Patrick C. Harrison III
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About Patrick C. Harrison III
Patrick C. Harrison III (PC3, if you prefer) is an author of horror, bizarro, and erotica. His current publications include A SAVAGE BREED, INFERNO BOUND AND THE HELL HOUNDS, 5 TALES THAT WILL LAND YOU IN HELL, VISCERAL: COLLECTED FLESH with Christine Morgan, and CERBERUS RISING with Chris Miller and M. Ennenbach, and his works can be found in numerous anthologies, including AND HELL FOLLOWED and ROAD KILL: TEXAS HORROR BY TEXAS AUTHORS VOL. 4.
PC3 is also the co-owner (with Jarod Barbee) and editor-in-chief of Death’s Head Press, a Texas-based publisher of dark fiction. He and Mr. Barbee are the Splatterpunk Award-winning editors of AND HELL FOLLOWED. Other books DHP has edited and published include BREAKING BIZARRO, DIG TWO GRAVES Vol. 1 & 2, and OBLIQUATUR VOLUPTAS: DEVIANT STORIES FOR THE DEVIANT MIND. In 2020, Death's Head Press began publishing the Splatter Western series, which is taking the indie horror community by storm. The Splatter Western combines old west pulpiness with violent, bloody horror.
PC3 has a website and blog--pc3horror.com--where he regularly discusses horror and exploitation films, and other horror related topics, as well as posting news of his upcoming works.
PC3 is a family man at heart, who enjoys baseball, camping, horror movies, fishing, and, of course, reading. He lives in Wolfe City, TX with his wife and children.
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The Evil Cookie Publishing presents Gorefest, an extreme horror anthology. 14 Authors carve their path through the muck and grime to celebrate the art of gore. From a demented love triangle to the hollowed pleas of a blood-soaked savior, the following stories grip and grind through a labyrinth of demented deception of unflinching and often humorous betrayals of society. The only thing for sure is that after each encounter...only the stain remains. Edited by K. Trap Jones
*Including the never before published, Stephen Kozeniewski’s 2x winning stories from 2016 & 2018 KillerCon’s Gross-Out Contests.
FEATURING STORIES FROM:
Wrath James White
Jack Bantry & Robert Essig
Patrick C. Harrison III
Daniel J. Volpe
Charles is going mad.
Vile happenings are abound.
You, reader, are not prepared.
This is your lesson in depravity.
WARNING! This is an extreme horror novella. Very few triggers are left unpulled.
"PC3 unleashes the equivalent of an Extreme Horror nuclear bomb on fans of the genre. The result is a cyclone filled to the dirty brim with brutal imagery and gorrific dialogue, all wrapped in a filthy, overflowed adult diaper worn by the legendary Grandpappy!" -K. Trap Jones, author of The Drunken Exorcist and owner of The Evil Cookie Publishing
"Well. That was f*cked." -M Ennenbach, a thoroughly disgusted poet and author of Hunger on the Chisolm Trail
"With a level of grotesquery matched only by its pitch-black hilarity, Grandpappy manages to tell a story so interesting you ALMOST forget about all the...moist bits." -Chris Miller, author of Dust and Shattered Skies
"I can’t in good conscience give Grandpappy a blind recommendation to the Gen Pop, but for the weirdos, splatterpunks, and fans of extreme, I think it’s requisite reading. It’s the twisted bastard child of The Nightly Disease, House of Leaves, and American Psycho — but much sicker than any of those titles." -Craig Wade, Host of B-Movies and E-Books
"One of the most extreme, twisted, splattery pieces of fiction to ever come out. This book will have you thanking whatever God you worship, that you don’t have a Grandpappy like this to care for. If you have a weak resolve or stomach, consider this your warning." -Dawn Shea, owner of D&T Publishing
"A stomach-churning good time. PC3 knows how to cut the gross-outs with a healthy dose of humor. This is the kind of book that'll have you giggling into your barf bag (but keep one handy, yeah?)" -Brian Asman, author of Man, F*ck This House
"Patrick C. Harrison III's prose are smooth, engaging, and lull you into a false sense of wholesomeness. Grandpappy puts the reader through the emotional ringer, and then squeezes out a little bit extra for good measure. If you're looking for your next read that leaves no stone unturned, and no taboo unexplored, Grandpappy is sure to tick all the boxes. From the most unreliable narrator I've ever read, to medical terms that I had to look up and then wished I could scrub from my mind, Harrison takes you places you never thought you'd go. 5 rancid beans out of 5. P.S. As for me, chilidogs are now OFF the menu." -RJ Roles, owner/operator of Books of Horror and Crimson Pinnacle Press
"In Grandpappy, PC3 practically pries open your eyelids and force feeds drops of acid into your eyeballs as he whips this wicked written fever dream across the page. It's imaginative, intense, and totally insane. You'll vomit in your mouth a bit, but you'll f*ckin' love it." -Carver Pike, author of Grad Night and co-host of the Written in Red Podcast
"I'm a registered nurse. I've dealt with the colostomies. The dreaded bedsores. The gnarly fungus-encrusted toenails. And yes...the smells. Inexplicably, PC3 still managed to stimulate my gag reflex throughout the entirety of this story. Bastard." -Bridgett Nelson, author of Bouquet of Viscera
Uncomfortably Dark Presents...The Baker’s Dozen!
Delicious Dark Delights for your horror consumption!
Come indulge in the dark and disturbing with 13 tantalizing tales of terror written by an incredible lineup of independent horror authors. With stories ranging from delightful to disturbing, you are sure to find something to please your sweet spot.
Authors include Jeff Strand, Christine Morgan, Ruthann Jagge, Aron Beauregard, Lee Franklin, Chris Miller, Patrick C. Harrison, III, Carver Pike, Kenzie Jennings, Daniel Volpe, Rowland Bercy, Jr., Candace Nola and M. Ennenbach. Includes a special foreword by Jeff Strand.
Amongst the eerie peaks and crevices of the Wichita Mountains, this assembly of pariahs converge. But it isn't just each other they need be concerned about, because there's more than frigid winds in the skies over Indian Country.
"A savage read! PC3 unleashes a vicious, blood-soaked novella of appalling monsters, both human and inhuman."
--Ryan Harding, author of GENITAL GRINDER
(All Splatter Western books are stand-alone stories. Read them in whatever order you please!)
2020 was a reality horror show. And like most obnoxious entertainment reality shows, this one had its own idiosyncratic rules and penalties. Call it The Big Lockdown. We were forced to go to ground, to hide in our holes. Some went underground and never came back. Uncertainty ruled because the rules kept changing. Were we following the science or the mad scientists? Was the light at the end of the tunnel the fiery mouth of hell? We couldn’t say for sure, so we ventured out for food, booze and sundries like scavengers in a slow-motion apocalypse, keeping our distance from fellow human beings because you never knew who might be carrying that heavy viral load.
And everywhere we went, we went behind the mask. So, it became obvious: The theme of our offering of extreme horror tales from 2020 had to be Masquerade.
Our masquerading storytellers nevertheless did what they do best. They went deep into the belly of the beast and sent up fictions reflective of these “trying” times. Their stories peel away the masks (or in some cases, the skin) to reveal the inner workings of darkest hearts and minds and deeper fears.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Nipples In Dad’s Tool Box - Ronald Kelly
Going Green - Christine Morgan
Whiskey To The Wound - Rachel Nussbaum
/thestrangethingwebecome - Eric LaRocca
Hey Valentine - Amanda Cecelia Lang
In Subspace, No One Can Hear You Scream - Hailey Piper
The Pogonip Fog - Sean Patrick Hazlett
Gunfire And Brimstone - Alicia Hilton
The Happiest Man In The World - Matthew Brockmeyer
Synaesthete - Melanie Harding-Shaw
Full Moon Shindig - Patrick C. Harrison Iii
The Drinking-Horn - Christine Morgan
Otto Hahn Speaks To The Dead - Octavia Cade
All The Stars In Her Eyes - Deborah Sheldon
The Village - Matias F. Travieso-Diaz
The Smell Of Night In The Basement - Wendy N. Wagner
The Saint - Alessandro Manzetti
Her Wounded Eyes - Robert Guffey
The Backwoods Decapitator by John Adam Gosham
Tall, Dark and Rancid by Gerri R. Gray
Camp Hell and the Hot Tub Hotties by Patrick C. Harrison III
The Children of Dagon by Carlton Herzog
Work Retreat by D.W. Hitz
The Faith by Derek Austin Johnson
A Love to Die For by J.D. Kellner
Bad Party by Brian McNatt
The Handyman by Nicholas Stella
The Deathless by Vincent Wolfram