This weekend see’s 01Publishing at World Horror Con in Atlanta, GA! We are very excited to be attending this year as this commemorates our first year as members of the Horror Writer’s Association. Come check us out in the dealer’s hall to get the latest information on upcoming 01Books and Graphic Novels. Creators in Attendance: J. Ishiro Finney, William Finney , Kat Rocha See You There!Read More →

01Publishing’s own Kat Rocha along with contributing authors J.Ishiro Finney and William Finney represented Whispers from the Abyss at the San Diego Public Library Local Authors event Friday Jan. 30th. This event kicks off a month long exhibit at the main branch in downtown San Diego. If you are in the area, check it out, and request to check out Whispers from the Abyss along with other awesome titles.Read More →

So Cal Comics in San Diego is hosting a signing event for 01Publishing. And what an event this is turning into. Not only are 01 creators going to be there, but some of the most talented writers/artists in Southern California will also be in attendance. This is a great opportunity to meet these awesome people, and start your holiday shopping early. When: Saturday November 15th at 11am Where: So Cal Comics 8280 Clairemont Mesa Blvd #124 San Diego, CA 92111 Guest Include: James Kenneth Woodward Josh Finney Terence Anthony Rebecca Hicks Michael Colbert For more information visit Read More →

“Whispers from the Abyss Volume 2” An H.P. Lovecraft Inspired Anthology WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR: We’re looking for short stories between 2500-4500 words that can be read in one sitting. Flash fiction is also welcome. We want authors hungry to play in the twisted universe envisioned by H.P. Lovecraft, or write tales that are in the spirit of his mythos. Like Lovecraft’s own work, the horror in this anthology aims to be subtle and subjective. The mind and its inner working are a far more terrifying place than the actual corridors of R’lyeh or the Mountains of Madness. Ideally this anthology should hit readers likeRead More →

Eldrich Horror Now Infects Multiple Platforms Hot on the heals of Revelations of Zang by John R. Fultz withdrawing it’s exclusivity status with Kindle, Whispers from the Abyss is also available on multiple formats to all digital readers. Now the horror you experience on your commute home from work can be accessed through multiple platforms besides the Kindle including the Nook, Kobo, and independent programs such as Drive Thru. This news comes just in time with the pending release of the Whispers from the Abyss Paperback on Nov. 4th. Whispers from the Abyss is the first Lovecraft inspired anthology tailored specifically for the commuter audience. On the subway, during lunch, or evenRead More →

John Dodds of Amazing Stories Magazine (the first science fiction magazine) gave Whispers from the Abyss an amazing review: Whispers from the Abyss (01 Publishing) describes itself as “An anthology of H.P. Lovecraft  insired short fiction.” But the authors within its pages are no slavish Elvis tribute acts. Instead, they are his mutant bastard offspring, whose mission is to misbehave dreadfully and have a wonderful time doing so. These Children of the Night run amok, gleefully trashing the very idea of florid prose and pseudo-intellectual claptrap of which the Great Old One himself was sometimes guilty. Instead, they tear down the walls, splinter the timbers, rip out theRead More →

On July 31, 2014 the Kickstarter for Whispers from the Abyss was successfully funded to print this Kindle Exclusive anthology. Editor Kat Rocha started the Kickstarter to raise the funds to print this (till now) digital-only book due to the rave reviews and fan response. The Kickstarter not only raised it’s goal amount, but surpassed it by nearly $2000. Since it’s initial release in October of 2013, WftA has been delighting audiences who enjoy stories that play in H.P. Lovecrafts mythos. With writers like Greg Stolze (Delta Green), Nick Mamatas (Shotguns v. Cthulhu), Tim Pratt (Marla Mason), Dennis Detwiller (Delta Green), Greg Van Eekhout (The BoyRead More →