Meet the Four Men Who Won’t Stay Dead in John C. Foster’s NIGHT ROADS
Last week we released John C. Foster’s Night Roads, the second volume of his Libros de Inferno trilogy. The first volume, Dead Men, was published in 2015 to much critical acclaim, receiving a starred review from Publishers Weekly. Night Roads follows the events of Dead Men with a strong spotlight on Hoodoo Girl, who is easiest the […]Read More
Imagine a Marriage Between Clive Barker and Quentin Tarantino: NIGHT ROADS is Now Available!
Now available, the much anticipated sequel to John C. Foster’s debut novel, Dead Men: NIGHT ROADS! * “Great powers comin’ your way and you need to be prepared,” Godmamma said, voice a papery whisper. “The harpies of the north manipulated a holy man into a great working but it’s all fallin’ […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Cover Reveal and Pre-Orders Announced for Joe McKinney’s SPECULATIONS!
If you’re a fan of horror, there’s a real good chance you’re a fan of Joe McKinney, two-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award and all-around swell fella. He’s probably most well known for his zombie novels, such as Dead City and all the sequels. But zombie fiction isn’t all he writes. […]Read More
DONNIE DARKO Meets AMERICAN GODS in LIVE ON NO EVIL: Available Now!
New from Perpetual Motion Machine, a novel about aliens, demons, and gods. That’s right, folks. It’s Jeremiah Israel’s Live on No Evil, hot and ready to go. Check out the cover and market copy below, then go buy yourself a copy. If you dig bizarre lunatic scribblings about aliens and the occult, […]Read More
Listen to the Soundtrack for GODS ON THE LAM (Waits, Nelson, Hendrix, and more!)
Christopher David Rosales has done something cool and compiled a soundtrack to accompany his new novel, Gods on the Lam. These are the songs he listened to while writing the book, and the songs we feel best fit the theme and tone of it, as well. If you dig this Spotify […]Read More
Excerpt: GODS ON THE LAM
As we’ve mentioned elsewhere, we recently released Gods on the Lam by Christopher David Rosales, a weird slice of noir praised by authors such as Brian Evenson and Stephen Graham Jones. If you haven’t already gotten a copy yet, why not take a look below at the first chapter? Enjoy… Hindsight ain’t […]Read More
New Release: GODS ON THE LAM by Christopher David Rosales
We’re very excited to announce Gods on the Lam by Christopher David Rosales is officially available. How to describe Gods on the Lam? It’s not easy, so let’s just allow Brian Evenson (A Collapse of Horses) to do it for us: “A whirling crazy ride that brings noir into collision with the American West, […]Read More