Grind Pulp Press
Inspired by the fun stories you can only find in the e-book world we present the ¥100 Digi-Trash series of digital pulp books.
From the desk of Andrew Crevier:
About a year ago I found myself struggling through an author's e-book (I won't say the author's name here, but you might hear it on a drunken podcast or in conversation). I picked it up because it was free, because it was a short zombie story, and because I already had an idea of what I was getting myself into. The thing was written so bad that it was a struggle to figure out what was going on. It was like a puzzle box. And that was what made me want to release it, or at least something that was almost as raw and three times as crazy. It made me wonder if there could be an audience for this type of story in the same way there is an audience for wild b-movies.
These sentiments, VHS videos, and shock cinema are what the ¥100 Digi-Trash collection of e-books is all about. Fast and furious short stories worth every yen spent. Our first title in this series will be Japan of the Dead by Thurman Gallows.
Cover art for each title will capture the feel of what you could expect from something called ¥100 Digi-Trash.