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Just in time for Halloween, Heath Lowrance starts a new series with Trestle Press called “Deadland, USA”. Here are the details:
“It's all over now. The world as we knew it is gone forever and there will be no future generations to read this. One ugly day in March the undead came and none of us were ready. How could we be? Within months, the entire planet was one writhing, bloody infestation, and all the governments, all the churches, all the great men of power and insight and wisdom, became as meaningless as the tinny tune of a broken music box.
So why do I bother to keep this journal? Good question. If there is no hope for tomorrow, why chronicle these events as I see them? Well, I'll tell you why.
It's the only thing that keeps me from going completely ape-shit insane.
Heath Lowrance is the author of the cult novel THE BASTARD HAND, as well as a short story collection called DIG TEN GRAVES. Currently, he's penning the horror-western series about the mysterious Hawthorne for Trestle Press (starting with "That Damned Coyote Hill"). His other stories have appeared (or will appear) at Crime Factory, Shotgun Honey, Pulp Metal, The Nautilus Engine, and others. He has been a movie theater manager, an office drone, a singer in a punk band, and a regular donor of blood for money. In forty-five years, he's engaged in a hundred year’s worth of anti-social behavior. Now he lives in a quiet neighborhood near Detroit, where he is continually trying to drag others down to his level. “