THE SECOND DOG: A Twitter Horror Story
So, Twitter has been mostly garbage lately, but yesterday I found a neat way to use it: by writing spontaneous horror short stories. No outline. Just pantsing it until you run out of steam. This particular idea was inspired by my dog, who discovered something in our bush out back. […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
IN THE VALLEY OF THE SUN is Heavy with Texas Dread
reviewed by Max Booth III A cowboy with a dark secret, floating from honky tonk to honky tonk, claiming the lives of drunk women with a blade blessed with death. A motel owner with a troubled son and a diminishing bank account. A woman cursed with immortality and an insatiable […]Read More
No Logical Way to Write a Haunting: Ghost Stories Make Humans Look Stupid
by Jay Wilburn I love ghost stories. I love them even though it has gotten weirdly hard to write any sort of haunting that makes the characters’ motivations and the necessities of the story work together. Everyone gets to the point early in the story where they realize: Yep, that’s […]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