Tag: reading

My Letter to Stephen King by Georgina Morales

The crux of this article is a letter I wrote because I wanted to acknowledge the one man that has influenced me the most in my life with books. I wanted to thank him for touching me in such a special way and for inspiring me to come as far […]

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Kerry Alan Denney

Kerry Alan Denney is the author of “October’s Children” in Dark Moon Digest 16. 1.  Where do you generally find inspiration and what prompted the story you wrote for Dark Moon Digest? Inspiration comes to me from all directions, including parallel dimensions and dreams, often assaulting my mind like parasitic […]

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Embracing the Short Story by Gerry Griffiths

It often saddens me when a reviewer of an anthology or a short story collection blatantly states that he or she doesn’t normally read short stories for one reason or another. I love short stories. They’re a great economical way to digest a number of stories in one sitting and […]

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David Greske

David Greske’s story, “Special Delivery”, appears in the pages of Dark Moon Digest 13 1. How long have you been writing? I’ve been writing for a long, long time.  My first real endeavor was a rip off of the supernatural soap opera, Dark Shadows.  I wrote in comic book style […]

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Meet J.M. Jennings

1) What do you do for DMD? I’m an associate editor, which basically means that I’m one of the people who gets to take a first look at the stories submitted to DMD.  I then use a ratings system to draw up an overall view of the story and its […]

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Meet Adam Stehly

1) What do you do for DMD? Associate Editor – a reader, a minion of Lori Michelle, controller of the fate of upcoming authors. Bwahahahahahahaha!!!! 2) How did you start working for DMD? I entered a zombie story into what I think was Stan’s first attempt at an anthology.  Or […]

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