Turns out, if you were accepted into HP2021, you can! One of the global changes we made to our company last year was to make a commitment to pay all authors we put on paper. With that check, you qualify for the HWA. A few of our most recently included authors have already been admitted, … Continue reading WANT TO JOIN THE HORROR WRITERS ASSOCIATION?
Over at our parent imprint, Devil’s Party Press, we recently released the second issue of our lit mag, Instant Noodles. We would really value having some feedback from you on the magazine if you have a few minutes to spare. Thanks so much for your feedback~ READ INSTANT NOODLES TAKE OUR SURVEY
You’re in luck! One of our best authors has begun the serialization of “Fear Thy Neighbor.” Not only will you get to read it for free, but you’ll learn all about this spine-tingling writer…. By reading this story you release Gravelight Press from all medical claims of heart-attacks, lost sleep, and the like. Read at … Continue reading NEED A LITTLE TERROR THIS WEEK?
This fall, just in time for the season of the witch, R. David Fulcher will release a collection of horror destined to keep you awake each night until the first merciful ray of light seeps over the dark and uncaring horizon. Get yourself in on it now, with his blog, and find out why those … Continue reading Bloody Snowshoes
Horace Walpole (1717-1797) is generally considered to be the father of horror novels. Interesting as he looks so handsome and a bit like the modern Sherlock Holmes as played by Benedict Cumberbatch (who is also diabolical and handsome, IMHO, but I digress….): Horace is generally believed to have penned the first horror novel, The Castle … Continue reading Are you scared? Thank Horace.
Do you know someone who’s always naughty when it would be better to be nice? We’ve got the perfect gift. And right now, J.C. Raye will give you $10 off any order of twenty dollars or more on our website, and she’ll also get the books to you, or your beloved relative or dear friend, … Continue reading Just in Time for Christmas
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