Now Available: The Endless Ages Anthology for Vampire: The Masquerade

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Now available in ebook and print from DriveThruFiction: The Endless Ages Anthology!

Twenty-five years of Vampire: The Masquerade

Twenty-five years of storytelling, adventure, and exploration. In celebration, we bring you eighteen authors that explore the evolution and development of the world of Vampire. From tales of wanton diablerie to the fulfilling of centuries-old religious vows, lover’s sacrifices, and searches for truth. Peel apart the layers and discover the endless ages of beauty and betrayal.

Celebrating 25 years of personal horror, the eighteen stories in Endless Ages range in style and aesthetics from the very first edition of Vampire released in 1991, all the way to the latest books put out for the 20th Anniversary Edition.

“The Becoming” has stories grounded in the lonely struggle for morality. “Gothic-Punk” stories focus on sensuality and the conflict between young and ancient vampires. “Signs of Gehenna” shows what happens to Kindred society as it teeters on the edge of apocalypse. Finally, “Modern Nights” juxtaposes all of these concepts to present a comfortable illusion of status quo in a world of conspiracy.

Endless Ages contains stories from Natania Barron, Dylan Birtolo, Bill Bridges, Richard Dansky, Matthew Dawkins, Delilah Dawson, Nerine Dorman, Berit Ellingson, Crystal Frasier, Dave Harlequin, Lawerence Hawkins, Nicole Givens Kurtz, Ann Lemay, Andrew Penn Romine, Na’amen Gobert Tilahun, Steffie de Vaan, and Monica Valentinelli. The anthology was edited by Jaym Gates.

We’ve already posted three teasers of the stories found therein, and there are four more to come! Keep watching the Onyx Path site!

  4 comments for “Now Available: The Endless Ages Anthology for Vampire: The Masquerade

  1. Coridan Miller
    October 27, 2016 at 2:24 pm

    Kindle any time soon?

    • richt
      October 27, 2016 at 3:59 pm

      The Mobi version for Kindle should be in there.

      • Coridan
        October 27, 2016 at 10:53 pm

        Oh I see. It’s just not in the Kindle store, I’ll just have to figure out how to get it onto my app =p

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