We’re kicking off the new year with another awesome interview with Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy, on The Dedman’s Tome Radio Podcast. Not only do the guys take live call in questions but they have a chat with a real Ghost Hunter on the show. Listen to “CaseFile Arkham – Sin City meets Lovecraft” on Spreaker. Reserve your copy of Casefile: ARKHAM – Her Blood Runs Cold on Amazon.com. Be sure to join our mailing list for updates on the latest 01Publishing news.Read More →

Had to get one last interview in before the new year. “Join James & Xtina on the Panic Room Radio Show as they talk with mystery authors Josh Finney & Patrick McEvoy. Don’t miss the fun and shenanigans!” On December 28th, The New Panic Room Radio had Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy on their show to discuss Casefile: ARKHAM, Lovecraft, and the normal hilarity that ensues when these two are given an open mike. Check it out!Read More →

The Horror Tree’s Selene MacLeod sat down with the creators of Casefile: ARKHAM to discuss the series, the art, the writing, Lovecraft, and all things in between. Here is a sample from the interview: Selene – First, tell us a bit about yourselves, and your background in writing and art. The bio info on your websites is a little thin. Josh – Josh Finney is an author of sci-fi, horror, and neo-noir. He is 5’6”, weighs 155 lbs on a full bladder, and has black hair that is slowly going silver. If someone was to play Josh in a movie about his life, it would beRead More →

DJ from “MyLifeMyBooksMyEscape” sat down with Nicole Cushing to discuss “The Sadist’s Bible”, living in the mid west, Shirley Jackson, and the popularity of novellas. Here is a sample: DJ: What is the world of The Sadist’s Bible like? NC: Most of the book takes place in our own world. (Specifically, in southern Indiana, Kentucky, and Virginia.) In other words, the Bible Belt. The culture of the Bible Belt plays a large role in the story. It shapes the social mores that Ellie, in particular, is trying to escape from. But part of the story takes place in a mystical realm. (To avoid spoilers, I won’t divulgeRead More →

Recently, horror writer and Stoker winner Nicole Cushing wrote an editorial for the Ginger Nuts of Horror about nightmares, dissociation, experiencing death at an early age, and how that has affected her writing, especially for penning her latest novella, The Sadist’s Bible. Here is a sample: I don’t mind such nightmares. Nightmares are research. Now, to be clear, nightmares lack the narrative structure of a story and they typically lack well-developed characters, too. So there’s still a lot of work to do after I wake from them. (It isn’t just a matter of getting zapped with the right nightmare and writing it all down. As withRead More →

Recently Fanbase Press Editor in Chief, Barbra Dillon conducted an interview Patrick McEvoy on Casefile: ARKHAM. Here is an excerpt from the interview. BD: What initially intrigued you about working on the graphic novel, and have you likewise been a longtime fan of Lovecraft’s work?  PM: I read a collection of Lovecraft short stories when I was about 13, and I’ve been interested in his work ever since. On the surface, I love that overly ornate wordsmithing (like Ambrose Beirce.  Or Lord Dunsany, whom I’d read even earlier), but the deeper themes of hopeless cosmic terror and the incompatibility of the human mind with inter-dimensionalRead More →

Christopher Shultz of LitReactor.com recently conducted a wonderful interview with Nicole Cushing, author of The Sadist Bible and Stoker Nominee for her novel, Mr. Suicide. Here is a sample of her interview. Without giving too much away, the final scenes in The Sadist’s Bible reminded me of a way more fucked up version of Midian, the monster realm in Clive Barker’s Nightbreed. Was Barker an influence on your work at all, either with The Sadist’s Bible or otherwise? My work has often been likened to Barker’s, but I don’t think that’s a result of his direct influence on me so much as the coincidence that our brains are probably wiredRead More →

Daniel Alvarez of Unleash The Fanboy just gave Casefile: ARKHAM a whopping 9 out of 10 rating! The usage of Lovecratian monsters/ghouls is neither underplayed nor overplayed. They’re given fantastic build-up that when the big climax happens it’s extra effective. In a story like this, a careful balance between showing and not showing them is the goal, and it’s certainly achieved. Read the full review at UnleashTheFanboy.comRead More →