• Like Death
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    Like Death Tim Waggoner

    There are no words for it. Ecstasy is laughably inadequate, as are rapture, euphoria, bliss . . . . Ugly, harsh syllables that come nowhere near capturing the merest fraction of what he feels. The experience is primal More

  • Appalachian Undead
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    Appalachian Undead Eugene Johnson et al.

    Appalachian Undead takes a look at the dark side of Appalachia, where the Undead walk, driven by old magic and worse, their hunger for us.

    Almost Heaven…or is it?

    The mountain’s enduring beauty holds something… More

  • Black Static #36
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    Black Static #36 Andy Cox et al.

    The September–October issue contains new horror, dark fantasy and weird fiction by Christopher Fowler, Tim Waggoner, Jacob A. Boyd, V.H. Leslie, Stephen Bacon, Ray Cluley. The cover art is by Vincent Sammy, and… More

  • Black Static #38
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    Black Static #38 Andy Cox et al.

    The Conscience of the Circuit: Joel Lane obituary by Nicholas Royle. New horror and dark fantasy fiction by Andrew Hook, Tim Waggoner, Malcolm Devlin, Maura McHugh, Danny Rhodes, John Grant. Book reviews by Peter Tennant.… More

  • Black Static #41
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    Black Static #41 Andy Cox et al.

    The July–August issue has new horror and dark fantasy fiction by Tim Waggoner, Vajra Chandrasekera, Ralph Robert Moore, Carole Johnstone, Leah Thomas, Ray Cluley, Thersa Matsuura. The cover art is by Richard Wagner,… More

  • NASTY: Fetish Fights Back
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    NASTY: Fetish Fights Back Anna Yeatts et al.

    NASTY: Fetish Fights Back is a daring new collection of erotic short fiction spanning sexualities, genders, orientations, positions, & proclivities. From fetish priests to breath restriction, bondage play… More

  • Extreme Zombies
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    Extreme Zombies Paula Guran et al.

    It’s too late! The living dead have already taken over the world. Your brains have been devoured. Nothing is left but spasms of ravenous need—an obscene hunger for even more zombie fiction. Forget the metaphors… More