Tag: Neil Gaiman

Poppy Z. Brite Returns to Fiction with LAST WISH

Fiction Review: “Last Wish & The Gulf” by Poppy Z. Brite Reviewed by George Lea It’s always somewhat ambiguous, when a writer you’ve admired and been informed by so intimately returns to writing after a long hiatus. In the case of Billy Martin (writing here, as before, as Poppy Z. Brite), […]

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Matthew S. Batham

Matthew Batham appeared in Dark Moon Digest 19 with his story “Bitter Pill”. 1. Do you ever have dreams that give you ideas for a story? I love my dreams, even the horrible ones. Especially the horrible ones. Dreams have definitely influenced or inspired a number of my stories. One […]

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Now Open for Novel Submissions

We are now reopened for novel length submissions until August 15th. We are interested in dark fiction: horror, crime, and neo-noir especially. Hook us on the first line and don’t let go until it’s over. We accept books of fiction between 50,000 and 150,000 words. In your submission, please include […]

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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 […]

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