Gary Braunbeck wants to scare the living hell out of you, but he isn't content to do so with the usual cast of characters; he digs a little deeper to find the things that scare us because they are real.
These days it seems like we're all expecting the world to end in a zombie apocalypse, and John Joseph Adams & Hugh Howey must have felt the same way: their new collection delivers the "End Times" in a wide variety of ways.
After a year-long hiatus, readers have been desperate to dive back fully into the dual histories of Sweet and Pearl Jones, American vampires. Finally, with this month’s 'Second Cycle,' the time has come.
King has released the novella eBook "Bad Little Kid" in French and German language only. So brush off your high school French or German and give this 15,000-word story a crack!
While this monster-filled detective tale is completely different than Robinson's "Everyman," it's also fresh, original, and damn good.
Cemetery Dance is one of the longest running and most well-known horror publishers in the game, and they recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of their acclaimed horror magazine. Here are some noteworthy books to add to your reading to-do list!
When your press materials lead with a quote from Stephen King calling your book "old school horror at its best," you’d better be confident that the book in question does not fall short. "The Troop" does not fall short.
For some fans, the covers for R.L. Stine's beloved children's horror books are the best part, so we've collected ten of the most ridiculously awesome examples of cover art from the original "Goosebumps" series.
UK small press house PS Publishing celebrates the quietly enduring legacy of one of Stephen King’s most underrated novels with a lavish Limited Edition.
Jamais Vu is a new horror magazine on the scene, featuring a mix of fiction, poetry, non-fiction, comics, reviews, and a featured essay from legendary author Harlan Ellison.