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Watch Joe Hill and Paul Tremblay Talk About Writing and Third-Favorite Ice Creams

Recently Joe Hill sat down to sign copies of his new novella collection, Strange Weather, and answer fan questions read by Paul Tremblay, author of Disappearance at Devil’s Rock. Initially a live stream, you can still view the video in LiveSigning’s archives. They discuss many very important topics, such as the myth of […]

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Take a Trip Back to Derry, Maine in Our Latest Episode of CASTLE ROCK RADIO

Part 1 of 2 of our discussion on Stephen King’s IT focuses on the 1957-1958 timeline. Hope y’all are ready to float: “19 – IT: The Losers’ Club”. Welcome to Derry, Maine. It’s a small city, a place as hauntingly familiar as your own hometown. Only in Derry the haunting is real. […]

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THE TRAIN DERAILS IN BOSTON Wins Best Horror Novel in the Imadjinn Awards

Last year we had the immense pleasure of publishing Jessica McHugh’s insanely fucked up erotic horror novel, The Train Derails in Boston, and today we are honored to announce it has taken home the Imadjinn Award for Best Horror Novel. Imadjinns are awards recognizing superior quality in small press publishing distributed […]

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We Hope You Have a Safe Word, Because We’re Talking About the New GERALD’S GAME Movie

Today we’re getting a lil’ kinky and talking about Mike Flanagan’s film adaptation of Stephen King’s Gerald’s Game in our latest episode of Castle Rock Radio: A Stephen King Podcast. Betty Rocksteady (author of Like Jagged Teeth) once again joins us as a special guest. Max is mostly outraged that Gerald’s last name is […]

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How to Murder Your Wife (Let’s Talk About Stephen King’s 1922)

Let’s take a trip back to the year 1922, when Wilfred James murdered his wife. In the latest episode of Castle Rock Radio, we’re talking about Stephen King’s wonderful, disturbing novella “1922” first published in his 2010 collection, Full Dark, No Stars. We also have a new theme song! Hooray! Listen […]

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September is Childhood Cancer Month

In January 2011, I heard the dreaded words no parent ever wants to hear: “Your child has cancer.” The thoughts that go through your mind on hearing such a statement are so terrifying, they are worse than any horror story you will ever read. Along the initial dread, you feel […]

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Announcing a New Podcast Dedicated to Horror News

Here’s something cool I intend on starting sometime in the future: a DAILY podcast about what’s new in the horror genre (with a strong focus on indie writers/artists/filmmakers). Each episode will fall between 10 and 20 minutes and be released EVERY MORNING. The perfect length for driving to work, washing […]

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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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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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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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