With the release of Lovers in Hell, many of the anthology's authors are sharing character interviews. Follow the link, and listen in on the interrogation of Howard Cart and Ernst Haeckel as the body-less interviewer seeks out the location of a stolen artifact: the phallus of the Egyptian god of rejuvenation: Osiris.
"I am Ernest Haeckel, renowned evolutionist, artist, and philosopher. You heard of my contemporary Charles Darwin, no doubt? I coined the term ecology and am famous for my beautiful drawings of lifeforms. My embryological montages unexpectedly drew anger from my fellow scientists. They deemed I embellished too much. Yet, I stand by my depictions of embryos and the notion that ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. You look confused, no doubt because of your retarded ancestry..."