Grunge Narratives – a Guest Article by Nick Younker

Today we have horror author Nick Younker with an insightful look at Grunge Narratives. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Give it a read and maybe go give Nick's books a read while you're at it. ‘Grunge Narratives’ Emerging As Top Indie Reads Some of the most popular indie e-books moving... Continue Reading →

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Countess of Blood by Catherine Cavendish

We are excited to welcome back Catherine Cavendish back to Ink Heist to share a new guest post about the inspiration behind her novella Miss Abigail's Room, which was recently re-released through Crossroads Press. Catherine's work often uses inspiration from history and her post "Countess of Blood" focuses on a figure that is well known to... Continue Reading →

Of House Gods and Aphrodisiacs

All Hail the House Gods by Andrew J. Stone Review by Shane Douglas Keene In this edition of “What the Hell Did I Just Read” I take on the sophomore work of a young artist who I firmly believe is a major up and comer in the field of subversive bizarro literature. It was not... Continue Reading →

Unreliable Noir – by Alan Baxter

Until recently--literally just a few days ago--I’d not read the work of Alan Baxter. I’ve had his novel Hidden City waiting in my review queue for quite some time but haven’t gotten to it yet. But when his newest novella Manifest Recall I was deeply intrigued by the synopsis because it sang strongly to the... Continue Reading →

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