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Nov 16, 2018 by

If you’ve been to a recent PulpFest, you’ve probably met Joab Stieglitz. He’s one of several writers who have found PulpFest to be a great convention for selling their books.

Joab is the author of the acclaimed UTGARDA TRILOGY. A Cthulhu-oriented pulp adventure set in the 1920s, Joab’s story concerns a group of college friends that dabbled in the occult and released a malign presence into the world. Years later, the last of these students enlists the aid of three newcomers to banish the thing he had helped to summon.

The first book in Joab’s trilogy — THE OLD MAN’S REQUEST — has been called “a tantalizing and utterly delicious homage to H.P. Lovecraft that will have fans of Cthulhu Mythos literature swooning and shivering in delight.”

Joab is pleased to announce that Amazon.com will be offering the Kindle version of THE OLD MAN’S REQUEST for free beginning Sunday, November 18, at 12:00 AM PST through Thursday, November 22, at 11:59 PM PST. Afterward, it will cost 99¢ through Monday, November 26, at 11:59 PM PST. The Kindle edition is normally priced at $2.99.

Currently working on the fifth and sixth books in the UTGARDA series, Joab is an avid tabletop role-playing game player and game master of the horror, espionage, fantasy, and science fiction genres.

If you’d like to learn more about Joab Stieglitz and his work, check out his blog at RANTINGS OF A WANDERING MIND ~ The Writing Blog of Joab Stieglitz. You can also hear Joab talk about his UTGARDA books with author Chris Ryan on TELL THE DAMN STORYrecorded live at PulpFest 2018 on July 27, 2018.

(Joab Stieglitz — author of THE OLD MAN’S REQUEST — featuring cover art by Lee Pfenninger  — will be returning to PulpFest in 2019 as one of our dealers and “New Fictioneer” readers.

We hope you’ll join Joab at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just north of Pennyslvania’s “Steel City” in Mars, PA. Click the button below the PulpFest banner to “Book a Room.” PulpFest 2019 will begin on Thursday, August 15, and run through Sunday, August 18.)

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