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SO IT GOES Website Officially Launched!

We now have a website promoting our upcoming anthology, SO IT GOES: A TRIBUTE TO KURT VONNEGUT. In it you will find the ToC, personal essays written by the authors, silly self-portraits, and a pre-order system. Oh snap!   CLICK HERE!      

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Now Available: CRUEL by Eli Wilde

Our very first title, Cruel by Eli Wilde, has finally been released. We are proud for it to be our debut. Our staff and Mr. Wilde has worked hard on this book, and it has finally paid off. We encourage you to give it a shot–and like all shots, once […]

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This May Not Be The Proper Place To Discuss This, But I Have Discovered That I Have a Terrible Disease

“This May Not Be The Proper Place To Discuss This, But I Have Discovered That I Have a Terrible Disease.” by Jay Wilburn I debated at length whether to even write this column for questions of taste and decency. Others struggle with illnesses of all sorts and they might not […]

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Review of Crooked House by Joe McKinney

“Review of Crooked House by Joe McKinney” by Max Booth III “You come into a man’s house with evil in your heart you better expect to get the horns.” Crooked House is a novel with balls. It takes every haunted house trope in fiction, stuffs them all into a blender, […]

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The Four Rs: Reading, Riting, Revising, and Editing … Wait …

“The Four Rs: Reading, Riting, Revising, and Editing … Wait …” by Jay Wilburn   Why, yes, I am wading into the longstanding “writer must be a reader” discussion. Let’s face it. Stephen King summed it up best in his book On Writing, but that does not mean that a […]

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PMMPublishing Announces First Publication

Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing is pleased to announce our first planned publication of 2013! And, of course, since we want to come off as annoying little braggarts, we’re going to not only announce a single book, but a whole damn trilogy! YEAH! The trilogy in question is called STRANGERS IN […]

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Anything Goes in Horror … but not really

“Anything Goes in Horror … but not really.” by Jay Wilburn   There is a debate brewing about the definition of horror. Horror is often called a genera with a endless digression of subgenera and cross-genera manifestations. Horror used to have its own section in the brick and mortar book […]

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