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Casting Announcement

Preston Fassel’s novel Our Lady Of The Inferno marked the return of Fangoria magazine’s storied book imprint back in September. Now, the book is preparing to bring its grimy grindhouse-throwback aesthetic into the 21st century with an audiobook edition, by Encyclopocalypse Publications.
Horror legend Barbara Crampton will voice Nicolette, “a waste management executive in 1980s Manhattan who moonlights as a serial killer". She’ll be joined by voice actress Gigi Shane as Nicolette’s street-smart nemesis Ginny Kurva, the whip-smart mother hen to a pack of 42nd Street sex workers.

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Casting Announcement 2

Great news for those who love audiobooks! Hellraiser‘s Doug Bradley and The Stand‘s Mick Garris have signed on for roles in audio adaptation of Preston Fassel’s Our Lady of the Inferno! Bradley will be voicing The Colonel while Garris will be the voice of Nicolette’s boss. The two join Barbara Crampton, Desi Williams, Autumn Ivy, and Mchaji Celestaine...

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Floater

by Gary Brandner

The Insiders Clever Alec, Arrogant Roman, Beautiful Lindy. The popular kids at school. They don't know who they hurt. And they don't care. The Outsider Frazier, brainy and awkward, the school geek. But he has a special talent the ability to send his mind on long journeys out of his body. Then one night a prank goes hideously wrong. Twenty years later Alec, Roman and Lindy are summoned back to their hometown an invitation they cannot refuse. It is a high school reunion they will never forget...if any of them lives through it.

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Veil's Visit: a Taste of Hap and Leonard

by Joe R. Lansdale and Andrew Vachss

Leonard is in jail for burning down the crack house for the fourth time. An old acquaintance of Hap's named Veil comes to defend Leonard. He uses a ploy of showing Leonard as a savior of the neighborhood by burning out the plague carrying rats. If that ploy doesn't work, they go to plan B. Cover art by Tim Truman

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Wetbones

by John Shirley

In a wasteland ravaged by plague, Lumsden Moss steps out of a decaying prison. Armed with a satchel of notebooks containing the memories of five murdered children, he is determined to track down and confront their killer. Accompanied by a stranger, he begins a long journey to the ancient City of Steps where he is forced to confront the horrors of the past.

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The Lost Machine

by Richard A. Kirk

In a wasteland ravaged by plague, Lumsden Moss steps out of a decaying prison. Armed with a satchel of notebooks containing the memories of five murdered children, he is determined to track down and confront their killer. Accompanied by a stranger, he begins a long journey to the ancient City of Steps where he is forced to confront the horrors of the past.

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Truck Stop

by John Penney

On a lonely stretch of highway in the Utah mountains, Cedar Mountain Truck Stop awaits the unsuspecting traveler. It is the hunting ground for a serial killer who disposes the bodies in the junkyard behind the rambling, rundown complex. But the long dead victims are not going quietly…

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The Evolutionist

by Rena Mason

Las Vegas suburbanite, Stacy Troy, dreams that everyone is dead. She dismembers the bodies of loved ones, stuffs them into a shopping cart, then takes them two at a time to the pile where she will burn their remains and say her last goodbyes.

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Driving in LA

by Brenda Bakke

Driving in LA is the story of the narrator's first 2 years of moving to, and surviving in Los Angeles in the early 1980's. From being driven to become a professional actress, her story takes us through rapes, cocaine addiction, and prostitution, all while trying to keep her spirit and dreams alive.

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Hellraiser: The Toll

by Mark Alan Miller

Hellraiser: The Toll tells the story of what happened between Clive Barker's iconic works Hellraiser and its literary follow-up, The Scarlet Gospels. Written by Mark Alan Miller (Next Testament, The Steam Man), featuring narration by director Tom Holland (Child's Play, Fright Night); a full cast that includes Mali Elfman, Kasey Lansdale, Peter Atkins, Robert Parigi, Richard Ankles, Christian Francis, Joshua Holland, and Justin Vonderach; and original music by powerhouse composer Cris Velasco (God of War 1-3, Clive Barker's Jericho).

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