Tag: ghosts

TODAY! The Train Derails in Boston!

You know what today is. It’s Jessica McHugh Day. It’s The Train Derails in Boston Day. It’s Glorious Ghost Sex Dongathon Day. It’s Super Happy Bloodgasm Day. You’ve been waiting patiently–presumably hard and petrified–and the day has arrived. Jessica McHugh’s The Train Derails in Boston is finally available. Purchase The […]

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Release Day: “DEAD LUCKY” by Rebecca Fung (One-Night Stands)

October’s One-Night Stands story is a dark tale of graverobbing on Halloween night. The title? “Dead Lucky”.  You can purchase this today for only 99 cents. Pete knew that robbing graves on Halloween night was a bad idea, no matter how much Robert told him they would be rich. Robert […]

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Pages from the Nickronomicon: Vengeful Venetian Spirits

Hello dear readers! I’m sure you’re wondering where my column is this month for the wonderful edition of Dark Eclipse magazine. The truth is I’ve seen fit to move from there to a more permanent medium for all to enjoy, here at the dreadful Dark Moon Digest blog. Every third […]

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The Business of Defilement by George Lea

I’m perpetually fascinated by the metaphysical potential of horror, that is; it’s capacity to allow us to explore certain facets of our own abstract selves and operation. What distinguishes horror from most other genres is that it takes a perverse, almost sadomasochistic delight in exposing the stuff that we would […]

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Fear by Kyle Trujillo

Horror is not a creature of space crafts and cemeteries. Horror is not the product of blood and savagery. Surely there is a fear to be found among ghouls and lairs, but greater terror belongs to the simple objects of our lives. Pure horror is the mundane made awful. Given […]

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Meet Justin Guleserian

Justin Guleserian is the author of “When Sitters Stand”, the closing story for Dark Moon Digest 14! 1. What inspired you to write the story that appears in Dark Moon Digest 14?   This one was based on a childhood experience in which I was unnerved by the sight of […]

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Meet Tracie McBride

1) What do you do for DMD? My official title is “associate editor”, but I prefer the term “slush wrangler”. 2) How did you start working for DMD? I’m not entirely sure . . . I have a vague recollection of Stan Swanson putting out a call for volunteers on […]

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Dark Moon Digest 12

“Dolly” by Grant Matthew Frazier “A Girl and Her Cat” by Erin K. Coughlin “Catch You Later” by Arthur Carey “Danse Macabre” by Kaitlyn Travis “Immunity” by Jason Cramblett “Imaginary Friend” by Samantha Combs “Resonance” by Aric Sundquist

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