Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, We have been tremendously humbled by the support of our readers and authors over the past year. Thanks to your support, we are excited to make this announcement detailing our plans for the future of Gehenna and Hinnom Books. While we hope to publish all of these titles, some of … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: NEW LOGO REVEAL AND RELEASE SCHEDULE FOR 2018
Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, 2017 was the birth year of this company, the starting point of what would become a venture that grew in ways we never imagined possible. Back in April, we opened our doors. Our first call for submissions was for the Year's Best Body Horror 2017 Anthology. The volume of authors who … Continue reading 2017 in Review: Gehenna & Hinnom Books Summation
Greetings from the Ether, We are proud to announce that Hinnom Magazine Issue 004 is live! New fiction from Peter Rawlik, Leah Bond, Joshua Chaplinsky, Seras Nikita, G.D. Watry, Nick Manzolillo, Timothy G. Huguenin, Caleb Stephens, Drew Nicks, MarieAnn C. Raguso, and Tom Lund! Our interview with John Langan and our review of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: Hinnom Magazine Issue 004 is live! Paperback and E-book Available
Greetings from the Ether, The immortal franchise of Star Wars has seen many highs and lows, between the original trilogy's achievements to the prequel trilogy's lackluster execution. One thing that has remained consistent with the series is the general consensus between audiences and critics. In The Last Jedi, a schism has occurred. Audiences are divided down the … Continue reading Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi: The Changing of the Guard — A Gehenna Post Review
Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, We are proud to announce the table of contents and cover of Hinnom Magazine Issue 004. The beautiful festive artwork is by Travis Holmes, who also worked on Issue 003 with us. The pre-orders for the e-book are live on Amazon as well. Celebrate Christmas with a dive into the weird. … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: COVER & TOC REVEAL/ E-BOOK PRE-ORDERS ARE LIVE! Hinnom Magazine Issue 004
Please read the submissions guidelines below. HINNOM MAGAZINE pays $55 for accepted stories over 3,000 words and $30 for stories under 3,000 words. Greetings from the Valley of Hinnom, With the amazing success of Hinnom Magazine during the year of 2017, we have decided to move onward with this publication and to make several big changes … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Hinnom Magazine 2018: Bi-Monthly Weird Fiction and Cosmic Horror
Greetings from the Nether Realm, As of today, all G&H publications will be $0.99 cents. This includes Hinnom Magazine Issue 001, Hinnom Magazine Issue 002, and the Year's Best Body Horror 2017 Anthology. Unfortunately, Hinnom Magazine 003 cannot be entered into promotions on Amazon until it is published, and to make up for this, the magazine will have a … Continue reading HALLOWEEN BLOWOUT SALE HAS BEGUN!
Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, We are excited to announce that the pre-order for the e-book of Hinnom Magazine Issue 003 is live! Let's make this a Halloween to remember. Thank you as always for stopping by and please make sure to follow us on social media for more updates!
Greetings from the Ether, We had announced a review for Blade Runner 2049 a couple days ago, following our review of the original, and after seeing the early showing. Our hesitation was based in the fact that this film needed time to digest. The film was breathtaking, mind-boggling, and possibly one of the most beautiful movies … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: Modern Struggles of a Visual Masterpiece
Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, In anticipation for the long-awaited sequel Blade Runner 2049 (which we will be reviewing later on tonight!), and the upcoming Transhuman Anthology, we wanted to delve into the classic film from Ridley Scott that started it all. Nevertheless, let the review commence! Based in a dystopian world, Blade Runner Rick Deckard (Harrison … Continue reading Blade Runner (1982): Do Replicants Dream of White Unicorns? — A Gehenna Post Review