Patrick Duffy Talks Man From Atlantis

A Podcast Interview with The Huffington Post Permuted Press author Patrick Duffy sits down with Huffington Post podcast Nostalgia Theater to discuss his career, memories of filming the science fiction series, and his book, Man From Atlantis released from Permuted Press in June 2016. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/zaki-hasan/nostalgia-theater-podcast_b_13176568.html

An Interview with Dawn Peers

Permuted: Hi Dawn! Thanks for chatting with us. Let’s start at the very beginning, will you tell us a little bit about yourself, what books you’ve written, etc? Dawn: Thanks, it’s great to talk to you! I live on the south coast of the UK, and work full time in IT. When not working, I write

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An Interview with Brian P. Easton

Permuted: Hi Brian! Thanks for chatting with us. Why don’t we start at the very beginning. Will you tell us a little bit about yourself, what books you’ve written, etc? Brian: Always a pleasure and thanks for inviting me. I’ve been writing pretty much since I was old enough to spell, and what began as a kid’s

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Paradise – An Exclusive Short Story

By Dev Jarrett Desert People, Desert Ghosts On page 17 of Casualties, one of the main characters is learning about the area of southern Arizona where he and his family are new arrivals. He sees that the area is home to some famous boomtowns of the Wild West, including Tombstone (of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and

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An Interview with Deborah D. Moore

Permuted: Hey, Deborah! Thanks for chatting with us. How about we start at the beginning, and you can introduce yourself to our readers. Deborah: I’ve always found it difficult to talk about myself, so bear with me.  I’m a mom to two incredible sons who are my best friends, and each one has gifted me with a

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Lighting the Dark Cosmos of Lovecraft and Howard

By Anthony Pryor These days, you can’t get away from HP Lovecraft or Robert E. Howard even if you want to. In bookstores, comic shops and convention dealer’s rooms you see them – lovingly restored editions of Howards’ tales, collections of Lovecraft-inspired fiction by a new generation of authors, graphic novels starring Conan the Barbarian,

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Realism in Zombie Fiction

Is it possible? By Brian Parker I’m not going to attempt to convince you that the proverbial zombie apocalypse can or can’t happen, that’s been debated by every fanboy and even legitimate science for years, if not decades. So let’s start with a statement of fact: Zombies, as depicted in popular fiction, don’t currently exist

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A Double Interview with R. L. and M. R. Reeves

Permuted Press: First things first: introduce yourselves! What books have you written, etc.? Rick Reeves: Well, my name is Rick Reeves and am a native of the great state of Texas: Fort Worth, actually.  I am a USAF vet and after moving around all of the country and one stint in the U.K., I ended up

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Giving Thanks. . .For Nightmares

By Christian Smith Thanksgiving is a strange middle-child holiday, sadly lacking in both the horror-show cachet of big brother Halloween and the candy cane magic of little sister Christmas. Established as a day to express gratitude for one’s blessings—in remembrance of a historical event of dubious authenticity—Thanksgiving has devolved in recent years into a day

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FEMA isn’t a Contingency Plan

By Mark Campbell When it comes to zombie fiction, one thing that seems to elude people in the United States is just how quickly our modern society can fall apart. For being a county that tends to question and scrutinize every action our leaders do, we seem to place an overwhelming amount of faith in

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