Deadman’s Tome LIVE @ 10PM CST

Mr. Deadman interviews David Wright, author of Babel Frequency – a short, dark and horrific depiction of a society robbed of all memory, and talks about his upcoming work, inspiration, and other projects. https://www.spreaker.com/embed/player/standard?episode_id=8848888&autoplay=false Stick around for the post show at 11PM as Mr. Deadman interviews LK Scott, author of Snoflower – a horrific short about an infidelity of a different, colder sort. https://www.spreaker.com/embed/player/standard?episode_id=8849179&autoplay=false Access … Continue reading Deadman’s Tome LIVE @ 10PM CST

I See Your Night, and Raise You Hell by Charles Gramlich

  I was crossing the University of Arkansas campus at Fayetteville with my wife, Rachel, when a young male student approached us and said something weird. It was Saturday and there weren’t many people around. Just a few moments before, I’d found one of those squirt-flowers like clowns often wear. It lay on the ground like a yellow sunflower with a tube and squeeze bulb … Continue reading I See Your Night, and Raise You Hell by Charles Gramlich

Horror Movie Horrors – The Muckman Commentary

Some movies are so bad that they’re good, while others try hard to be bad to be good. Muckman is an indie horror monster film that knows its bad for the sake of being bad. Sounds redundant? Well, so is majority of the cast in this film. Muckman is a horror film with a body count of zero, a nude count of zero, and a … Continue reading Horror Movie Horrors – The Muckman Commentary

Touch Me, I’m Sick by Mark Slade

  It was never about love for Mike and Carrie. It was always about sex. Where ever they found themselves, the attraction was so strong that they couldn’t keep their hands off of each other. Dropping their kids off to school, Carrie would climb into Mike’s Classic ’66 Dart and they would pull around the school—behind the chain link fence where the baseball diamond was … Continue reading Touch Me, I’m Sick by Mark Slade

Snowed In by Matt Michaelis

    “Any change?” She didn’t answer.  Not because she was trying to assess the situation, but because any answer would be admitting that it was hopeless.  The snow piled against the windows, and there was no sign of it melting.  They still had a small woodpile in the house, and the chimney was blessedly uncovered, so they had a little heat, even though the … Continue reading Snowed In by Matt Michaelis

The Vampire Nymph by Jim Lee

Join the Deadman’s Tome Fan Club In the traditional myths taught before the Revolution changed so much, Nymphs were minor Goddesses who manifested themselves in human form as lovely, innocent and above all unattainable maidens. So to my adoring eyes seemed Dominique Benoit! Cascades of soft brown hair framed a fair-complexioned face which showed a slight degree of north-south angularity—just sufficient, to my way of … Continue reading The Vampire Nymph by Jim Lee