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Issues

Dec. 2022 (Issue 123)

We have original short fiction (“Break the Skin if You Have To”) from Emma Osborne, Cadwell Turnbull, and Jess Essey—a terrific trio of authors—as well as “Wallers” from Mari Ness. Our Horror Lab originals include a poem (“Three Symptoms of a Disaster”) from Angela Liu and a creative nonfiction piece (“Still Breathing”) from Chris DiLeo. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors, and review from Adam-Troy Castro. Our ebook readers will also enjoy an excerpt from Erika T. Wurth’s novel, White Horse.

Nov. 2022 (Issue 122)

Don’t miss this conversation between the team of editors and writers behind three amazing linked projects exploring the representation of women of Asian heritage in horror writing and their shared Asian heritage. The books discussed include: Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women, an anthology of Southeast Asian horror short fiction; Tortured Willows: Bent. Bowed. Unbroken, an anthology of Asian horror poetry; and Unquiet Spirits: Essays by Asian Women in Horror, a collection of personal essays forthcoming Feb. 2023.

Oct. 2022 (Issue 121)

It’s our tenth anniversary issue! We’re celebrating with original short fiction from A.C. Wise (“Sharp Things, Killing Things”) and Spencer Ellsworth (“The Ghost Eaters”). Our Horror Lab originals include a flash story (“Tiny Little Wounds”) from Carlie St. George and a poem (“Ritual”) from Okwudili Nebeolisa. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors, and a book review from Terence Taylor. Our ebook readers will also enjoy an excerpt from Kay Chronister’s new novel, Desert Creatures.

Sep. 2022 (Issue 120)

We have original short fiction from Clara Madrigano (“The Gold Coin”) and Kiera Lesley (“To Whom It May Concern”). Our Horror Lab originals include a flash story (“A Girl of Nails and Teeth”) from Hannah Yang and a poem (“much to be mourned”) from Corey Niles.  We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors. Reviewer Adam-Troy Castro also has a movie and an anthology recommendation.

Aug. 2022 (Issue 119)

We have original short fiction from Endria Isa Richardson (“Every Atom Belonging to Me as Good Belongs to You”) and Adam-Troy Castro (“The Arm Ouroboros”). Our Horror Lab originals include a flash story (“Skitterdead”) from Mel Kassel and a poem (“Around the Corners”) from Jarod K. Anderson. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors, and a feature interview with author Cina Pelayo.

Jul. 2022 (Issue 118)

We have original short fiction from Robert Levy (“The Closet Game”) and Laura Blackwell (“What the Dead Birds Taught Me”). Our Horror Lab originals include a piece of creative nonfiction (“Bunnies”) from Dante Luiz and a poem (“Bitch Moon”) from Sarah Grey. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors, and a book review from Terence Taylor.

Jun. 2022 (Issue 117)

We have original short fiction from Alex Saint-Widow (“The Last of the Juggalos”) and Lavie Tidhar (“Dr. Wasp and Hornet Holmes”). Our Horror Lab originals include a flash story (“There Are No Monsters on Rancho Buenavista”) from Isabel Cañas and a poem (“warming”) from Maria Zoccola. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors, and a book review from Adam-Troy Castro.

May 2022 (Issue 116)

We have original short fiction from James L. Sutter (“And All Their Silent Roars”) and Juan Martinez (“Esther (1855)”). Our Horror Lab originals include a flash story (“In the Water”) from Rowan Wren and a poem (“Field Notes From the Anthropocene”) from Priya Chand. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors, and a feature interview with author and film producer Taylor Grant.

Apr. 2022 (Issue 115)

We have original short fiction from Shannon Scott (“Synchronous Online”) and Shaoni C. White (“Where the Heather Grows”). Our Horror Lab originals include a creative nonfiction piece (“Homeless Ghosts”) from Victor T. Cypert and a flash piece (“√i”) from Martin Cahill.  We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus author spotlights with our authors, and a book review from Terence Taylor.

Mar. 2022 (Issue 114)

We have original short fiction from Erica Ruppert (“The Golden Hour”) and R.L. Meza (“The First Year”). Our Horror Lab originals include a flash story (“Skins”) from Pedro Iniguez and a poem (“Said the Carrion to the Corvus”) from Woody Dismukes. Ally Wilkes brings us the latest installment of our column on horror, “The H Word,” plus we have author spotlights with our authors and a media review from Adam-Troy Castro.