Tag: scary

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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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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Pages from the Nickronomicon: Vengeful Venetian Spirits

Hello dear readers! I’m sure you’re wondering where my column is this month for the wonderful edition of Dark Eclipse magazine. The truth is I’ve seen fit to move from there to a more permanent medium for all to enjoy, here at the dreadful Dark Moon Digest blog. Every third […]

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James Orr

James Orr is the author of “Croyden”, which appears in Dark Moon Digest 16. 1.  Where do you generally find inspiration and what prompted the story you wrote for Dark Moon Digest? For me, inspiration comes when I’m daydreaming, like when I’m driving back from work on ‘zombie mode’ with […]

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On Stephen King and Accepting Yourself as a Writer by Victorya Chase

Stephen King babysat me when I was young.  Like many kids of ‘a generation,’ I would come home from school, lock the door behind me, turn on the television, and spend the rest of the day sequestered indoors doing homework during commercial breaks.  While there were cartoons to be watched, […]

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