Legend of Kill Creek Woods – Now Available!

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Now available from Comet Press.

Somewhere out in the woods an otherworldly creature born of fire and hate lurks. When the beast emerges, lusting for blood, all that stands between it and the nearby town is a grief-stricken farmer. Supernatural ferocity meets backwoods ingenuity in a horror fable of good versus evil. 

“From start to conclusion, LEGEND OF KILL CREEK WOODS by Brett Williams is a pulse pounding, intense reading experience. Well written and at times insightful, this is some hellish fun fiction to stand up and howl for!” —Benjamin Kane Ethridge, Bram Stoker Award winning author of BLACK & ORANGE and NOMADS 

A Comet Press Novella, approx. 75 printed pages.

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Third Eye High

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Summer, along with the other flower children in the Stoker commune, want to spread peace and love across Mother Earth. Now, with the discovery of special magic mushrooms and the help of an eons-distant god, they have the ability to bring their goal to fruition. First they must pay homage to the god with chaos, blood, and murder, while protecting their karma by wearing the skin of the dead.

From the warped mind of Brett Williams comes THIRD EYE HIGH, an erotic Lovecraftian tale of helter fucking skelter, man. Pry open your third eye April 7th. A Comet Press SeXfile of monstrous proportions. What a trip!

Available April 7th from Comet Press SeXFiles.

Genres: Dark crime, weird, horror, monstrous, erotica

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Long Distance Drunks: A Tribute to Charles Bukowski


  1. [Introduction] Finding the Truth After 20 Years of Madness by Victor Paul Alvarez

  2. The Killers by Eli Wilde

  3. Heavenly Cure for a Dripping Cock by T. Fox Dunham

  4. A Scarecrow, Unlabeled by William Barker

  5. Shackjob by Brett Williams­ 🙂

  6. Something from a Bad Night in a Bad Month in Philly ‘06 by Jonathan Balog

  7. The Market-Frankford Line by Jonathan Balog

  8. Drowning Butterfly by Gabino Iglesias

  9. Desires Are Nourished by Delays by Craig Wallwork

  10. Zero by S. MacLeod

  11. Without Face by Michael Bailey

  12. Behind the Bar by Will Viharo

  13. The Other Kind of Workshop by Jacob Haddon

  14. Misanthropy by Teri Louise Kelly

  15. Sensitive Boys by Joe Clifford

  16. Turk and Taylor by Tom Pitts

  17. A Corndog for the Almighty God by John Mitchel

  18. 4 Ditties Involving Skiff by Kyle Hemmings

  19. Every Few Months in the Obituaries by Justin Hyde

  20. The Ten Month Drunk by Jay Wilburn

  21. The Meat Man by Vincenzo Bilof

  22. Herniated Roots by Richard Thomas

  23. Bukowski by Justin Hyde

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High Octane Damnation

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James McGuire is drowning his sorrows at the bar when a stranger offers him the unimaginable. The keys to his dream car and the opportunity to redirect his anger at the man who killed his family. But revenge is only the first stop on the highway to hell.

“If you liked Stephen King’s ‘Christine’ then you’ll love the way this sexy Devil’s ride burns up the road. Brett Williams is hell on wheels.” —Randy Chandler, author of HELLz BELLz and BAD JUJU

“Offensive, preposterous, blood-soaked and sex-fueled, HIGH OCTANE DAMNATION is over-the-top, full-throttle, no-apologies grindhouse crammed with more action than this sentence has adjectives.” —Alan Ryker, author of THE HOARD

Now available from Comet Press

Genres: Dark crime, horror, pulp

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