Abattoir Press gets their novella series rolling in style with Eric A. Jackson's A Blind Eye to the Rearview.
Our savior Trent returns to save the world (again) in M.E. Patterson's Burning Cards, the second in the "Drawing Thin" series.
Days become shorter. Mysterious holes appearing. Monsters coming to eat you up. Just another day for Repairman Jack.
Puppet Graveyard. Hell, the title alone of Tim Curran's novella is enough to drum up some nightmares.
Body horror, a noir atmosphere, and very dark art make Andrew Gallacher's Snake Jaw a little gem.
Stephen Graham Jones takes zombie fiction to new, wildly entertaining heights in Zombie Bake-Off.
Michael J. Seidlinger brings you an intelligent take on the end of America in The Sky Conducting.
Find out the truth behind some of your favorite horror films "based on a true story" in Jim O'Rear's Hollywood Paranormal Films: Fact & Fiction.
Ever wanted a painting with a cartoon bear who's torn his own eyes out? Look no further.
Greg F. Gifune delivers emotionally gritty, cerebral horror in Apartment Seven.
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