"Lucy Leitner is the go-to voice in satirical, thought-provoking horror fiction." - Daniel Volpe, author of PLASTIC MONSTERS
Outrage: Level 10 is an antihero’s journey through the inner workings of a violent, near-future dystopia.
Social media reflects our world. Are you not terrified?
When there's no more room in Hell, the dead will go to work.
What will you sacrifice to attain true health?
Fact-based war thriller.
Does the AI-powered home exorcism kit really send those demons back to Hell? Read the podcast transcript with the company's CEO to find out.
Be the you that you are meant to be. Puritea is not responsible for any effects of our products upon wellness seekers.
OMG this place is amazing. I can feel all the remnants of my leaky gut clearing right up. These innovative treatments are truly elevating my wellness. They are literally scaring me to death, but doing good for you never feels good, right?
Karen thinks she can solve all her problems by running over fat people with her BMW... until she meets one fat man named Sonny Hooper. Karen is book 4 in the Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell anthology series from Blood Bound Books and Godless.com.
22 years after her parents are killed and her legs severed by a collision with a drunk driver, Jane Lushbutcher swears to protect the City of Champyinz from drunks.
It’s Saturday night; God commands through a cigarette butt that it’s time for Jane to use all the weapons in her robotic legs to butcher all lushes before they hit the streets.
This is the first installment of Lushbutcher in the Godless League series. Other "heroes" include Stabburger by John Baltisburger and The Doze by Drew Stepak.
Every year, the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day, Pittsburgh’s most devoted drunks embark on a bar crawl to warm up their drinking muscles for parade day. It’s up to Jane Lushbutcher and her weaponized legs to get these drunks off the street while tracking down the leader of this debauchery through the most violent means necessary.
This is the second installment of Lushbutcher in the Godless League series.
All these drunks and party promoters are requiring a brutal and stupid gesture be done on somebody’s part… and Jane Lushbutcher is just the lunatic to do it. In the third installment, our metal-legged “heroine” tracks down St. Practice Day organizer Chucky Knight. Before her mayhem is complete, will we learn Jane Lushbutcher’s kryptonite?
This is the third installment of Lushbutcher in the Godless League series.
Things are not looking good for our "heroine" as she dresses as a sexy Russian mobster for no reason and tracks down the mad scientist who created this metal legged monster.
This is the fourth installment of Lushbutcher in the Godless League series.
THEY SAY THE SKY IS FULL OF SNAKEWOLVES
My short story appears in this charity anthology alongside authors like Neil Gaiman, Kealan Patrick Burke, Mona Kabbani, Kristopher Triana, Jo Kaplan, and more.
The profits of this anthology will be donated to Read Better Be Better and Hagar's House.
Earth has become a playground for the "Big Man Downstairs" to shell out punishment to the most disgusting and vile scumbags of our society.
Call Me Hoop is a totally unique form of horror narrative where eight different authors bring you twelve entwined stories that will change everything you know about heaven… and hell!
THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU
Volume II continues the tradition of bizarre, extreme, and subversive stories from leaders in the genre.
Mutant gators, occult sex ceremonies, aliens, Eskimos, and more are waiting to infect your mind. The anthology also includes the winning story from the 2021 KIllerCon Gross-Out Contest and a brutal haiku from Ryan Dyer of Metal Sucks.
I may send one eventually...
Lucy Leitner is an advertising writer and award-winning journalist in Pittsburgh, PA. Her transgressive fiction includes the novels Working Stiffs, Outrage: Level 10, Nemesis Selection, and Bad Vibrations, the collection Influence: #horrorstories, and several shorter works that appear in anthologies and godless.com original series. She is a 2023 Splatterpunk Award nominee as both an author and editor of the anthology Call Me Hoop.