• 5 Questions with Tom Pitts

    Tom Pitts is a longtime fixture of the hardboiled scene. His new book, “101,” is a ferocious journey through Northern California’s weed business, set on the cusp of legalization. Its central character, Vic, is a reclusive weed farmer and all-around badass who ends up tangled with some very bad folks. The bodies pile up, along […]

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  • William E. Wallace and the completion of the OEP Re-Issues

    It’s been a while, and kind of a crazy year. How have you been? Last year, almost a year ago, I announced our new partnership with Down & Out Books. I can’t say enough great things about Eric and Lance, who have done a stand up job with their own line of books, and have […]

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  • Tom Pitt takes over Do Some Damage

    Coughs, comes up to podium, remembers sage advice: Open with a joke. Open with a joke! Um … The novel walks into a bar, followed by the novella. Bartender says, “What’s with the new guy?” The novel says, “It’s a long story.” (Stolen from @IsTheNovelDead on twitter) A few years ago, when I tried to […]

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  • Book Launch: Knuckleball by Tom Pitts

    One Eye Press is thrilled to kick off the 2015 Singles season with the launch of Knuckleball by Tom Pitts. About Knuckleball Hugh Patterson is an old-school cop and die-hard Giants fan rooted in the San Francisco Mission District. When he’s struck down in the line of duty, the whole city is aghast. But Oscar […]

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  • No Moral Center: Knuckleball by Tom Pitts

    So I just finished reading Tom Pitts’ new novella, Knuckleball.  It’s a quick read that manages to pack a lot of information in its limited space. We are thoroughly introduced to a handful of characters whose lives will unfortunately intertwine as a result of a tragic shooting. The drama of solving the murder of a police […]

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  • Knuckleball cover reveal, Pre-order goes live

    We are just 2 months shy of our 2015 Singles season, kicking off with KNUCKLEBALL by Tom Pitts, formerly LIFE OF SERVICE. We’ve been sitting on the cover art for a couple weeks, but we are thrilled to have another compilation by Dyer Wilk, providing the foundation art and the voodoo he do so well. […]

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  • One Eye Press Adds More Singles

    Earlier this fall we announced the acquisition of Tom Pitts’ novella, LIFE OF SERVICE, with a tentative release of March 2015. Pitts novella kicks off our second season of the Singles line, and while on schedule we have changed the title to KNUCKLEBALL and should have a cover reveal late January, early February. Today we […]

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  • Announcing LIFE OF SERVICE by Tom Pitts

    One Eye Press is happy to welcome Tom Pitts and announce the acquisition of his novella LIFE OF SERVICE. Tom Pitts is an exciting addition to our small cabal of authors who have contributed to the OEP Singles line. After reading just the first few pages of LIFE OF SERVICE, we knew that Tom’s book […]

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  • Tom Pitts Takes Over

    Last week I called up Ron Earl over at Shotgun Honey and asked if I could get some promo in for my new novel, HUSTLE. His answer? NO. Didn’t even think about it, didn’t even take a breath, he just said NO. Then I tried Irvin. Same thing: Flat out NO. (In fact, Chris may […]

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  • With a Little Help from My Friends by Tom Pitts

    “You got a freezer. Part the fucker out. Every week or so you slip a foot or a hand in with the trash. Right in there with the coffee grounds and the other rank shit.” “No good. Problem with that is you end up with maybe fifteen chances of gettin’ caught. It raises the odds, […]

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  • Interview: Tom Pitts

    My first experience with Tom Pitts was “A Loaded Question” which he submitted to Shotgun Honey back in October 2011, we pretty much ate it up and published it a few weeks later. That was followed up with a longer story, “Luck,” that he submitted and we published in our first anthology BOTH BARRELS. He […]

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  • A Loaded Question by Tom Pitts

    First came the red and blue lights, followed by a surge of adrenalin in Eric’s heart. He could hear his own breath, shaking through his nose. “Shit.” He gripped the steering wheel, hoping that the cruiser would fly right by him. Then the whoop whoop of the siren, that fucking cop wasn’t going anywhere.  He […]

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