Today's technology provides endless opportunity for talented writers outside the mainstream to find their voice. The singular goal of Post Mortem Press is to answer opportunity's call by providing an outlet for new and established writers of short fiction.
Our business model allows us to consider publishing works that may be overlooked by the mainstream. Unlike many other publishing concerns out there, we don't want anything from our authors other than their support in promoting their books. This process provides for a payoff for the author's creative sweat equity.
Meet Harry Powers, also known as Bluebeard, Mail Order Romeo/Don Juan, Slaughterhouse Harry, Human Tarantula, and Love Racketeer, one of the most enigmatic and until now, unstudied, sociopaths of the 20th century.
Modern society is maintained by a labor force of genetically altered zombies. Lisa has no concern for their treatment, until a lab experiment gone awry infects her with the zombie virus.
Saved by a radical drug treatment, Lisa is now one of the undead, unknowingly infected with a viral prototype that causes immortality.
As she struggles to regain her rights the creator seek her servitude.
This is not your ordinary Zombie Apocalypse.
Torn by life decisions, Marty struggles to discover his true nature in the worst of times. When devastation takes hold in Southern Illinois he finds himself contemplating how God has wronged him, the people he has lost and then found, and above all things the safety of his companions.
At twelve, Avery had everything: a boyfriend who was also her best friend, Martha's Vineyard as her playground, and her very own garden to tend. By thirteen, it was all over.
The discovery of a secret crypt in the basement starts the Norton family down many unexpected avenues, including one that leads to Avery's arrest and her imprisonment in the state lunatic asylum.
By Post Mortem Press
Published: October 9, 2011.
This book represents 15 of the best short stories published by Post Mortem Press in 2011. It also brings to the same pages the work of some of Post Mortem Press’ authors favorite and influential authors within the horror genre.
Includes short stories from Jack Ketchum, Jonathan Maberry, and F Paul Wilson.
By Post Mortem Press
Published: August 23, 2011.
Zombies are a common metaphor. A metaphor that’s closer to our reality than we care to admit. Inside this book you will find seventeen stories of personal loss set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse and painted in colors of blood red and nightmare black.