Fenham Publishing is a small press that was established by Jim Dyer, grandson of C. M. Eddy, Jr. The press was formed to showcase and make available the works of Providence, Rhode Island native C. M. Eddy, Jr., an author of short stories from the pulp magazine era of the 1920's. Mr. Eddy was a confidant and friend to both H. P. Lovecraft and Houdini during that period. After painstakingly combing through the many personal effects of his grandfather that have been stored away for years, Dyer rediscovered his
grandfather's original handwritten manuscripts and has carefully chosen some notable selections as a basis for the titles produced thus far.
The short story collections range in genre from mystery, horror, supernatural and suspense. It operates primarily on the internet and doesn't have a physical storefront to visit. To place an order or for more information please visit its website.
- Founding Date: 2000