Eldritch Press Novel Announcement:
Blood Prism by E.E. King
Photo by Patricia Hopps
Eldritch Press is proud to announce we will be publishing Multi- Award Winning Author Elizabeth Eve King's newest novel "Blood Prism." Eldritch Press is excited
to have Ms. King join our family.
E.E. King is a performer, writer, biologist and painter. Ray Bradbury calls her stories “marvelously inventive, wildly funny and deeply thought provoking. I cannot recommend them highly enough.” Her books are; Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife, Real Conversations with Imaginary Friends, and Another Happy Ending.
She has won numerous awards and been published widely. Including, ”Dirk Snigby's Guide to the Afterlife” in Next Stop Hollywood, St. Martin's Press, and Now Write! Tarcher/Penguin, 2012.
She’s been the recipient of biological research and art grants, has been represented by LACMA sales & rental gallery, and will be artist in resident at the museum of Master Arts in Bermuda in 2015.
Image by Elena NeriumOleander visit her gallery to see more of her art and photography.
Check out our Poetry Page for new poetry by multi-award winning author Jacqueline Seewald!
New poetry by the talented
Rose Blackthorn and Jimmy Hernandez
In the coming months, we will be adding free fiction (stories and poetry) for readers to enjoy, novels and Anthologies. As a new publisher, we are on the search for the best fiction in multiple genres from Classic Horror, Military, Fantasy, Science Fiction and Steampunk, Steampunk Horror and last but not least, horror poetry.
But, do not think you will find the normal here on Eldritch Press. We like to blend the genres, moving along the roads less travelled. If you are an author check our submissions page for guidelines as well as our pay-rates. We are a semi-pro and pro-pay market. We are on the look out for new and established authors looking for opportunities to flourish.
Eldritch Press would like to announce a brand new poetry collection, "Voices of the Fallen" by Rissa Cortez. Her work has appeared in a number of anthologies. With inspirations drawn from her professional and personal experiences. She believes there is no limit to human depravity and for man to gain the ability to redeem himself, he must first come face to face with his own demons.
Eldritch Press is proud to be able to bring you the second installment of John Grant's surrealistic homage to the late Ed McBain's police procedurals. The first novella in this occasional series, The City in These Pages, was released in hardcover in 2008 by PS Publishing. The Pincus & Moto stories -- there are more in the pipeline -- are John's way of honoring the influence McBain has had on his own writing. It is an honor to bring you "A Different Sort of Dead," and we truly hope you enjoy it.
To read his story just click on the drop down link John Grant under the Online Stories Tab above.