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Raw Dog Screaming Press
30 January
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This journal chronicles the life and times of a small publishing company, Raw Dog Screaming Press. The press was founded in August 2003 to bring bizarre and weird fringe literature into print. Our books span the gamut from surreal and absurd to horror, sci-fi and fantasy. We try to release books that are entertaining and thought-provoking.
absurdism, afterbirth books, alyssa sturgill, american psycho, anne rice, anthologies, authors, babyland, barry gifford, bauhaus, beats, bloodletting press, blue velvet, books, boxers, bret easton ellis, carlton mellick iii, cathedral, cds, chow yun fat, chrome, chuck palahniuk, clive barker, cm3, collections, d. harlan wilson, darren aronofsky, darren speegle, david cronenberg, david lynch, dead can dance, disinformation, dj shadow, dj spooky, dogs, dvds, ecw, environmentalism, fantasy, fc2, fiction, fight club, first base publishing, foetus, fringe culture, glamorama, godflesh, gummo, harmony korine, harold jaffe, helios creed, hong kong movies, horror, humor, indian food, indie films, industrial music, insanity, invisible monsters, jademan comics, james spader, jeffrey thomas, jesus and mary chain, jet li, jim thirlwell, joy division, julian donkey-boy, kafka, krs-one, kung fu, lance olsen, lars von trier, less than zero, literature, loathing, lost highway, love and rockets, lovecraft, macs, margaret atwood, maryland, michael arnzen, ministry, misfits, movies, mp3, mulhulland drive, night shade books, novellas, novels, numb, perdita durango, performance poetry, poetry, press, prime books, project pulp, publishing, reading, ric flair, ronald damien malfi, satire, science fiction, scott thomas, se7en, serial killers, shocklines, skinny puppy, skrew, stanley kubrick, steroid maximus, surrealism, tea, techno animal, tetsuo the body hammer, tetsuo the iron man, the beastie boys, the fly, the ramones, the ring, tokyo fist, toronto, travel, twin peaks, used book stores, used music stores, vegetarianism, vietnamese food, washington d.c., weird fiction, werner herzog, wild at heart, william s. burroughs, wiseblood, writing