Tag: horror books

Meet Richard Schiver

Richard Schiver is the author of “Skin”, a most interesting erotic horror story in Dark Moon Digest 14. 1. What inspired you to write the story that appears in Dark Moon Digest 14? My natural suspicion of the people around us. I mean they could be aliens, or creatures from […]

Read More

Learn a little more about Gerry Griffiths

Gerry Griffiths is the author of “In the Drywall” that appears in Dark Moon Digest 14. 1.  What inspired you to write the story that appears in Dark Moon Digest 14? I think the idea for In the Drywall probably came to me subliminally after watching all the news reports […]

Read More

The Man who started it all

1) Why did you begin Dark Moon Digest? I’ve always loved horror stories. I hung around with a guy named Moses for a while and he had some great tales about staffs turning into serpents and rivers turning into blood. I thought it would be cool to collect some of […]

Read More

Carrie: A Girl With A Curse

August is Stephen King month at Dark Moon Digest. Each week we’ll post a new blog, a review from one of our staff members about their favorite Stephen King novel. A REVIEW OF CARRIE BY JULIE JANSEN I chose Carrie, King’s first published book, released in 1974. I first read […]

Read More

Book Review: Bottomfeeder

Bottomfeeder Written by: B.H. Fingerman Publisher: M Press For a vampire, Phil Merman has a mundane existence. His wardrobe is made up of clothes he bought at Old Navy. He maintains a drab, humble apartment in Queens. He works as a photo archivist, a rare job that works with his […]

Read More

What doesn’t eat you makes you weirder…Interview with C.W.LaSart

David AET, Dark Moon Digest: Last Writes Blog (DMD): I have seen many an artist use a canvas name to sign paintings, so we won’t go into whether or not you use a Nome de plum, but do you find creating a persona as a writer helps you be more […]

Read More

Review of Mister B. Gone (Clive Barker)

[amazon_link id=”0061562491″ target=”_blank” ]Mister B. Gone[/amazon_link] by Clive Barker Through the years of his publications within the genre, Clive Barker has earned himself the title ‘Master of Horror’. Stephen King himself was once quoted on Barkers book covers “I have seen the future of horror fiction, his name is Clive […]

Read More

What’s everybody reading?

I’m planning on running out and getting the new Stephen King collection, “[amazon_link id=”1439192561″ target=”_blank” ]Full Dark, No Stars[/amazon_link].”  I’m sure it will be pleasing to the palate, as I love all S. K. story collections.  I recently picked up Neil Gaiman’s “[amazon_link id=”0060530944″ target=”_blank” ]The Graveyard Book[/amazon_link],” and am […]

Read More