Dominic Stabile's bizarre fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including The Horror Zine, Sanitarium Magazine, Atticus Review, and Fossil Lake III: Unicornado! He is a regular contributor to Manor House Productions' horror podcast, which produces haunting audio dramas.
His bizarro-noir thriller, Stone Work, was released in 2016 by Mirror Matter Press and then re-released by Sinister Grin Press in 2017. The second book in the series, Stone Wall, was published by SGP in 2017. His Weird Western, "Full Moon in the West," was released by Grinning Skull Press in 2016. The third installment in the Stone series, Stone Dead, is scheduled to be released in late 2017/early 2018.
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Manborg is one of those movies I’ll watch because I’m curious to see how the creators could have possibly pulled it off. I go in with a healthy skepticism; but, deep down, I’m hoping they did it right. How do you … Continue reading
“With Stone Wall, Dominic Stabile has created another fine pulpy cyberpunk romp through a dystopian future, filled with memorable action scenes and some solid characters. It’s what I like to call popcorn fiction. Just leave your brain at the first … Continue reading
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When the meek need defending, they call on Blue Demon, a guardian of bloodshed and retribution. Its loyalty is forever, as long as you remain righteous. For those that oppress the demon’s flock, life grows…
The Wall is the only thing standing between the people of City and the horrors of The Wastes. The prisoners who inhabit The Wall follow two simple rules: do whatever you have to do to survive, and when you are … Continue reading
I just want to spread the word that I have a few books out or on the way. It would be awesome if you bought one or all of them; but when you see my name, you probably think something like “Who … Continue reading
In some ways, 2017 is shaping up to be a much better year than the one we are currently living through. As my dad says to every passing year at 12:01 a.m., January 1st, after swinging open the back sliding-glass door and making … Continue reading
“There’s a crushing silence when moving through the void of space. The night sky paints a false picture of the cosmos, giving the impression that reality is filled with objects and phenomena. Truthfully it’s more empty than full. Nothing but … Continue reading
The Sisters of Slaughter, Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason, have been splashing blood and guts all over the horror world for a few years now. When I purchased their debut novel, Mayan Blue, I had already read one or two … Continue reading