12 GAUGE: SONGS FROM A STREET SWEEPER
July 1, 2018
12 Gauge : Songs from A Street Sweeper includes three white-knuckled novellas.
A prison escapee leads law enforcement on a chase through the Adirondack Mountains, where they encounter a reclusive elderly man with a dark secret.
An ultra-violent satirical commentary on societal norms, cliques, and obedience.
A criminal pair invade the home of the wrong man on the wrong day.
"Action-packed, fast-paced, violent, and full of criminals and adventures that thrill, terrorize, and satirize."
“Spinner is a thriller, a horror story, and an adventure narrative. It’s also a lot of fast, bloody, violent fun.”
–Gabino Iglesias, author of Coyote Songs
“ H/armed is a bloody, relentless, and visceral assault on the senses. Wickedly entertaining.”
– Paul Hough, writer/director of The Human Race
“The Deceived is equal parts thrilling, creepy, and downright brutal. A wonderful tale.”
– Ronald Malfi, author of Bone White
May 1, 2018
An asteroid has collided with Earth, manufacturing giant, alien beetles and thrusting mankind into an all-out-war in this homage to classic science fiction films of the 1950s.
And within the destruction, a lovestruck couple maneuver the battlefield terrain, seemingly unaware of the death surrounding them. Through their innocence, they give hope that humanity will come together and prevail.
“A unique tale with beautiful visuals."
–Mike Raicht, writer, The Stuff of Legend
A SOUNDLESS DAWN
March 1, 2017
Gathered within A Soundless Dawn are short stories that haunt, thrill, and grasp for the soul of humanity and challenge not only societal norms, but those that are to be expected of literature. Included are micro-short stories that further prove customs are meant to be tested to discover our own eccentricities. Whether neo-noir or transgressive, these stories are sure to enthrall.
“I don’t know that I’ve ever read a collection as wholly its own as this, nor a collection so absolutely unconnected to what’s been done before; in fact, it’s been a long, long time since I’ve had the privilege to immerse myself into a book more full of the human soul than this.”
–Edward Lee, from the Introduction
“Extraordinary! Hauntingly poignant.”
–Thomas Ligotti, author of My Work is Not Yet Done