Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, Artist David Dawkins recently provided Gehenna & Hinnom Books with the new cover for Plane Walker's mass market trade paperback edition, as can be seen here. David is an amazing talent with a wide variety of styles and abilities when it comes to his art. Recently, Mr. Dawkins asked if he … Continue reading Early Concept Art for the Body Horror Anthology Cover by David Dawkins
(This review is brought to you by the hope that you will explore our submissions call for our 2017 Body Horror Anthology. And on the topic of body horror, check out our Quick History of Body Horror Cinema article.) Greetings from Ulthar, If you are a horror fanatic, and you keep up with horror film … Continue reading The Void (2016): Body Horror Review Series Chapter 1
In anticipation for the Year's Best Body Horror 2017 Anthology, we at Gehenna & Hinnom want to present a series of articles highlighting the history and impact of the genre of Body Horror. First, let's define the genre. According to Wikipedia: Body horror, biological horror, organic horror or visceral horror is horror fiction in which the … Continue reading A Quick History of Body Horror in Cinema
Greetings from the Netherworld, This site was only formed two days ago. We have already had a lot of activity and I am excited to see where it takes us in the future. Several months ago, I had an online interview with Lovecraftian scholar S.T. Joshi. At the time of the interview, I wanted to … Continue reading When We Get 1,000 Views, S.T. Joshi Interview Will Be Uploaded
Greetings from the Ether, The first anthology of Gehenna & Hinnom will be published in late-September of 2017. It will feature only the most disturbing and horrifying body horror tales readers have ever read. The challenge is up to you, the authors. How strange is your narrative capable of being? How morose is your prose? … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Visceral Horror Anthology, “Year’s Best Body Horror”
Embrace the Mortuenoch in this twisted vision that will be the cover of C.P. Dunphey's 2017 short story collection. Lidenskaap . . . what does it mean? It's Norwegian for "passion."