I suppose it would be more suiting to write this post as a person rather than a company. To put everything in the open so you all can see it. I haven't been straightforward about why I've been away since May, or what caused this. The grittiest details I still don't wish to share online, … Continue reading We Are Not Dead, And I Hope to Make Amends and Prove That
Greetings from the Ether, Best news in a while is that Hinnom 010 is officially live! Our first release since the smash success of the Kickstarter. Thank you to everyone who supported us through thick and thin. We have releases lined up every month for the next several, so this is only the beginning. Thanks to all … Continue reading HINNOM 010 IS LIVE! Plus A Note on Radio Silence!
Greetings from the Ether, Exciting news! The E-Book editions of both Peter Rawlik's Strange Company and Others and Hinnom Magazine Issue 010 are now live on Amazon! They will be available very soon on all the other E-Channels as well. The paperback pre-orders will follow as soon as we receive approval from the distributors. The table of contents … Continue reading E-Books For Rawlik’s STRANGE COMPANY & HINNOM 010 Up For PRE-ORDER! Print Will Follow Suit!
Greetings from the Ether, As promised, the first year of Hinnom Magazine is now free on the site. Follow this link, or click on "Free Issues of Hinnom Magazine" in the website menu at the top of this page. Over 400 pages of fiction, interviews, reviews, and more are now within your grasp. If you ever wanted … Continue reading Hinnom Magazine Database is Live!
Greetings from the Ether, Thanks to our wonderful assistant editor Caleb Stephens, and the fine folks at Nightscape Press, Grimscribe Press, the Shadow Booth, and Beyond Death Publishing, we just had an article go live at the Writing Cooperative. Caleb navigates through the statistics of the publishing business, and how niche genres are suffering. The … Continue reading Our Article at the Writing Cooperative: “Niche Literary Magazines are Dying. Crowdfunding is Saving Them.”
Greetings from the Ether, The upcoming adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune is shaping up to be a massive motion picture event. Barring the film experiencing a similar fate to David Lynch's 1984 financial disaster/cult classic adaptation, Denis Villeneuve's track record and what is likely to be a gigantic budget are definitely hyping up the film. The … Continue reading What We Know About Denis Villeneuve’s DUNE So Far . . .