Tag: stories

Meet Lindsey Goddard

Lindsey Goddard, author of “Invitation Only” in Dark Moon Digest 18 and lovely mistress of the macabre answers a few questions. 1. What was the idea behind the story you wrote for DMD 18? I was thinking about children with behavioral problems who are often labeled “bad” kids. I thought […]

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An Interview with Author Don Katnik

Don Katnik is the author of the creepy tale “5 O’Clock Shadow” in Dark Moon Digest 17. 1. What was the very first story you ever wrote, and what happened to it? I wrote “The Kid and I” in eighth grade. It was circulated among friends, one whose mother taught […]

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Eric LaRocca

Eric LaRocca is the author of the very disturbing tale “Aftertaste” in Dark Moon Digest 13 1. How long have you been writing? I’ve been writing since I could hold a pencil. I had an inherent desire to tell stories. I would draw characters and recreate scenes. Before long, I […]

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Meet George Lea

1) What do you do for DMD? Author and editor. 2) How did you start working for DMD? My short story, “The Last Sane Man,” was published in Dark Moon Digest during a period when DMB/DMD was looking for editors. I applied and made the cut.

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Meet Kyle Dickerson

1) What do you do for DMD? My task at DMD is finding gems amid the sands. Along with several others, I have the opportunity to see some of the world’s greatest stories before they ever hit the published page, giving feedback on submissions that hopefully helps make DMD publications […]

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Now Available: CRUEL by Eli Wilde

Our very first title, Cruel by Eli Wilde, has finally been released. We are proud for it to be our debut. Our staff and Mr. Wilde has worked hard on this book, and it has finally paid off. We encourage you to give it a shot–and like all shots, once […]

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Dark Moon Digest 10

Contents for Issue Number 10 of Dark Moon Digest Death is an Asshole (Christopher Hivner) Tangled, Blue (S.L. Schmitz) Fin (Rose Blackthorn) Norman Rockwell is Dead (Alan Zielinski) The Itch (Jessica Rushing)

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The Four Rs: Reading, Riting, Revising, and Editing … Wait …

“The Four Rs: Reading, Riting, Revising, and Editing … Wait …” by Jay Wilburn   Why, yes, I am wading into the longstanding “writer must be a reader” discussion. Let’s face it. Stephen King summed it up best in his book On Writing, but that does not mean that a […]

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