THE MOST ORIGINAL AMERICAN HORROR WRITER SINCE LOVECRAFT
Thomas Ligotti's first collection of stories, Songs of a Dead Dreamer, was published in 1986, and he has since established a cult following. He is also the author of several other story collections. Ligotti is the recipient of several awards, including the Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker award for his omnibus collection The Nightmare Factory (1996) and short novel My Work Is Not Yet Done.
"An accomplished conjuror of nightmares in the tradition of H. P.
Lovecraft" * The Times *
"Ligotti is wonderfully original; he has a dark vision of a new and special kind, a vision that no one had before him" * Interzone *
"A generous serving of Edgar Allan Poe, a dash of Franz Kafka, a smidgen of Robert Aickman: These comprise the components in the cauldron of creativity of Thomas Ligotti. . . . His descriptive powers are mesmerizing." * Hellnotes *
"Quite unlike anything else being published ... One of the most unique voices in the field ... His imagery is breathtaking" * Science Fiction Chronicle *
"(Ligotti uses) restrained, lyrical prose and subtly disturbing images that Poe himself might well have admired" * USA Today *