In Part One we talked about how Christopher Payne decided to get into small press publishing. His first couple of years involved new authors whose writing he liked. But he realized he needed some well-known name value in his authors if his company was going to grow and begin selling great enough numbers of books to be self-sustaining. But "names" in horror are not the same as names in general literature.
Signing up some big names and purchasing one of the dominant literary magazines in the genre has put JournalStone Publishing in the spotlight. But where did they come from? Read on to find out more about the new kid on the horror block.
In four short years, JournalStone Publishing has positioned itself as an attractive home to established authors and new talents alike, with a deep catalog of horror, science fiction and fantasy novels and anthologies.