It is now that we must eat crow. Despite the best intentions, Double Feature is not going to be finished and ready for publication this month.
Vernon D. Burns is unable to continue his contribution to the project at the moment due to having inadvertently severed both of his hands. He is truly hoping that a hand transplant can be found soon, and that the new hands do not turn out to be evil.
After our meal of crow, we will wash it down with a celebratory Irish coffee and a slice of tiramisu. Why, you ask? Because a new Guy & Campbell author is putting the finishing touches on a manuscript right now. Forrest Audobon is a talented young author. You may know him for his erotic gay Amish short stories which have been published widely online. Although he has written short fiction prolifically, some of which we hope to feature on this blog soon, he is now concluding his very first novel, Winged Leviathan.
What is it about? It is about this:
Moscow leads a hard-as-nails crew of marines who never turn away from a good fight. But, venturing into Russian territory on the brink of World War II in the hopes of stealing an incredible weapon is enough to set anyone on edge. Not to mention the fact that they’re escorting scientists—the sexy and spunky Miss McKnight and the hilarious and absentminded Mr. Hayes—to a church that predates the birth of Christ. What is this ancient weapon the scientists hope to find? What else will they find at this strange, secluded church in the highest Caucasus mountains? Moscow has seen some crazy things in his time, but nothing that will compare with….
THE WINGED LEVIATHAN!
Doesn’t that just get your nipples hard? I know it does mine. Winged Leviathan will undoubtedly beat Double Feature to release, and we hope to see its commercial release by early August. Special reviewer copies will begin circulating the interweb well before that.
Thanks for your patience when it comes to Double Feature. Guy & Campbell fans are truly the best fans in the world, except for maybe Eric Clapton’s fans. But second place is still really, really good.