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Cover Reveal: Embrace the Hideous Immaculate

Back of the Book: Embrace the Hideous Immaculate is an excursion through nightmarish landscapes, vast alien terrains and shallow earthly trenches. Within these realms of darkness await outer space monstrosities, ancient undead goddesses, serial killer prophets, and revenants from the Deep South and South Pacific. Bram Stoker Award nominee, Chad Hensley, pushes the reader face first off a cliff and into the bottomless, abyssal plain where vast horrors lurk underground in cities made from infant bones. In a collection that marries literary and contemporary horror, Hensley uses gothic subtext with a modern spin to send the living to the grave while the dead rise and walk the streets. The poetry contained in Embrace the Hideous Immaculate is unflinching and grotesque, mixing gore and depravity with verse that is both evocative and illuminating as noted by renowned Lovecraftian author and scholar Wilum H. Pugmire’s insightful introduction. Meet the Author: A crafted reporter


Greetings my patients! Today, I want to introduce you all to Chad Hensley. When I first read Chad's manuscript last year, I was immediately drawn to the Lovecraftian, gothic feel of his poetry. It's been a pleasure working with him as an editor--not to mention a lot of fun--and I'm so excited for the release of Embrace the Hideous Immaculate coming out next month from Raw Dog Screaming Press. So let's give him all a warm, madhouse welcome as we sign him in, give him a room, and let the madness take him. Stay Scared, Stephanie M. Wytovich When did you start writing? Why did you pick the genre you write in? I started writing poetry in college around 1986. I went to school at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. It has some great literary and history courses. One was called Heritage. It is an intense curriculum of Western Civilization. Starting with the dawn of Mankind and ending with speculations about the future, the program combines history, lit