Brian Keene & J. F. Gonzalez sign with Deadite Press

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If you haven’t heard the news on Monday, hardcore horror writers Brian Keene and J. F. Gonzalez have signed with Eraserhead Press’s cult horror imprint Deadite Press. The press will be re-releasing multiple books by these authors, starting with Urban Gothic by Brian Keene and the first two books of the Clickers series by J. F. Gonzales, Mark Williams, and Brian Keene.

Keene is not only one of the coolest fucking writers out there in horror, he has also been one of the biggest supporters of my work and bizarro fiction in general for the past decade, so I’m really excited to see him working with Deadite Press. As many of you know, I design all the covers for Deadite (including the ones pictured above) and with these upcoming releases I hope to give these writers the badass presentation their work rightly deserves.

For more information, go to Brian Keene’s blog at: http://www.briankeene.com

For more information on this year’s Deadite Press releases, go here: http://deaditepress.com

In 2011, Deadite Press is going to kick some serious ass.

4 Responses to “Brian Keene & J. F. Gonzalez sign with Deadite Press”

  1. And take no fucking prisoners along the way bitches!!!

  2. Congratulations to everyone, and Carl, (is it Carl or Carlton?) those are some badass covers indeed. You done good.

  3. Really grateful to you for signing so many of these authors displaced by the recent implosion at Leisure. Wishing the press, and the writers, the best

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