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, Just wanted to give everyone the heads up that the Year's Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology is live on Amazon in both paperback and e-book. It took a little longer than expected for the paperback to launch, due to some technical difficulties, which is why we're just now making this announcement. Thanks to … Continue reading EMBRACE TRANSCENDENCE: The Year’s Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology is LIVE!
Greetings from the Nether Realm, Lovecraft's influence has spread across nearly all forms of art, from literature to film. A field that his tentacled hands haven't been fully exposed to yet is that of comics. Yes, there are many series like Locke & Key or Alan Moore's Swamp Thing, that clearly hold inspiration. But Pete … Continue reading Lovecraftian Comics, Art, and Cartoons? Consider us in.
Greetings from the Ether, We are proud to announce the cover and table of contents reveal for the Year's Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology. The collection will be releasing on November 30th, a month from today. The e-book will be up for preorders by the 15th. Thank you to all of the authors who made this … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: COVER AND TABLE OF CONTENTS REVEAL — Year’s Best Transhuman SF 2017 Anthology
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 Ether, We are happy to announce that from the 25th-31st of October, we will discount all our titles to $0.99 on Amazon. We may have some difficulty running the promotion for Hinnom Magazine Issue 003, but rest assured, we will do our best to include the Halloween-themed issue in the lot. We advise … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT! Halloween Blowout Sale on G&H Publications
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
Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, We had high hopes for securing an introduction from an essential voice in body horror, and while that didn't pan out, the possibility of attaining an introduction for Volume II of the Year's Best Body Horror Anthology series from said voice looks likely for 2018. However, you don't have to be … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: An Introduction At Last
Greetings from the nether realm, We are excited to announce that the Body Horror Anthology is live for pre-order in digital formats! The release date is still set for September 30th for both print and e-book, and we are excited to unleash this behemoth into the world. Thank you to everyone who has helped us … Continue reading UPDATE: PRE-ORDERS FOR THE BODY HORROR ANTHOLOGY ARE LIVE ON AMAZON
Greetings from the Ether, In today's age of cinema, where anyone with a camera can make a film, it is easy to overlook and/or under-appreciate certain movies that entirely deserve more credit when considering what they effectively achieve. In this list, you will find 43 films that we felt are lacking in recognition and that … Continue reading 43 Underrated Films from the Darker Side of Cinema You’ve Probably Never Seen — A Gehenna Post Article