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One-two Punch

The Big Drop: Impermanence written by Ryan Gattis is the fifth novella to be published by Black Hill Press and the second in the Johnny Ban series. The Big Drop: Impermanence is a part of the Matthew Woodson Collection. After finally locating Emi Sato, Johnny Ban loses her just as quickly as he found her. Their too-brief reunion sends him careening after her once more—this time setting him up for a chain of surprises that will forever change how he sees himself and those he trusts most—as his doomed rescue mission spirals to its horrific conclusion.READ MORE

The Dream and the Reality

Oneironautics written by Richard Gaffin is the fourth novella to be published by Black Hill Press. Oneironautics is a part of the Matthew Woodson Collection. Oneironautics. n. The ability to travel within a dream, usually on a conscious basis. Written in the spirit of Kafka’s Metamorphosis and Percy’s The Moviegoer, Oneironautics is a novella in three acts that explores what might happen if the realm of the surreal were to crash into our world of straight lines, easy answers and cold certainty.READ MORE

L.A. Stories Project

Black Hill Press author Ryan Gattis and UGLARworks have created the L.A. Stories Project, a mural series that tells true stories of life in Los Angeles. It’s a collaborative storytelling endeavor done in partnership with city residents: one that combines the power of people, art, technology, and the city. The premise is simple: citizens send us their stories, and we put them on walls as fusions of art and code. Each stands not simply as public art, but also as a digital literature installation made possible by QR codes.READ MORE

Black Hill Press in Russia

Black Hill Press was featured in the April issue of WTF? magazine, a lifestyle publication produced in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Visit their website at wtf-magazine.com. We posted an english translation of the article.READ MORE