Meet the Creators of World War Kaiju and Casefile:ARKHAM 01Publishing is proud to announce our first ever signing event at San Diego Comic Con 2016! Hosted by Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore, San Diego’s premier merchant for all your spec lit needs. Come meet the minds behind the acclaimed Lovecraft P.I. book Casefile: ARKHAM and the award winning historical satire, World War Kaiju. Josh Finney: Author and sometimes artist, Josh Finney follows in the fine tradition of sci-fi novelists in that he’s a prickly, opinionated son-of-a-bitch who will tell you exactly what’s on his mind. Fortunately for Josh, he can also write well, which seems to afford people like himRead 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 →

Join us in celebrating the release of Casefile: ARKHAM. The highly anticipated graphic novel that combines both Lovecraft and Chandler in a truly horrifying noir tale of art and murder. Writer and co-creator Josh Finney will be signing as well as talking and answering questions. And what kind of a party would it be without snacks and treats. Saturday February 6th 2-5pm Mysterious Galaxy 5943 Balboa Ave, Ste 100 San Diego, California 92111 858.268.4747  Read More →

Yes, you’re hearing it here first. 01Publishing is proud to announce the latest edition to our catalog. Casefile: Arkham. A horror noir story set in the gritty streets of Arkham. Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy (the crew that brought you World War Kaiju) once again plays with the conventions of history and popular culture and pose a singularly interesting question to their readers. “What if Raymond Chandler wrote Lovecraft stories?” Casefile: ARKHAM was a smashing success on Kickstarter and now 01Publishing is proud to be bringing it to readers around the world. Set in the mid-1940s, Casefile: ARKHAM follows Hank Flynn, a down on his luck privateRead More →