Welcome to issue ninety-five of Nightmare!
This month, Claire Wrenwood brings us “Dead Girls Have No Names,” a deeply unhappy story of a mother’s vengeance sewn into flesh. We’ve got a new short by Vajra Chandrasekera: “Redder,” a story of blood and pain written across generations. We also have reprints by Adam-Troy Castro (“The Hour in Between”) and Livia Llewellyn (“Yours Is the Right to Begin”).
In “The H Word,” our column on horror, author Tim Waggoner talks about the irrational and its role in the genre. Plus our staff brings us author spotlights with our authors, and we have a feature interview with author (and former Nightmare reprints editor!) John Langan.
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