Issue #6 of Dark Eclipse is packed with new horror stories, dark poetry, book reviews, movie (and small screen) reviews, articles, columns and much more. This issue includes never before published short stories by Frank Leggett (“Catastrophe”), Guy Burtenshaw (“The Devil Knows”), Chris Thorndycroft (“Envy Like Fire”) and Mark Twain’s classic “A Ghost Story.” The issue also includes flash fiction pieces from authors who also had stories in our recent Frightmares collection including “Blood and Straw” by George Wilhite, “Keys to the Kingdom” by Stephen D. Rogers and “Notice of Intent” by K. K. Phelan. Columns include the popular “Weaponology” column from Jennifer (is the chainsaw a viable weapon?) Word, “The Cellar Door” from Max (you never know what to expect from this guy) Booth and “The Chimerical Dark” from Sean (so you want to be published in Dark Moon Digest?) Davis. You also get a review of “American Horror Story” from Manny Frishberg, a book review of John Farris’ “All Heads Turn When The Hunt Goes By” from Kurt Reichenbaugh and Ryan (“Children of the Corn”) Bollman’s ever-popular “Ryan’s Short and Scary Horror Movie Reviews.” You will also find the final installment of Craig Garrett’s “Last Man Without a Tan” serial in this issue. (And, yes, a new serial starts next month!) You can also check out some great poetry from Nathan J.D.L Rowark, Aaron Quinn and John Hawkhead. How can you afford not to add this one to your e-reader?