Psyche and Specter

“Chris Moran’s Psyche and Specter is a work that eats its own afterbirth and spits the rind right back on mom.” — Sean Kilpatrick, co-author of Anatomy Courses

BasedCon Book Sale

All Terror House e-books are on sale for $0.99 each through September 22.

Luminaria: Tales of Earth and Oran, Love and Revenge

“Reminiscent of Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49, Hannah searches through a world that doesn’t make sense, on a journey to read the tarot of the world, creating some semblance of order out of all of this chaos. Then we meet Natasha. And Lilly. And Adonai. Erolin. Farida. Jessica. Ith Daktar San. Mavis. Each of these unique characters forms the center of their own universe, their own place in the universe where space-time shifts, each its own shining Luminaria.” — Leslie D. Soule, author of Fallenwood and My Mentor, Death

Rhythm & Mucous

“These are touching pieces, full of pathos, and a great ending for this collection of strong narrative poems that tell stories of life as it is for a poet writing from out his experience, and not from theoretical understanding. A rich experience it is too, including mucus and other unpalatable effluvium, ugliness as well as beauty, laughter as well as tears: a sweet fragrance mixes with the stench here, on these pages, just as in life, in a dry inhospitable landscape like that of Schneider’s poetry, and everywhere else.” — Wayne F. Burke, author of Turmoil and Other Stories

The Insurrectionist

“The first novel to consider the topic of dystopia from a post-COVID perspective, The Insurrectionist is at its most arresting when it reflects on the chicanery of the language with which our real-world overlords engender inaction, surrender, and despair.” — Matthew Pegas, author of Dragon Day

Psyche and Specter Out Now: Buy it for 33% Off This Weekend Only

Terror House Press is pleased to announce the release of its 31st book: Psyche and Specter by Chris Moran, a poetry chapbook examining metaphysics, human consciousness, reality, and more. Sean Kilpatrick has described Psyche and Specter as "a work that eats its own...