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Thread: Gallows Press (formerly Sideshow Press)

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    writer/teacher JL_Benet's Avatar
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    Gallows Press (formerly Sideshow Press)

    Sideshow Press is a husband and wife team devoted to publishing cutting-edge horror/dark fiction publications. They strive to put out attractive, collectible books and magazines with an emphasis on quality fiction and beautiful artwork.
    http://sideshowpressonline.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sides...11841822168999

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    Is now Gallows Press, apparently. Sideshow site is stuck in '11, and books "Coming Soon" there are now (coming) out with Gallows. Still run by Tom and Billie Moran.
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    Site gone. Tw/FB activity ceased in '14, and last book pubbed mid-'15.
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