Horror & Dark Fantasy

Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2017

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Artist Showcase

Artist Showcase: Daniel Sherekin

Daniel Sherekin, aka Dante, aka Borodante, is a self-taught digital artist, based in Ukraine, where he practices painting, sculpting, and 3D and 2D animation. After earning a degree in computer science, he worked as a concept artist and generalist in a movie post-production company for two years, mostly designing fantasy and sci-fi creatures. He has […]

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The H Word: Horror that Rocks

Music has always been used to tell stories. Ancient epics were written in verse, ballads were a means of spreading popular legends—there’s something about the combination of plot, character, rhythm and rhyme that helps a story stick in the mind when music is used to help spin a yarn. Naturally, musicians have all sorts of interests, so the stories they tell are as diverse as those you’d find in a bookstore—which means that genre fiction is represented alongside romance and action. Genre music flourished in the 1970s.

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Editorial

Editorial, May 2016

Be sure to check out the Editorial for a rundown of this month’s content and all our news and updates.

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Nonfiction

Interview: David J. Schow

David J. Schow hasn’t just consistently produced great horror fiction and nonfiction for decades, he’s also managed to stay exciting, fresh, and relevant. Although he’s known primarily as a screenwriter (The Crow, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) and award-winning short horror fiction author, he’s also written several acclaimed novels (The Shaft, The Kill Riff), edited the influential 1988 anthology Silver Scream, and is probably the world’s leading expert on The Outer Limits. His latest collection, DJSturbia, was released in March by Subterranean Press.

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Artist Showcase: Yana Moskaluk

Yana Moskaluk was born in 1984 in Siberia, and moved to Moscow at nineteen to work at the Art.Lebedev Studio. Yana loves to travel, and draws inspiration from medieval art, ancient sculptures, old towns, legends, and fairytales. She takes the mood and atmosphere projected by such stories and items and recreates them in her own art within a modern context.

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