Tag: halloween

The Stories Not Told: An Interview with Jay Wilburn

Interview conducted by George Daniel Lea on April 20, 2016. It was my pleasure recently to catch up with Jay Wilburn, a prominent writer in independent horror circles (as well as other arenas), whose work ranges from novels such as Time Eaters and Hollywood Hellmouth to short story collections such […]

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Halloween Special: DARK MOON DIGEST Issues 1-10 Only $5

Starting now and lasting until November 1st, paperback issues 1-10 of Dark Moon Digest will be discounted to a mere $5. If you were interested in the old days of DMD, now’s your time to scoop up a few back-issues. Find them here.

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10 Horror Books for 99c Each—One Week Only!

  Starting now and ending November 1st, we are offering ten of our horror titles for only 99c on the Amazon kindle store. If you’re the kind of person who loves horror and cheap eBooks, then look no further. Well, okay, look a little bit further—you still have to actually click the […]

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Barnes & Noble Recommends LOST SIGNALS to Keep You Terrified Until Halloween

Sam Reader over at the Barnes & Noble blog has written a new article titled “9 New Horror Books to Keep You Terrified Until Halloween”, and it’s full of great recommendations, including Laird Barron’s Swift to Chase (a personal favorite of mine) and, of course, our very own horror anthology, Lost Signals. This was […]

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Halloween revisted

Halloween Halloween.  A time we all associate with candy and costumes.  But where does the tradition come from?  Like most American traditions, there is no clear cut evidence of it starting from any one origin, but rather a mish-mosh of various cultures.

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This Isn’t For Your Eyes by George Lea

I started young. Very young. Never denied, never censored. Likely before I could walk, before I could speak. Vague recollections of that time; the first images, distorted, exaggerated. I’ve managed to revisit most of them in my adult life, though it’s impossible to recreate that first frisson now. The memories […]

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Innocence Unwanted by George Lea

Do you recall being scared as a child? The ostensibly innocuous collusions of image and experience that would, for whatever reason, terrify or distress you in ways that your adult self cannot possibly understand? What scares a child, what distresses a child, can so often be entirely blameless to adult […]

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An Interview with Author Don Katnik

Don Katnik is the author of the creepy tale “5 O’Clock Shadow” in Dark Moon Digest 17. 1. What was the very first story you ever wrote, and what happened to it? I wrote “The Kid and I” in eighth grade. It was circulated among friends, one whose mother taught […]

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