t about Niles, but rather about the
message board itself and the talent that visits. Not
all of the creators are household names, at least not
yet, but all of them deserve to be seen. Over thirty
members of the message board have banded together to
create something very special. They have put the time,
effort and money into creating Tales from the Inner
Sanctum, a horror anthology created for the simple
purpose of letting these creators tell their stories
of chilling terror.

With over 90 pages of story, a cover by Steve Perkins
(CSI: Dominos) and an introduction by Steve Niles
himself, Tales from the Inner Sanctum is an amazing
value at only $6.85. The book goes on sale July 2004
and is available through the Tales from the Inner
Sanctum preview site www.matlocktheartist.com/innersanctumanthology as well
as through various creators’ sites.

The list of international participants in the book
are: Steven Perkins, Paul Tucker, Jared Bivens, Chuck
BB, Ben Mears, Mark Matlock, Jason Arthur, Michael
May, Josh Medors, Jason Hanley, Ilkka Lesonen, Uraku,
Art Grafunkel, Adam Yeater, Brian Anderson, Jessica
Hickman, Aaron Weisbrod, Josh Ross, Jim Reddington,
John Belkewitch, Oliver Casteneda, Eugene Perez, Toni
Caputo, Jim Keplinger, Denis Kroesen, Tim
Arney-O’Neil, Owen, Nick Defina, Luca Picciani,
Domenic Defina, Eric Darrah and Gavin Spence.

For more information on Tales of the Inner Sanctum,
check out the preview site
www.matlocktheartist.com/innersanctumanthology or
visit the actual Inner Sanctum at www.steveniles.com.

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