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Support Deadman’s Tome

Deadman’s Tome, an online horror magazine that publishes horror and dark fiction practically daily, is steadily growing. I thank all the readers and writers that make the growth of this dark corner of the net possible, but there is a reality. Deadman’s Tome, in order to thrive, needs your support in another way. I ask of you to become a patron. All it takes is ONE DOLLAR and you’re a patron.

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Why? Why support the Tome?

  • Advertising isn’t cheap
  • Support the costs associated with running the zine
  • improve podcast
  • increase pay rates for the writers
  • because quality is rarely free

What do you get in return? Well, besides that warm feeling of knowing that you support an online magazine?

  • Support the awareness of the magazine
  • Support the authors and other contributors
  • Get access to exclusive content
  • Get FREE stuff such as a Deadman’s Tome T- Shirt and anthologies

If just a fraction of the followers contributed a dollar, the zine would be able to offer even MORE content than what it currently does. The site could use audio versions of the stories, more stories, artwork, and a larger presence on YouTube!

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Always Drink and Read

There is hardly anything like a great drink to compliment a good story. I’ve said before to another horror author, Kelly Evans, that when I read that I have a thing for drinking or eating something that pairs with it. What do I mean, exactly?

When I read American Psycho, I prefer to drink a glass of J&B on the rocks. Why? Have you read American Psycho? It’s okay if you haven’t, but knowing that it’s focus on materalistic wallstreet yuppies doing what 80’s wallstreet yuppies were known to do: coke, hookers and scotch.

When I read Lovecraft, I prefer to drink a glass of absinthe. Nothing like chasing that green fairy while you’re navigating H.P. Lovecrafts allusive and amorphous descriptors. Don’t worry, you’re not going to see Cthulhu or anything like that, but you might get a certain urge to do his bidding.

When I read Beowulf, I like to do it with a glass of mead. If I had a Viking horn I would totally drink it out of that. I tend to pull out Beowulf in those moments when the power goes out and the house is lit with candle light. Does that make me a fucking pretentious hipster? I don’t know and don’t care. It’s about capitalizing on a moment that would best compliment the story being told!

Am I the only one that likes to pair his reading with a prefered drink or even food of choice? Let me know in the comments section below.