Monthly Archives: July 2017

MY NIGHT AS A ZOMBIE by Nathan Robinson (Non-fiction)

MY NIGHT AS A ZOMBIE by Nathan Robinson Recently, I was offered the opportunity to attend Zombie Uprising in Chesterfield. It’s a claustrophobic, real world shoot-em-up with air-soft weapons, where you complete missions in a derelict factory with the threat … Continue reading

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THE LUCKY ONES DIED FIRST (Deadite Press)

SPLATTERPUNK editor Jack Bantry’s novella, THE LUCKY ONES DIED FIRST is available on paperback and digital from DEADITE PRESS. With stunning cover art by Matthew Revert! “The final showdown between the monster and two of the book’s characters is splatterpunk … Continue reading

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MAPPING THE INTERIOR by Stephen Graham Jones (Book Review)

MAPPING THE INTERIOR by Stephen Graham Jones (Tor Books) There are books that touch a nerve, that raw primal feeling of unease and sadness that dances with awe and fear. I have yet to read anything from Stephen Graham Jones … Continue reading

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ENTROPY IN BLOOM by Jeremy Robert Johnson (Book Review)

ENTROPY IN BLOOM by Jeremy Robert Johnson (Night Shade Books) There are original writers, those who break the mold and then there are those who never saw a mold to begin with, those who sprung from the womb with pen in … Continue reading

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