For folks who follow Peter N. Dudar, author of The Goat Parade, who have been met with disappointment trying to obtain a copy of his bizarre novella, Blood Cult of the Booby Farmers, only to find that it’s out of print, fear not. We are pleased to announce that we will be re-releasing this work, as well as the follow-up, The Mississippi Glory Hole Mutilations, in the near future. Here’s a preview of the cover for Booby Farmers, created by the talented Jeffrey Kosh.
Christmas Eve is the time to gather ’round the fire place with friends and family and share some spooky stories. Just in time for the holiday, the Kindle edition of The Colour Out of Deathlehem is now available! Print should be available soon.
This is just a reminder that we will be closing the submission window on November 25, 2021. It will re-open again on January 2, 2022. The only manuscripts that can be submitted during this time are Deathlehem manuscripts, and that’s only if the collection has not yet been filled.
Our deepest fears come in many forms. The seen and the hidden. The real and the imagined. The flesh and the incorporeal. Between the covers of this book, you’ll find a bit of all this. Monsters, real and imagined. The familiar and the alien. So open the book. Be prepared to confront your worst fears.
What is your deepest fear? Things that exist in plain sight? Those that hide in the darkest corners of your soul?
The third edition of Jeffrey Kosh’s Dead Men Tell No Tales is now available for Kindle pre-order. This edition sports a beautiful new cover designed by the author. Paperback will be available soon. This title releases on July 8, 2021.
Jason Hill’s Horror Hill is featuring part two of Kevin David Anderson’s “Kandy with a K” on their podcast. You can give it a listen here. You can also find it on YouTube. If you like what you hear, consider checking out Midnight Men: The Supernatural Adventures of Earl & Dale at Amazon or your favorite local bookseller for even more supernatural adventures of Earl and Dale, two truckers who fearlessly—and sometimes with a bit of humor—kick some supernatural evil ass.