The Pallbearers Club is a bit of a departure from my previous two novels (The Cabin at the End of the World and Survivor Song), both of which took place during a short/compressed timeline. This novel is presented as the memoir of someone who calls himself Art Barbara, and it spans almost four decades. In fall of 1988, as a cringy, unpopular senior in high school, Art is desperate to enhance his college applications with an extracurricular...
THE Cadillac Man by John Wayne Comunale
Cover Artist: Paul Harrison
Publisher: Death's Head Press
Good does not exist. There is only the ever-swirling chaos of evil lurking just beyond the veil of our perception waiting to strike arbitrarily without purpose or reason. When evil throws its wiry tentacles out into our world leaving an inky black sludge of death, sadness, and destruction in their wake it’s done not out of maliciousness but at random with no forethought, no agenda....
STORM SHADOWS by Kenneth W. Cain
Cover Design: Don Noble
Upon moving to the Midwest, Juanita “Nita” Luisa Mendez explores her family’s new home and stumbles upon a stuffed gorilla, locked away in a unique attic. When the stuffed gorilla begins to haunt her nightly, desperation fills her. Not only is she attending a new school, but she’s now overtired, and that catches the eye of...
THOSE WE LEFT BEHIND AND OTHER SACRIFICES by Brandon Applegate
Artwork is an original oil painting by Peruvian artist Christopher Castillo Díaz, and is an illustration of a scene from the title story "Those We Left Behind."
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" A bedtime story has unspeakable consequences. A walk in the woods...
Everything the Darkness Eats
Forthcoming from CLASH Books
“There’s something wrong with Eric LaRocca, and I mean that in the very best way possible. His stories stick a screw right into your heart-meat. Looking forward to whatever gut-clenching horror he has coming.” ~Chuck Wendig, New York Times best-selling author of The Book of Accidents