Language Police and Drunk Reading!

Tonight at 10PM CST, Mr. Deadman will talk about the incoming wave of language police and what it could mean for the free expression. Mr. Deadman will also partake in a drunk reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s Black Cat! Mr. Deadman will take a shot for each patron of Deadman’s Tome. Become a patron by following this link https://www.patreon.com/deadmanstome   Continue reading Language Police and Drunk Reading!

My Favorite Author is Racist, What does that mean?

When exploring the works of classic literary icons, it would not be uncommon for the reader to awe at the craftsmanship. It would also not be uncommon for the reader to experience an emotional response, and then to even begin idolizing the author. But then comes the discovery that the author behind the beautiful prose and the emotional resonance was a racist, misogynist, anti-Semite, or … Continue reading My Favorite Author is Racist, What does that mean?

A Lovecraft Tribute

H. P. Lovecraft died  on March 15th, 1937, leaving behind a legacy that would take off and inspired many of the known modern horror writers of today. To pay tribute to his legacy, Deadman’s Tome put together an issue dedicated to the racist Rhode Islander and the Cthulhu Mythos he left behind. Deadman’s Tome presents The Ancient Ones. The issue releases on March 1st for … Continue reading A Lovecraft Tribute

Why H.P. Lovecraft Racism is not Surpising

H. P. Lovecraft was born on August 20th, 1890 and died on March 15th, 1937. He was born in a country that two decades ago was coming out of a Reconstruction, a country that three decades ago still had stated that exercised slavery. A country where half of it practiced Jim Crow laws because black and whites sharing the same space was seen as abhorrent. … Continue reading Why H.P. Lovecraft Racism is not Surpising

Let’s Flirt with the Dead With R. A. Goli

This Friday at 10PM CST, R. A. Goli joins Mr. Deadman to discuss her dark erotic horror titled Flirting With The Dead. A story about the dangers of trying to engage in spectrophilia (ghost sex). Think the movie Ghost but with a manipulative and violent Patrick Swayze. In addition to exploring R. A. Goli’s work and inspiration, we’ll also explore the topic of spectrophilia.   … Continue reading Let’s Flirt with the Dead With R. A. Goli