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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on February 17, 2020 by grindhousepress

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#061 – Cocksucker by Lucas Milliron

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The tale of two families . . .

Freddy Trujillo is on the worst vacation of his life. After a rejected proposal, Freddy cheats on his boyfriend and must salvage the rest of the trip with his sister and her boyfriend.

Meanwhile, something has killed all Jim Walker’s chickens. Once the sun sets, he and his son, Clive, hunt for the creature that drained the fowl. Clive is attacked by wild pigs. A needle-fanged, hairless monster comes to Clive’s rescue and he names her Cooter, keeping her a secret, not knowing she’s a chupacabra.

Jim takes Clive on a snake hunt to recoup the cost of the lost chickens but the two are attacked by Curious Ol’ Bob, a bisexual skunk ape, and they barely make it out alive.

Freddy and his family are camping in the same everglades and it’s up to Clive and Cooter to save them from Curious Ol’ Bob.

SAVAGE MOUNTAIN ebook pre-orders are now available.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on February 8, 2020 by grindhousepress

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You can now pre-order the ebook of Savage Mountain by John Quick. Publication date is set for March 2, 2020.

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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 8, 2020 by grindhousepress

Worst Laid Plans PROMO

Call for Submissions

Worst Laid Plans: An Anthology of Vacation Horror

Grindhouse Press seeks short stories about summer vacations gone wrong for its upcoming horror fiction anthology, Worst Laid Plans: An Anthology of Vacation Horror, edited by Samantha Kolesnik. Summer vacation is often romanticized as a time of joy, but sometimes even the best laid plans go awry. Send in your horrifying tales for consideration in Grindhouse Press’s first-ever horror anthology.


●All submissions must be in the horror genre.

●No simultaneous submissions. All submitters will be notified of acceptance or rejection by June 1, 2020 at the latest.

●Submissions must not have been previously published anywhere. This includes personal blogs and social media.

●Submissions must be in standard manuscript format and submitted as an attached MS Word document or Google doc.

●Only one submission per author allowed.

●We welcome fiction which is bold, risky and graphic if it’s in service of the story.

Submissions should be emailed to grindhouseanthologies@gmail.com with the name of the author and the title of the story in the email subject line. Please include in the body of the email a brief author bio (2-4 sentences), and submission word count.

Payment: $0.01/word + 1 print contributor copy
Length: 2,000 – 6,000 words
Deadline: May 15th, 2020 or until filled

Happy Publication Day!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 3, 2020 by grindhousepress

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#060 – Luciferin by J. Peter W.

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In the small town of Luciferin, there is no sun. There never has been. And the night skies are filled with thousands of fireflies.

Daniel and his girlfriend have to call off their beach vacation to travel back to Daniel’s home town of Luciferin. The live-in nurse that cares for his elderly parents has disappeared. When they arrive, they find his parents have aged rapidly and seem to have gone mad.

When Daniel spots a teenage girl standing in the yard, he makes the mistake of inviting her in. He quickly realizes the girl’s intentions are far from innocent and calls his sister for help. The siblings wonder if the teenager isn’t involved with the abandoned Lucid Light factory, the children who’ve disappeared, and why all the adults in town look much older than they really are.

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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on January 30, 2020 by grindhousepress

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#060 – The Fucking Zombie Apocalypse by Bryan Smith

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New from the Splatterpunk Award-winning author of KILL FOR SATAN! and DEPRAVED.

Our story this time around involves a guy named Phil. Phil went on an epic bender last night after breaking up with Crazy Sue. And now he’s waking up with the mother of all hangovers. But that’s the good news. Crazy Sue has called and left a message. She has Phil’s hamster, George the Magnificent, and she’s threatening to squash George if Phil doesn’t come back to her. She gives him an hour to make his way back across town to her place. Still in a drunken daze, Phil bolts from his bed and heads outside, at which point he runs headfirst into yet another complication–the fucking zombie apocalypse has started.

But Phil loves his rodent buddy and he means to get to Crazy Sue’s place–whatever it takes.

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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on January 15, 2020 by grindhousepress

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#058 – True Crime by Samantha Kolesnik

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Suzy and her brother, Lim, live with their abusive mother in a town where the stars don’t shine at night. Once the abuse becomes too much to handle the two siblings embark on a sordid cross-country murder spree beginning with their mom. As the murder tally rises, Suzy’s mental state spirals into irredeemable madness.

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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on January 4, 2020 by grindhousepress

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#057 – The Cycle by John Wayne Comunale

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Beth is ready to move out and be on her own when she suddenly inherits a house from her Aunt Agnes who she’s only met once. Her mother is vague about the relationship the sisters had but decides to let Beth move into the house alone. It starts with bad dreams and mild auditory hallucinations. Then, the hallucinations become more than auditory. Something is happening to Beth and she believes the explanation lays in the cryptic journals she finds in the house. Meanwhile she’s yet to go in the basement and the forest is closing in around her. She thought she was ready to be on her own. She thought her mother supported her. She thought her Aunt was dead.