Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Pill Hill Press Authors on Page Readers

Page Readers welcomes the opportunity to work with Publishers to promote their authors.  We've had the honor to interview authors from these fine publishers.


We are a small, independent publisher specializing in horror, suspense, dark fantasy and science fiction. We bought a "haunted house" in 2007 in Western Nebraska and decided to convert part of the old, spooky Victorian into a small press that celebrates speculative fiction.


We are interested in authors new and seasoned, young and old, and anywhere in between.

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Pill Hill Press
343 W 4th St
Chadron, NE 69337
Fax: (308) 432-0473
pillhillpress@gmail.com

Pill Hill Press Authors who have appeared on Page Readers:

Another great interview today on Page Readers with my guest Martin T. Ingham who shared with us his latest novel, "The Guns of Mars".



Martin is a fantastic story teller, bringing together his talent of writing good technical details and using real scientific data gathered by Nasa to place this story on Mars. He also brings back one of his favorite characters from past stories, Morgan Asher and puts him into yet another fast paced adventure.

Visit the official Martin T. Ingham website to learn more about "The Guns of Mars", and all of Martins work.

Thank you Martin, for joining me on Page Readers!


Eric S Brown is a 35 year old author living in North Carolina with his wife and son. He has been called "The King of the Zombies" by places like Dread Central and was featured in the book Zombie CSU: The Forensics of the Living Dead as an expert on the genre.Eric joined me on Page Readers to discuss his latest release from Pill Hill Press, How the West Went to Hell.  He writes an ongoing column on the world of comic books for Abandoned Towers magazine and was part of the giant zombie collaborative effort from Pill Hill Press entitled Undead, Kansas (available winter 2010).




Gerald Costlow lives in Michigan, USA, surrounded by his wife and dogs and grandchildren. He has had numerous short stories published in magazines, anthologies, and webzines. This is his first published novel but definitely not the last. Gerald joined me on Page Readers to discuss his novel The Weaving.




  Matthew Moses is a graduate of Indiana University who has been published in several research publications. He also has a prior novel, Anti-Christ: A Satirical End of Days. He currently resides in Southern Indiana after four years spent between California, Europe, and South Africa. Eric joined me on Page Readers to discuss his book "Proxies of Fate".




Nye Joell Hardy is a science fiction and fantasy author and the food safety manager for one of the largest produce companies on the planet. She lives with her husband Chris and two wacky Shelties in those golden hills of central coastal California, with lots of attendant oaks, pines, eucalyptus, fog, and birds that shamelessly steal dog food. She is working on her next novel. Visit her website at nye-joell-hardy.livejournal.com and say “Hi!” Nye joined me on Page Readers to discuss her novel "The Crows of Bedu"



For the Anthology "Ruthless, An Extreme Shock Horror Collection" I was joined by Editor-in-Chief, Jessy Roberts and Editor Shane McKenzie, as well as a few of the contributing authors to talk about the collection

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