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, We are happy to announce that both the paperbacks and e-books of Strange Company and Others by Peter Rawlik and Hinnom Magazine Issue 010 are live for pre-orders! Just click through the images below! Individual links for each edition will be at the bottom. Thanks for all your support and we can't wait to … Continue reading STRANGE COMPANY & HINNOM 010 PAPERBACKS LIVE FOR PRE-ORDERS!
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!
PLEASE READ THE SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES BELOW. THE HINNOM MAGAZINE RETRO "WEIRD TALES" EDITION WILL BE A PROFESSIONAL MARKET, PAYING 6 CENTS ($0.06) PER WORD FOR FICTION, AND WILL ONLY BE OPEN TO FEMALE AUTHORS. Greetings from Hinnom Valley, After the immense success of the Kickstarter, we're kicking things into gear. We mentioned a "retro" edition of Hinnom Magazine … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Hinnom Magazine Retro “Weird Tales” Edition: WOMEN ONLY
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.”
PLEASE READ THE SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES BELOW. HINNOM MAGAZINE IN 2019 WILL BE A SEMI-PROFESSIONAL MARKET, PAYING 2 CENTS ($0.02) PER WORD FOR FICTION & $50 FOR POEMS. Greetings from the Valley of Hinnom, With the amazing success of Hinnom Magazine during 2017 & 2018, we have decided to implement some major changes, including the reading period and … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Hinnom Magazine 2019: Quarterly Weird Fiction and Cosmic Horror — Short Fiction and Poetry
Greetings from the Ether, Just wanted to stop in and remind everyone that ALL TITLES from G&H are currently $0.99 in both the U.S. and U.K. marketplaces on Amazon as part of our Halloween Flash Sale. Below, you'll find links to all titles! Just click the cover and it'll take you to the sale! … Continue reading HALLOWEEN FLASH SALE: ALL G&H TITLES $0.99 UNTIL 26th!
Greetings, all! You haven't heard a lot from us recently, and the site has been quiet. I hope to fill you in on some things and to update you on future developments with this post. THE GIST The truth is, I recently faced tragedy after tragedy, emergency after emergency, stemming all the way back to … Continue reading A Letter from the Editor & Other Important Updates
Greetings from the Ether, With Hinnom 008 now available, we thought we’d interview some of the authors involved to help get the word out about their pieces. Join us as we interview Adrian Cole, and as we dive into the making of his nightmarish, aquatic tale “The Next Time it Rains.” CP: Can you tell us a … Continue reading AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Adrian Cole