Deal With Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing

Phil & I are excited to announce the Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing is coming on board with What Are You Afraid Of? Podcast. PMMP is a growing voice in Indie horror and publishing, a firm I’ve often worked with in the past. PMMP just released my new book, Destroying the Tangible Illusion of Reality. Max Booth III is creating a segment on our show to showcase some of the best horror authors currently writing. We will be recording flash fiction pieces as part of the PMMP segment and adding their content to the show, plus interviewing authors about the industry and their work. This creates a new level of the dark subject of the show. We have always wanted to do this, but we wanted to be able to pay our authors. Exposure is not payment, and we hold ourselves to professional standards. Our deal with PMMP now allows us to move forward.

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Phil & I are recording Episode IV: Demonic Oppression this week and should have it available by Thursday. It’s our second November show, though we’re a little late because of the holidays and my wife’s birthday. This episode features Phil’s two part interview with a ghost hunter who hung up his gear after his horrific haunting by a dark entity who attached itself to him after a ghost hunt. It is chilling stuff. We will also be featuring another true ghost story. And to go with our horror theme, we will be featuring our first narrated flash fiction piece, Sister Sara, this time written by me, T. Fox Dunham that was published in a zombie anthology by the late Hazardous Press.

So we are expanding our content, providing new stories both true and imagined.

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Destroying the Tangible Illusion of Reality or Searching for Andy Kaufman

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Now on sale in e-book and paperback format.

Click this link to buy a copy

In this surreal road novel, Anthony searches for the father he’s never met: Andy Kaufman, the legendary song-and-dance man from the ’70s. There’s a few problems here, of course. Andy Kaufman died in 1984, and thanks to a recent cancer diagnosis, Anthony doesn’t have much longer to live, either. However, new evidence has come to light that questions whether or not Kaufman is actually dead. Could he be in hiding, after all these years? Anthony is determined to discover the truth before his own clock runs out. During his travels, he will encounter shameless medicine men, grifters, Walmart shoppers, the ghosts of Elvis and Warhol, and the Devil himself.

 

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