Happy release day for The Network People. Save 20% this weekend only. Use coupon code MEMORIALS in our store. This offer is good until May 28th 8:00 PM EST. (page from an Elizabeth von Dracula comic in the background).
On May 26th, we will offer a dose of divine transgressive fiction by Bob Freville. Ever read a story which could make an angel cry? Oh, have you? Well, how about tales which could make a demon cry? Featuring 50 full-page illustrations by Nicholaus Patnaude. Pre-order available now.
Bonespin Slipspace (PHP – 002) by Leo X. Robertson (with interior illustrations by Thuy Vi Pham) & a cover by Marc Molino is available for purchase at our store.
In Bonespin Slipspace, all is not what it seems. Rudy and Tammy may have made the biggest mistake of their lives by accepting an invitation to Blackburn’s manor to party with the depraved Manorites. Head-games, ghoulish hallucinations, and disturbing memories lurk around every corner of the psychic and physical labyrinth that is The Manor Experience. Rudy and Tammy may never get out alive, but, in Blackburn’s world, even death may no longer offer the familiar escape. Give Rimbaud an x-ray machine. Tie up and gag Baudelaire. Introduce Poe to bondage. Do you dare enter the realm of Bonespin Slipspace?
Or enter to win Bonespin Slipspace by Leo X. Robertson with illustrations by Thuy Vi Pham and a devastating cover by Marc Molino. The experience of reading it has been called “the closest I’ve come to a transcendent home in literature” by one early reader and “something like David Lynch, Dante, Andre Breton, Stephen King, Georges Bataille and the Marquis de Sade hanging out on acid in a forgotten corner of Videodrome cyberspace where the fairground has come to town” by another.
“G. Arthur Brown is at the forefront of a new generation of writers. One of my favorites.”
–– Brian Keene, best-selling author of The Complex and The Rising
“G. Arthur Brown–already respected as a syntactically immaculate weaver of tales both comical and absurd–now ventures into the darkness to deliver us the strange and unsettling horrors of Governor of the Homeless.”
— Jeremy Robert Johnson, author of Skullcrack City
Psychedelic Horror Press is exclusively devoted to publishing a new genre entitled Psychedelic Horror.
We will publish only 1 lettered (26 copies) run of your book.
Your book will not be sold in bookstores or through online retailers. It will only be sold in our shop on Storenvy.
Your book will not be assigned an ISBN.
We will write the copyright sign and your name beside the year it is published, but we will not formally copyright it beyond that.
Length: 5,000-20,000 words
Please follow standard manuscript guidelines as outlined here.
We pay a flat rate of 50 dollars (USD) per accepted story or novella.
We ask for exclusive rights for 1 year. After this time, you may republish your story elsewhere but we ask that you mention Psychedelic Horror Press published it first.
There will be no ebooks.
My wife and I will be responsible for the art and design of your book. If you would prefer to use your own art or to use a different artist’s work who will not charge a fee, we can discuss that. However, be forewarned: we have very particular aesthetic sensibilities.
If your work gets rejected, it is most likely because we do not consider it a work of Psychedelic Horror. You will not receive specific feedback about your story. Don’t feel discouraged. You can find a more suitable home for it.
Books and writers we like that could be considered Psychedelic Horror:
The Blind Owl by Sadegh Hedayat
Like A Velvet Glove Cast in Iron by Daniel Clowes
X’ed Out, The Hive, and Sugar Skull by Charles Burns
The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch by Phillip K. Dick
Winterwood by Patrick McCabe
Period by Dennis Cooper
Movies we like that could be considered Psychedelic Horror:
Mulholland Drive (2001)
Brain Dead (1990)
The Lords of Salem (2012)
Santa Sangre (1989)
The Shining (1980)
This Night I’ll Possess Your Corpse (1967)
please send story submissions in .doc or .docx format to psychedelichorrorpress at gmail dot com with the subject “[“Your Story Title”] – [Your Last Name]”
Please include your favorite work of Psychedelic Horror.
Please include a brief bio as you would like to see it printed.
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We look forward to your submissions and publishing your work!