Join veteran writer and artist, J.Ishiro Finney and 01Publishing’s editor in chief, Kat Rocha for an evening of graphic story telling. This class is aimed at writers who wish to explore techniques and methods for conveying mood, tone, and an overall sense of “horror” when writing for graphic novels and comics. Join us Friday June 23rd at 7pm. Hosted by Mysterious Galaxy Books in San Diego, CA. Click HERE for directions You don’t have to be a writer or artist to join us. Just bring your love of horror and comics. Suggested Reading (list may grow): 30 Days of Night by Ben Templesmith and SteveRead More →

Hot on the heals of her nomination for the Stoker Award in Excellence in Long Fiction, Nicole Cushing continues to turn heads and amaze audiences with her latest transgressive and highly acclaimed novella.  01Publishing is very proud to announce that The Sadist’s Bible has been nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novella of 2016. About the Shirley Jackson Awards The Shirley Jackson Awards have been a staple in speculative fiction since 2007. The awards are announced every year at ReadersCon in Boston Mass. In recognition of the legacy of Shirley Jackson’s writing, and with permission of the author’s estate, The Shirley Jackson Awards, Inc.Read More →

Mark your calendars, San Diego! Nicole Cushing is in town for one night only!! Don’t miss it, Thursday April 27th at 6pm Nicole will be reading from the newly released print edition of her Stoker Nominated novella, The Sadist’s Bible at Mysterious Galaxy located on Balboa Ave. Click Here for directions to Mysterious Galaxy. And if you haven’t picked up your copy of The Sadist’s Bible yet, don’t worry, you can reserve your copy now and get it signed by the author herself. And keep your fingers crossed for Nicole. Saturday, April 29th the Stoker Awards are announced live from the Queen Mary in LongRead More →

Congratulations to Nicole Cushing/The Sadist’s Bible for earning the Stoker Award Nomination for Superior Achievement in Long Fiction! The Stoker Awards are the “Oscars” for Horror and Dark Lit. Being nominated for a Stoker is a huge honor and 01Publishing is very proud of Nicole for this amazing piece of long fiction that has been recognized by her peers as deserving or recognition. About Nicole Cushing In 2016 Nicole was awarded the  Bram Stoker Award for her novel Mr. Suicide (Word Horde).  She has also written the Stoker-nominated short story collection The Mirrors and three stand-alone novellas (including the Shirley Jackson Award nominated Children of No One). Reviewers have described herRead More →

The rains of Seattle can’t keep us away. 01Publishing is back for our fourth year at Emerald City Comic Con. With special guest, Tom Pinchuck (Anime Vice, Man of Action, Whispers from the Abyss 2). Come check us out at Booth #111.Read More →

01Publishing is very excited to announce that Casefile: ARKHAM – Nightmare on the Canvas has been nominated for two Ghastly Awards, Best Original Graphic Novel and Best Inker (Patrick McEvoy)! You can do your part to help us ensure the win. Go to  www.ghastlyawards.com starting on February 6th and cast your vote for Casefile: ARKHAM and Patrick McEvoy. From the Ghastly Award Website: The Ghastly Award Judges are proud to announce the 2016 Ghastly Award Nominees. The Nominees, chosen …reflect the wide range of Horror material being published in Horror Comics today. All Nominees were selected from work that was submitted by Publishers and Creators throughoutRead More →

Congratulations to Nicole Cushing for The Sadist’s Bible being named in the Top 5 Novellas of 2016 by Char’s Horror Corner. This fearless novella brings the reader to places they may not want to have gone-but when they’re done they are left to marvel over the insanity of it.  And I mean that in the best way possible.  The Sadist’s Bible is currently available for all eReaders but will be in your local bookstore in March of the new year. Show your local bookstore THIS sheet and to preorder your copy today. If you haven’t checked out this book yet you can get your ownRead More →