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We may have broken a few windows as well. Sexy sirens? Repugnant rats? Zombie cats? You bet. But several stories in this issue push deep into the cobwebs of the human mind and reveal what we knew all along: that the most frightening monster roaming the earth is humankind. Book 5 of 13 in the Dark Moon Digest Series.

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Dark Moon Digest - Issue : The Horror Fiction Quarterly. And Issue is no different. Dark Moon Digest 3. Stan Swanson, Greg Mollin, Axel Howerton. Book in the Dark Moon Digest Series). by Araminta Star Matthews and Stan Swanson. Well, maybe a little different as not only will you find ancient horrors come to life, but future horrors as well. Dark Moon Digest 12. Patrick Tumblety, Aric Sundquist, Stan Swanson, Lori Michelle. Dark Moon Digest 17. Stan Swanson, Lori Michelle. Dark Moon Digest 19. Lori Michelle, Stan Swanson. Dark Moon Digest 20.

As Dark Moon Digest begins its celebration of two years since its establishment, we are proud to present our eighth issue featuring a new tale from Joe McKinney, the 2012 Bram Stoker Award winner for his novel, FLESH EATERS. McKinney's "Ghost Town" is also our first printing of a novelette length story. And although this tale is this issue's centerpiece, you won't want to miss the other great stories in this issue.

Books Featuring My Cover Art (8 items) list by Victorian Fantasy. View all Dark Moon Digest - Issue Number 6 lists. Manufacturer: Dark Moon Books Release date: 1 January 2012 ISBN-10 : 0983433577 ISBN-13: 9780983433576.

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The Horror Fiction Quarterly. ISSUE NUMBER 1. Open the door and come on i. .You never know what the night might drag i.I know the hinges on the door are creaky and 100- year-old dust layers the floor. And, yes, it’s quite dark inside, but that’s the whole idea, isn’t it? So, on the behalf of myself and my wonderful staff, welcome to the first issue of Dark Moon Digest.E-mail: darkmoondigestl. Dark Moon Digest Staff.

Music Composer & Arranger. 18 February 2019 to present · Clearwater, Florida. Quarterly Horror Anthology. Forever Zombie (short story collection) Write of the Living Dead (book on writing) The Songwriter's Journal (nonfiction) The Misadventures of Hobart Hucklebuck (MG/YA) My Boyfriend's a Zombie (YA) Return of the Scream Queen (w/Linnea Quigley) COMING SOON: The Misadventures of Hobart Hucklebuck The Methlands.

Days and years come and go, but the world outside remains ancient. Undead creatures roam the earth as they have since the beginning of time. Monsters still lurk in shadows and haunt our dreams. They fill our nightmares and flow from the pages of Dark Moon Digest like fresh blood. And Issue #6 is no different. Well, maybe a little different as not only will you find ancient horrors come to life, but future horrors as well. This is our biggest issue to date, and is packed with short stories and flash fiction pieces. It also includes part 1 of a 4-part serial from Araminta Star Matthews. "The Warehouse" is a paraquel to Matthews¿ Blind Hunger and her fans will not want to miss this new novelette. If you have yet to travel with us, now is the time to step on board. We just can¿t guarantee your final destination...

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Quellik
This product was delivered promptly and in excellent condition. The content is entertaining and I've enjoyed reading it. I would definitely recommend this book and any of their other publications to my friends.
Super P
I'm a huge fan of short stories (probably too much, in fact) and an aficionado of the horror genre, and found this magazine to be a blast.

There are some golden nuggets here, and not just plain horror, there is actually a great disparity in the carefully selected stories. Many of them gave me quite a scare, particularly Marshall Taylor's excellent story "Sinners and Sunshine". This is a brilliantly crafted narrative, developing a scenario with subtlety and then ending with an unputdownable, thrilling "gorefest", and wow, I had to put the mag down after that one to reflect...then I started to rock back and forth... Then there's Nick Wheeler's "The Circus Freak" which I can't emphasize my disgust of enough. Seriously, this one is just horrible. And I'm not easily scared. Believe me.

Maybe you're more into scif-fi. Well, it's got that too! E. Magill's "Somatoform Purgatory" which retains the bloody aspects of horror, but introduces more of a sciency atmosphere. And this one is sad. I really felt for a character in particular (and this character isn't even human). Another of my favourites is "The Sown" by Nicholas Keller, who I'm very pleased to have reviewed and been in contact with in the past. This story is brilliant with its suspense. It builds to breaking point and has a great ending that'll make you flip back to the first page. Fantastic job!

Comic horror? It's got that too. I refer to CL Raven's "The Ferryman" (I'm digging the fact that this one was written by identical twins) which is, in a word, hilarious. It has its suspense, don't get me wrong about that, but my God can these girls work the comedy into it as well. I laughed, cringed, all the while my eyes were glued to the page.

There are many more, some that reach to the more conventional realms of horror, and even some flash fiction. But one of the most interesting is "Number 48" by Bronte Olson. This uses a second person narrative, which I love. It's difficult to sustain a story in that perspective, but Olson pulls it off well, and this one sent shivers down my spine (cliched phrase, I know). Read it, and I dare you not to think about the strangers you encounter every day...

I've barely scratched the surface. This magazine is full of fiction worthy of your attention. There's even some book reviews at the back, and suffice to say, I read one of those books.

King, Herbert, Laymon...watch your backs...
doesnt Do You
I don't normally read horror fiction, but a friend recommended Dark Moon Digest to me and I picked it up. Since I thought that all horror fiction was the same I was surprised by how varied many of the stories were. I was also surprised by how complelling many of the stories are, especially the story by E. Magill. I really don't want to spoil it for anyone that hasn't read it, but I will say that it involves a spaceship and a bloody mystery. It had me hooked from the first couple of sentences and even though I read it several weeks ago many of the images are still lingering in my mind as I go to bed. Really creepy stuff. Although I enjoyed a few of the other short stories, this one was easily my favorite. I enjoyed it so much that I tried to find other things by the same author. I discovered that he really doesn't have any published stuff, but I did find that he has a website at emagill.com. Although I didn't find a lot of stuff related to horror I did find a many articles that I found immensely interesting nonetheless. He's even written a few books. Although none of them are published I hoping that some day they do become published because I'm looking forward reading more of his stuff.
Dark Moon Digest - Issue Number 6 download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Stan Swanson
ISBN: 0983433577
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Dark Moon Books (January 1, 2012)
Pages: 132 pages