Infernal Ink Magazine is a different sort of a literary magazine. We are focused on publishing extremely dark fiction and poetry, of all genres, but we favor pieces with erotic, sexual, or humorous aspects. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.
In this issue we have an interview with model, mom, and doll maker Marilyn Mansfield, column pieces from Andrea Dean van Scoyoc, with “Andrea’s Rants” and Dave Lipscomb, the DaveL, with “The DaveL’s Music”, as well as strange true stories of the paranormal in our reader based column “Bumps in the Night”.
Also in issue is fiction and poetry from Kat Hawthorne, Joseph DeRepentigny, Robert Leuthold, Shannon Barber, Stephen D. Nadaud II, Allen Griffin, Berti Walker, W.C. Morrow, Philip Roberts, Vincent Daemon, and Shaun.
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By Rick Powell
Jul 9, 2013
This magazine gets better and better. Right when I saw this cover of the magazine, I knew it was a Pandora's Box of devilish treats waiting to be opened.The artwork on the cover is an Entomologists wet dream! Inside is a whole plethora of deviant stories and poetry. You have the usual suspects with great stories and poetry are here (Joseph DeRepentigny, Vincent Daemon, W.C. Morrow)and a few newcomers. Kat Hawthorne has a great story to start out the magazine and Shannon Barber's "Firestarters" is a HOT story is so many more ways than one. Philip Roberts' "When Not in Use" will make you think twice when you see an elevator. You want a magazine that has an interview with a woman who collects dolls of a different kind and is into modeling and is a Satanic Witch? BAM! You have the amazing Marilyn Mansfield interviewed by the equally amazing Hydra M. Star. Andrea's Rants by Andrea van Scoyoc takes the topic of Vegetarians in a whole new light. You want a music review... More > about rare horror movie soundtracks? BAM! Dave Lipscomb talks about an AL Adamson guilty pleasure, Dracula vs. Frankenstein and Christopher Lee/Peter Cushing's film, Dracula A.D. 1972. Horror movie soundtracks have always been one of my favorites and this is great knowing some more people out there love them. Keep up the good work, everyone!< Less
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