Written as a soul song for longing, Knauf’s collection is both a dream and an awakening.
Knauf’s poetry is cinematic, creating vast landscapes and scenes, on bridges, between land and sky.
A love letter to Stephen King and Satan from a new and exciting voice in horror
The Last Broadcast and The Blair Witch Project stand together as DIY visions of a better way for Americans to make horror films
We love Carnivàle and October is the perfect time to reminisce about this incredible show full of darkness and light and everything in between.
Books to chill your bones & twist your minds from CLASH Books
From the creator of Carnivàle and writer/executive producer of Blacklist, comes a poetry collection from a cult-icon.
Part of me knows it’s nonsense, but part of me really wants to believe, grasping at the straws of coincidence, or accuracy.
“As expected, they are pretty awesome and it’s a fascinating and entertaining look at the cult-icon of weird’s work.”
He Has Many Names by Drew Chial is a fresh spin on the Faustian bargain, a deal with the devil story in the age of artistic desperation.
Miranda’s blade cut one of the flapping wings, and she felt the salty warm blood drops touch to her mouth like rain.
Maybe it started as an obligation to the U.S. government, but I’d like to think our relationship has progressed beyond that.
TRAGEDY QUEENS is an anthology of stories inspired by two of my favorite muses. I have always been drawn to dark feminine archetypes.
Is there a Satanic conspiracy, is it all a desperate author’s insanity, or is it something else entirely?
Which is your muse? Plath, Lana, or both?
Donald Duck would never do such a thing, place a pistol to his temple while grinning like a maniac.
In the city where I live, I hang posters of her face on concrete walls and bus-stop shelters. We cannot forget.
“We talked about life and writing in the same way that poets talk about love: straight forward and with no bullshit.”
CLASH BOOKS has your Valentine’s Day covered with two juicy new releases!
“There is something spicy & sensual about the warm taste of ginger on your tongue.”
“It’s a creepy yarn that opens with a birth scene and ends with you losing your whole fucking mind.”
“Born and raised in a small harbor town in the south of Ireland, Kealan Patrick Burke knew from a very early age that he was going to be a horror writer.”
“Haneke reminds us that humans are all damaged shitbags.”
“Imagine if David Lynch produced a gritty, raw, live-action JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH.”
“I said dance, pendejo!”
“You just have to stare at a screen and let the monsters come at you.”
“Why the fuck did they make another movie about evil children.”
It was possibly the funkiest and most relaxed interview setting I’ve ever been in.
Her smile was sharp and immediate; her eyes were twin voids.
How did my pain get so big?
LET’S GET WITCHY!
“TRAGEDY QUEENS is an anthology that brings together two powerful muses.”
“Sorry KatyCats, I think I might have just switched alliances.”
Take a trip to the METAL side of LIT
“Being on this podcast made me feel like I fell into some weird Loony Tunes wormhole.”
“Saw Nunslaughter cut open a dead deer, dump buckets of blood, and throw a pig’s head off the stage for the audience to kick around in the mosh pit.”
“I am compelled to tell stories.”
“I dreamt about Lola at night.”
“If you enjoy surrealistic Bizarro fiction with a heart too big to contain within its pages, then this is the collection for you.”
“I do not control people’s boner.”
“I still have the yellowed newspaper clipping, the piece of evidence, and the skull wrapped up in an old box in the back of my personal files.”
“I felt like I was outside myself as well as inside.”
“The first entry in the crime trinity, starring Thomas Speed, Ivana Bellorado, and Mike Mike, written by Joel Amat Güell and Jayme Karales, and directed by Jayme Karales, is now online. “
“I try to meditate on talking bats and planets made of chocolate as much as possible, so that my ratio of bizarre to boring will tip further into the strange.”
“Maybe New Orleans is like a drug, an opium-induced dreamspace.”
“Never in all my years of watching cinema have I been so simultaneously perplexed and unnerved by a film.”
“In the mid 1970s, record stores and radio stations around the country started receiving copies of a 12-inch single.”
“The first reported incident of death caused by the soda was in January of 2011.”
“CLASH wants your creepy stories!”
“So. I’ll just say it. Elves. Is it true that you all really believe in them?”
“Screams filled the kitchen of the frat house.”
“What starts as a dare among friends, becomes an encounter with the otherworldly, the horrific.”
“BONED is a sexy, strange, and heartfelt story about fighting for what you love, no matter how insane the obstacles and how bizarre the stakes.”
“She rides that mushroom pole and flips upside down, with her legs spread high above her head. Her big blue eyes and red lips are innocence and corruption made flesh.”
“The cameraman wore a black suit with white gloves and a shiny red shirt. A large, handheld video camera obscured his face. The lens pointed right at me.”
“Though the novel is heavy and chock-full of moments that ache, it isn’t without hope.”