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Designed solely for larger projects with an all hardcover production, The Asylum Projects will delve deep into the darkened corridors of horror; where madness lies in wait and delirium can pounce from the blackest of shadows with claws poised to tear deep into your psyche.

Explore these projects at your peril - in this house, treatment for insanity is not an option.

Each annual release will come signed by all contributors along with being heavily illustrated.
Retailing at an affordable $40.

Only

~~ $40.00 USD ~~

plus postage

 

*Pre-publication sell out*
The Awakening
by Brett McBean
Introduction by Ray Garton
Cover and internal illustrations by Erin Wells

For as long as he can remember, fourteen-year-old Toby Fairchild has been afraid of the strange old man living across the street. Along with the rest of the kids in the small Midwestern town of Belford, he sees the reclusive Mr. Joseph as the local bogeyman.

Mr. Joseph's life is an unhappy one. The memories of his past fill him with deep sorrow, and the kids of Belford have long been afraid of him, what with his unusual features and awkward gait.

However, when Toby accidentally discovers the remarkable truth about Mr. Joseph, an unlikely friendship develops. Over the course of the summer, Toby will come to know about pain and death; loss and the meaning of freedom, as Mr. Joseph recounts the incredible story of his past back in Haiti. A story laced with voodoo spirits, slave plantations, evil sorcerers...and zombis.

Toby will learn that monsters do exist - though not always where you expect to find them.

Quotes taken from Ray Garton's introduction, It Came From the Wrong Side of the Tracks:

(Brett McBean) lures us in and settles us into a story that is not designed to make us scream and hide under the covers, but one that lingers after we're done reading it and haunts us.

(The Awakening) has a heartbeat and a grip that pulls you in and keeps you from getting away.

450 pages.

Signed by all three contributors. Limited to 200 copies.

Secure a copy by sending a blank e-mail with TA in the subject line to: tasmaniacpublications@gmail.com

We will reply with your given number, and an invoice to follow.


BONE MARROW STEW

Collected Works

Volume One

by

Tim Curran

A delicious 460+ page release spanning Tim's career from his very first professional sale, Reign of the Eater, to exclusive never before released stories, plus a full bowl of juicy tales in between.

Full wraparound artwork and extensive internal illustrations from
Keith Minnion and introduced by Simon Clark,
this collection is signed by all three contributors.

*Limited to 250 copies*

Secure a copy by sending a blank e-mail with BMS in the subject line to: tasmaniacpublications@gmail.com

We will reply with your given number, and an invoice to follow.