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Excerpt: QUIZZLEBOON

PMMP has recently released the novel, Quizzleboon. It is described as a Southern redneck fairy tale, and is loaded with dark humor, weird crime and a monkey heist. You have got to grab a copy and read it for yourself! Dirt was clean, they said, and soap was banned, as […]

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New Release! QUIZZLEBOON: A Redneck Fairy Tale

Now available and ready for your eyeball(s): John Oliver Hodges’s new novel, Quizzleboon: a redneck fairy tale about Leon Hicks, a one-eyed outlaw who joins an anarchist collective in the hills of North Carolina. Guided by an imaginary man from the moon named Mr. Quizzleboon, Leon searches within these dirt people for […]

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Beautiful Beasts: The Jaffe

by George Lea This is an ongoing series. Read the other articles here. There are likely to be more than a handful of Clive Barker’s creations in this series. The man’s tendency to create entities that exist and operate outside the bounds of tradition or proscription; entities that are as […]

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New Podcast About the IT Film Adaptation

Prepare to float with us as we discuss the brand new film adaptation of Stephen King’s IT with Betty Rocksteady (author of Like Jagged Teeth). What does Pennywise do when he’s not spooking kids? Has the Internet turned him into a bonafide sex symbol? All of that and more in today’s episode. […]

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Writing for Dummies: Seriously, this is not advice, I’m telling you that writing is dumb

by Jay Wilburn The joke is that the second best thing you can do for someone who wants to be a writer is to give them your favorite book on writing style while the best thing you can do is kill them while they are still happy. Similar jokes go […]

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Beautiful Beasts: Hannibal Lecter

by George Lea This is an ongoing series. Read the other articles here. What? You don’t think Hannibal qualifies because he’s essentially human? That somewhat begs the question as to how we define “monster” in this instance and what they express for us. All monsters are essentially human, at their […]

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Shared Universes in Horror

by Jay Wilburn I’ve always loved shared universe stories as a young reader in sci-fi and fantasy. The Thieves World books were some of my favorites. They were set in the same fantasy, sword-and-sorcery city and each author in the anthologies added onto the world and characters as they went. […]

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Kick Back and Listen to These Two New Joe Lansdale Podcasts

I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but we’ve truly been blessed as a species this week. The greatest writer of (probably) all time, Joe R. Lansdale, was recently interviewed on not one but two podcasts: both the much beloved This is Horror podcast and newcomer (to me, at least) Adventures […]

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Open Call for Short Stories: LOST FILMS

Attention, writers of horror fiction. We’re currently seeking short stories for an upcoming anthology titled Lost Films. In 2016 we released Lost Signals, which has done very well for us. Think of Lost Films as its sequel. We are looking for horror stories involving films, Hollywood, projectors & projectionists, home movies, webcams, television, documentaries, and other themes involving […]

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They’re All Gonna Laugh At You, So We Might As Well Talk About CARRIE

The book that started it all. The manuscript Tabitha King discovered while snooping through her husband’s trash. The novel that changed Stephen King’s life forever. We’re talking about 1974’s Carrie with John Oliver Hodges (author of Quizzleboon), who apparently once kidnapped a dog. We also discuss current Stephen King news, such as: Castle […]

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