Blood Splattered and Politically Incorrect

Blood Splattered and Politically Incorrect

  • Author: James, Keene, Monteleone, and Thomas
  • Pub. Date: December 10, 2010
  • Status: Out of Print

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Blood Splattered and Politically Incorrect
a signed Limited Edition glossy chapbook featuring Del James, Brian Keene, Thomas F. Monteleone, and Lee Thomas

About the Chapbook:
These stories are blood splattered and politically incorrect... Can you handle them?

Table of Contents:
"Sick Puppy" by Del James
"A Revolution of One" by Brian Keene
"Real Gun Control is Hitting What You Aim At" by Thomas F. Monteleone
"Testify" by Lee Thomas

Note from the Publisher:
This chapbook has a GLOSSY cover like Sepsis by Graham Masterton, Wetware by Kevin Quigley, or Tales Too Extreme for Cemetery Dance and is not part of the promotional chapbook line.

About the Authors:
Brian Keene is the author of over twenty books, including Darkness on the Edge of Town, Kill Whitey, Urban Gothic, Castaways, Dead Sea, Ghoul, Unhappy Endings and many more. He also writes comic books such as The Last Zombie and Dead of Night: Devil Slayer. His work has been translated into German, Spanish, Polish, French and Taiwanese. Several of his novels and stories have been optioned for film, one of which, The Ties That Bind, premiered on DVD in 2009 as a critically-acclaimed independent short. Keene’s work has been praised in such diverse places as The New York Times, The History Channel, The Howard Stern Show,, Publishers Weekly, Fangoria Magazine, and Rue Morgue Magazine.

Del James is an American musician, writer, journalist, and artist. His groundbreaking short story collection The Language of Fear features an introduction by Axl Rose and the short story “Without You,” said to be the inspiration for the Guns N' Roses video November Rain. He has interviewed Keith Richards, Alice Cooper, Ronnie Wood, Kiss, The Cult, Guns N' Roses, and countless others. He has also directed music videos for bands like Guns N' Roses and Soul. He has co-written songs with groups such as Testament, ("So Many Lies", "Return to Serenity", "The Ritual" and "Dog Faced Gods"), TNT, Ricky Warwick, Stan Lynch, Rhett Forrester, Dizzy Reed, The Almighty and Guns N' Roses, including "The Garden" and "Yesterdays," from the band's Grammy nominated Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II albums. Del James is also credited as the project coordinator for Live Era '87-'93, the Guns N' Roses live album.

Thomas F. Monteleone has been a professional writer since 1972 and is a four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award. He has published more than 100 short stories in numerous magazines and anthologies. His stories have been nominated for many awards, and have appeared in lots of best-of-the-year compilations. His notorious column of opinion and entertainment, The Mothers and Fathers Italian Association, currently appears in Cemetery Dance magazine. He is the editor of seven anthologies, including the highly acclaimed Borderlands series edited with his wife, Elizabeth, of which Borderlands 5 won a Bram Stoker Award in 2003.

Lee Thomas is the award-winning author of Stained, Parish Damned, Damaged, and The Dust of Wonderland. In addition to numerous magazines, his short fiction has appeared in the anthologies A Walk on the Darkside (Roc), Unspeakable Horror (Dark Scribe), Wilde Stories 2008: The Best of the Year’s Gay Speculative Fiction (Lethe Press), and Inferno (Tor), among others. He has won both the Bram Stoker Award and the Lambda Literary Award. Writing as Thomas Pendleton and Dallas Reed, he is the author of the novels, Mason, Shimmer, and The Calling, from HarperTeen. Lee currently lives in Austin, TX, where he's working on a number of projects.

Published as:
• Signed Limited Edition Chapbook with a glossy cover limited to just 750 copies signed by all of the authors ($15)