Tag: fear

Cindy Sprigg

Cindy Sprigg is the author of the short yet creepy tale “Much Too Late” in Dark Moon Digest 16. 1.  Where do you generally find inspiration and what prompted the story you wrote for Dark Moon Digest? I find my stories coalesce inside my head: increasing in volume and detail […]

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From Nowhere to Geekdom by James Orr

It was a routine—it was a rut. My younger self, a lanky nineteen-year-old who considered his pastime, his hobby, as going out and getting hammered drunk. I stretched my hangovers into two days, truly giving my liver a beating. I chased girls with my friends, doing it badly, stumbling around […]

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On Stephen King and Accepting Yourself as a Writer by Victorya Chase

Stephen King babysat me when I was young.  Like many kids of ‘a generation,’ I would come home from school, lock the door behind me, turn on the television, and spend the rest of the day sequestered indoors doing homework during commercial breaks.  While there were cartoons to be watched, […]

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Bill Morrow

Bill Morrow is the author of “Legs”, the creepy opening story for Dark Moon Digest 16. 1.  Where do you generally find inspiration and what prompted the story you wrote for Dark Moon Digest? There are spectral antennae sprouting from my brain, which pick up true stories transmitted from an […]

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My love of Stephen King by Vivian Kasley

The man. The legend. The dude. The ultimate horror writer. Bringer of nightmares, horrible visions, and the master of storytelling. Where did my admiration and adoration for Stephen begin? It is hard to say since there are so many reasons he sits as the best and ultimate horror writer to […]

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A Modern Mask by Kyle Trujillo

Before we have searched for deepest fears, our oldest rooted sense of evil or sharp mystery. Here are extremes, and between such places is where the truth often lies. We have seen the tiger, the eyes behind each harrowing mask, but what of the mask itself? In different worlds are […]

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Prodding the Serpent by George Lea

When I tell people what I write, they are often surprised. “Oh,” the more polite ones respond, “Oh . . . that’s interesting.” The inference, of course, being: “You write that stuff? I didn’t think you’d be into that . . . ” The “stuff” in question being the horrific, […]

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Book Review of Green Tsunami by Nicholas Paschall

Color of Envy: Green Tsunami makes others jealous of clever writing I bought this book when I noted the publisher, a friend of mine, promoting this novella. Written by two authors, Laura Cooney and L.L. Soares, this end-of-the-world story starts with e-mail exchanges between husband and wife after a mysterious […]

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