Independent publishing house Weirdpunk Books delivers demented horror stories based on the universes of the best fringe bands and directors.
Two of the horror genre’s best journalist have combined forces for the brand new book, Blood on Black Wax: Horror Soundtracks on Vinyl.
Mike Grell is a comic book industry legend: a craftsman that is both a noted writer and an accomplished artist in pencil, ink and paint that finally gets a career-spanning book that sheds light on an unparalleled career and life!
In this exclusive interview, TwoMorrow Publishing co-found and author John Morrow discusses his new book about the creative partnership between Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
Constant Readers in the United States and Canada can now download electronic versions of “This Dark Chest of Wonders: 40 Years of Stephen King’s ‘The Stand'”.
The Leftscape Podcast is still reeling from the results of the midterm elections, but take time to talk to Andy Burns regarding his book about ‘The Stand.’
On this episode of The Leftscape Podcast, Robin, Mary, and Wendy discuss the Kavanaugh hearings and turning the tumult into opportunities for healing.
Two new publications from The Quarto Group celebrate Dr. Fankenstein’s most famous creation in totally different yet equally beautiful ways.
The Leftscape interview honors Bisexual Awareness Week and Bi Visibility Month with a conversation with social activist, writer, artist, and secular minister Cedric Maurice.
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No sex, no drugs, but still rock and roll, the Straight Edge movement is covered from stem to stern in Tony Rettman’s latest book, ‘Straight Edge: A Clear-Headed Hardcore Punk History.’
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