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Let’s start with 2021. Specifically, a sneak peek at three Bizarro Pulp Press covers. Feast, eyes, feast…
We’re gonna lead off with that sneak peek at the cover for CRIMSON KING, because we think it’s just grand. And it works as the perfect segue into our first topic: December and January. To be more exact, our lack of coming availability during those two months, but we promise it’s for a good cause. Books!
We promised a follow-up post as soon as CRADLELAND OF PARASITES went live, and here it is: you can now grab Bram Stoker Award-winner Sara Tantlinger’s excellent collection of plague-inspired poetry from Amazon. CRADLELAND OF PARASITES is the latest from the author of THE DEVIL’S DREAMLAND and LOVE FOR SLAUGHTER and this new collection may just be her best work yet! But don’t take our word for it, grab your copy and settle in for achingly beautiful horror unlike anything else you’re bound to read in 2020. Thanks for reading! And we hope you enjoy the book. TTFN
NOT ALL MONSTERS arrives early! CRADLELAND OF PARASITES on the way! A sale on COVER ART! AND… we spill some beans about Christmas.
Ah, best laid plans! They always go EXACTLY how you want them to. And, yes, that’s sarcasm you are detecting. We wanted to offer up a Halloween surprise and make NOT ALL MONSTERS and CRADLELAND OF PARASITES available early for those of you looking for something to settle in and read over Halloween, and… well… We kinda-sorta got there!
Want to know who we’ve signed for 2021? We’ve talked about a couple titles in previous articles, but next year is Don Noble and Nicholas Day’s 5-year anniversary of owning and operating Rooster Republic, so we are releasing a complete collection of Don Noble’s short works, which will include original art and an original novella, as well as the finished, full text of TRAILER TRASH SAMURAI (portions of which have been previously anthologized). In addition to this, we will be releasing OCTOBER ANIMALS, a new novella from Nicholas Day. Both of these will be limited releases, and will have a