Devil’s Party Press LLC of Milton recently announced the formation of a new imprint called Gravelight Press.
The imprint will oversee the production and distribution of all Devil’s Party Press horror titles, including the award-winning Halloween Party anthology series and original novel-length works of horror.
Gravelight’s debut publication, “Exhumed: 13 Tales too Terrifying to Stay Dead,” is a collection of newly edited works previously published by Devil’s Party Press in various anthologies. This best-of compilation features tales from numerous award-winning authors including David W. Dutton of Delaware, Linda Rumney of British Columbia and Andrea Goyan of Los Angeles. “Exhumed” also features an original introduction penned by noted book critic Jeffrey D. Keeten of Dodge City, Kan.
Devil’s Party and Gravelight publisher Dianne Pearce said, “As we work to bring more literary works to Devil’s Party, it seemed only natural to form an imprint devoted to our horror releases, as both we and our readers are big fans of the genre.”
Gravelight will produce two new titles in the coming year: “Halloween Party 2021,” a biannual collection of short tales, and “Dark Harvest,” collecting the short horror fiction of R. David Fulcher of Ashburn, Va.
“Exhumed” retails for $9.99 and features original short fiction by 13 authors from the U.S. and Canada. It is available now at Amazon and select bookstores.
For more information, go to gravelightpress.com.