A Clicking in the Shadows
and Other Tales

published by Undaunted Press
is a short story collection
by Chad Hensley and W.H. Pugmire
with cover and interior art
by Allen Koszowski.

A crafted reporter on cultural extremes in music and art, Bram Stoker Award-nominated author Chad Hensley saw several years of his writing on underground subjects as EsoTerra: The Journal of Extreme Culture, through Creation Books in 2011.

Hensley's work has appeared in such praised publications as Terrorizer, Spin, Rue Morgue, Seconds, Gauntlet, Hustler, Juxtapoz, Morbid Curiosity, Slayer Magazine (from Norway), and Super7 Magazine as well as the books Apocalypse Culture 2, The Darker Side: Generations of Horror, and volumes #2, #3, and #4 of Antibothis.

His fiction and poetry have received honorable mentions in Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. His poetry collection What the Cacodaemon Whispered was a Finalist for the 2001 Bram Stoker Award.

Look for Chad's fiction in AllenK's Inhuman #6 and poetry in an upcoming issue of Space & Time Magazine as well as Star*Line issues #36.2, #36.3, #36.4 and #37.1.

He also has three articles in Antibothis volume #4, published earlier this year and edited by Fernando Cerqueira.

His interview with Marilyn Manson is featured in the book Metalion: The Slayer Mag Diaries though Chad is not credited with the article.

Orders for his new book Embrace the Hideous Immaculate are now available from Raw Dog Screaming Press.

In June of 2014, Camion Noir will publish the French language version of EsoTerra: The Journal of Extreme Culture .

And next year, Chad will have non-fiction in the hardback series Fenris Wolf #8 from Edda Publishing.



Inhuman #4 features the story "The Pornography of Puppets" by Chad Hensley and W.H. Pugmire.

features the article
"My Lips Pressed Against
the Decay"
by Chad Hensley

Finalist for the
2001 Bram Stoker Award


Antibothis #2
features two articles by Chad Hensley, "Non Sense" and the companion piece "The Pornography of Words"

features the story
"The Night City"
by Chad Hensley
and W.H. Pugmire

Antibothis #3
features the article "Dead Lays".