Tag: reading

Meet the Author: M. G. Allen

M.G. Allen has appeared in Dark Moon Digest and Dark Eclipse before. Most recently, his short story, “Fast, Fresh and Delicious” was published in Dark Moon Digest 20. 1. Talk about how you came up with the idea for the story that appeared in DMD 20. I had the premise of […]

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Meet the Author: J.B. Raines

“Blue Suit Red Tie” by J.B. Raines appeared in Dark Moon Digest 20. 1. Talk about how you came up with the idea for the story that appeared in DMD 20. I was living in the crappy townhome that butted up against an empty field. Separating the field and my […]

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Meet the Author: Kris Ashton

Kris Ashton is the author of the tale “Unreal Estate” which appears in Dark Moon Digest 20. 1. Talk about how you came up with the idea for the story that appeared in DMD 20. A few years after I moved to my current home, I started taking back streets […]

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Martin Kee

Martin Kee is the author of “Drained” in Dark Moon Digest 20. 1. Talk about how you came up with the idea for the story that appeared in DMD 20. Is it fair to say I don’t remember?  A lot of my stories just start with an opening sentence, a […]

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Chris Dezarn

Chris Dezarn is the author of “The Better Half” in Dark Moon Digest 19. 1. Do you ever have dreams that give you ideas for a story? Yes and no. I don’t often remember my dreams, and when I do manage to bring something back from the void, it’s usually […]

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Phantoms: A Happy Disappointment by George Lea

One of my first, and one of my first disappointments. Dean Koontz’s Phantoms is one of a slew of books the author published during the proliferation of horror fiction during the late 1970s/early 1980s, largely cultivated by the phenomena of a certain Mr. Stephen King, amongst others. I was young, […]

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Gabriella Stalker

Gabriella Stalker is the author of “Stitches” in Dark Moon Digest 16. 1.  Where do you generally find inspiration and what prompted the story you wrote for Dark Moon Digest? I have written more dystopian stories than horror, and my formula for writing those is exaggerating societal issues I see. […]

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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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