Today’s guest post comes from horror author Greg Chapman, who recently released Pandemonium through the incredible Bloodshot Books. Greg’s essay deals with why his work may considered bleak or depressing and the importance of […]
An avid reader and review of dark fiction. If it's gritty and dark, chances are I'll love it.
Today we are excited to have Erik Hofstatter stop by Ink Heist to talk about the inspiration behind his latest novel Toroa and some of its prevalent themes. I have been following Erik’s […]
We’re excited to host Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason – who go by the nickname The Sisters of Slaughter- today on Ink Heist! The Sisters of Slaughter burst onto the scene with Mayan […]
Wrath of the Ancients was the first novel from Catherine Cavendish that I read and I’m kicking myself for not checking out her work earlier. Cavendish offers up atmospheric Gothic horror stories that […]
Brad Parks’ latest domestic thriller Closer Than You Know opens with a man and a woman – who are not mentioned by name – as they enter the Shenandoah Social Services Building. They are […]
I’ve been following Mark Matthews work ever since I read his debut On the Lips of Children, a frightening story about a subterranean family that proves that our capabilities for violence are […]