As horror fanatics, we promised ourselves to publish books for the occultist, the tabooist, gothic novelist, and all breeds of indie horror lovers and collectors. As a small press, we specialize in collating some of the most macabre, hair raising, awkwardly mentally stimulating anthologies and novellas, in fine hardback editions for the classic book collectors, as well as eBooks for the trending acolyte. We publish dark fiction; horror, dark fantasy, noir and thrillers.
Necromancy and Conversations with the Dead
For many, ritual is a way to formally connect with specific currents of energy. For others, it’s simply entertainment. Necromancy and Conversations with the Dead is a collection of poems and short stories to help any reader get acquainted with their morbid side.
Short stories include: “An ode to the Modern Man”, a nice poem to get comfortable in Death’s presence, “Rhythm in Corpses”, “Corpse Girl”, “Sophie and the Necromancer”; all tales which are not for the faint of heart nor the fearful. These are rites of passion and devotion for the accomplished and sincere practitioner or fiction lover. Any book on Necromancy should be regarded as a passage to the realm of shadow and this is no exception. The fiction in this book is intended to align one’s soul with the “Death Energy”. You might be asking, what is “Death Energy”? Order now and find out for yourself.
Cannibalism: Towards a Theory of Exoticism
Carrying on in the tradition of pulp fiction authors and cheesy grim humor, these short stories were collected to keep your creative appetite appeased. Settings range from the small towns of Southern Illinois, aka. “Little Egypt” to the Bayou’s of Louisiana. And with these locations come the cultures and characters which would include a voodoo chef, a snake handling priest and a one-legged prostitute with a knack for peanut butter.
Chapters include: “Late Night in Little Egypt”, “After Dark Fantasies”, “Bayou Chef”, and a tasty line up of “Gourmet Girls”. If this book could be anymore exotically evil, it would set itself on fire (which wouldn’t be good for you or us).