Conversation with Nuzo Onoh

Are you ready to learn about African Horror? Nuzo Onoh (A.K.A. “The Queen of African Horror”) meets with Mr. Deadman to talk about how she got into writing and story telling, her cultural influences, and all things African Horror! Listen to the show live this Friday at 9pm CST to send in questions. Leave your questions in the comment section and they’ll be asked. Can’t … Continue reading Conversation with Nuzo Onoh

Uxoricide by Bob McNeil

  During a Thursday, around 3:43AM, a female and male sauntered towards the driveway of her Spanish Colonial-styled mansion. The woman, Neala Desdemona Johnson, was blonde, in her thirties. Her appearance was comparable to the models found in Playboy. Her male counterpart, Rod Silverman, who was younger than she, favored an actor, Johnny Depp. In an attempt to convey his libidinousness, the male stopped and … Continue reading Uxoricide by Bob McNeil

An Identity For Sam Piles by Spinster Eskie

  I take the bus every morning to work. I mow lawns. It’s not a bad gig. I don’t have to talk much to people when landscaping, which I like, cuz I don’t like to talk much. I keep a low profile. I go home. I microwave cheese on top of Doritos and I watch my favorite medieval fantasy shows on Netflix. Sometimes I check … Continue reading An Identity For Sam Piles by Spinster Eskie

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If you follow Deadman’s Tome, then you should ask yourself why aren’t I a patreon? It only take a dollar.  Deadman’s Tome is an online horror zine that publishes dark gritty horror on weekly basis. This, of course, is only possible because of the dedicated work of the contributors. The featured authors have spent hours honing their craft to deliver truly terrifying stories. The sort … Continue reading Support Deadman’s Tome

A Corpse Can’t Laugh by Salem Martin and G. B. Holly

HORRGASM delivers six solid terrifying mix of horror and sex! DISCLAIMER: Deadman’s Tome is a dark and gritty horror zine that publishes content not suitable for children. The horror zine proudly supports the freedom of dark creative works and stands against censorship. Hardly any subject matter is too taboo for this horror zine. As a result, Deadman’s Tome may feature content your mother would not … Continue reading A Corpse Can’t Laugh by Salem Martin and G. B. Holly