FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 01Publishing is proud to announce the October release of WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS 2: The Horrors that Were and Shall Be. Originally published as an eReader only title, the acclaimed anthology is now available in hard copy thanks to popular demand by fans of the series. Edited by Kat Rocha (Pseudopod) and featuring cover art by Patrick McEvoy (Casefile:ARKHAM, Lost in Space), the collection features 25 Lovecraft-inspired tales created specifically for readers on the go. Four of the included authors (Laird Barron, Cody Goodfellow, John Palisano, and Jonathan Sharp) have received Honorable Mentions in Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year Vol.8Read 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 →

Comic Wow just gave Casefile: ARKHAM a stellar and annotated review. “This is a really amazing book, with a lot of really cool references and hidden meanings. If you don’t know them, you’ve got a really good story. If you do know them, you’ve got a really amazing story. There are certainly more of them than I would have expected…but they did keep my eyes glued to the pages, looking for more. The plot itself is really interesting with supernatural ghouls and real magick (with a “k”) being explored. This is definitely up my creepy alley. It’s definitely worth the read, so give it aRead More →

Some awesome coverage by great broadcasters and reviewers. The radio program Robots Attack on 103.3 FM KSCU Santa Clara gave World War Kaiju a killer review, talking about not only it’s unique format, but also about how they approached the book, and then their impressions afterwards. Wonderful work guys. Check it out at RobotsAttack.meRead 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 →