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Patrick Lacey , Bernard Dumaine , Karah Robinson , Dominique Lamssies , Nathan Witkin , David Longshore , Dennis Bagwell , G. O. Clark , Alexis Child , Gary McCluskey , Martin de Diego Sadaba

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6 Nov 2013
Since 2009, The Horror Zine has published exceptional horror fiction by emerging talent and today’s leading authors. Editor Jeani Rector selects only the most inventive and captivating tales for each issue. In addition to short fiction, The Horror Zine features horror-themed poetry and artwork. Now The Horror Zine brings you the dark delights from the ezine into a print magazine. This Spring 2014 issue features Patrick Lacey, Dominique Lamssies, Nathan Witkin, David Longshore, Nicholas DahDah, L. A. Forman, Jorge B. Valdes, Scott Bowen, Matt Hayward, James Marlow, Jeff Parsons, Jayme K., Dennis Bagwell, G. O. Clark, Alexis Child, Mathias Jansson, Abdul-Qaadir Bakari-Muhammad, Cidney Burton, Linda M. Crate, Matthew Wilson, Emily Jones, Ed Blundell, Jean Jones, J. Michael Seals, Ghia Vitale, Joseph V. Danoski, Gary McCluskey, Martin de Diego Sádaba, Bernard Dumaine with Marc Gosselin, Samy Sfoggia, Karah Robinson, Sascha Duensing, Niall Parkinson, James Potter, Viktor Slepushkin, and Justin Currie.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A reader's review of reading. 27 Nov 2013
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This collection publishes my first-ever published story "Author of Destruction." It's a wonderful story, coupled with many other wonderful stories, and I thank the stars I was able to get it into the mainstream.
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From the mildly creepy to sci-fi to campy or bizzare, this collection has something for almost anyone. If you’re looking for lots of blood and gore, look elsewhere. Otherwise, give The Horror Zine Magazine a chance.

My rating: 3.5/5 stars

I initially downloaded the sample to my Kindle because I haven’t read anything from The Horror Zine in a long time. I was hooked by the first story, “Big Bertha” by Patrick Lacey. I’m a sucker for stories that read like something from a 1980s B-horror movie, so I had to see what else this issue had to offer.

I struggled through the next two stories, but “Jacob’s Last Rising” by David Longshore grabbed my attention and convinced me to keep reading.

"Author of Destruction" by Nicholas DahDah was a fabulous first published story with an amusing twist at the end, and I hope to see more of his work in the future. "The Nevermore" by James Marlow was a creepy tale of a possible descent into madness. Both of these were inspired by (and reminiscent of) two greats: Poe and Lovecraft.

Those were my favorite stories, but I think the others were pretty good. I will definitely continue to read publications from The Horror Zine Magazine in the future, and I hope to see some of these authors again.

The poetry varied greatly in style and theme. I liked most of the poetry from this issue, but my favorites were from Dennis Bagwell, Mathias Jansson, Ed Blundell, Jean Jones, and Joseph V. Danoski.

Overall, I liked this one a lot and I do recommend it.
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