Issue Eight is now live and available for sale -- featuring A.F. Smith from issue seven and Craig Smith from the previous even number issue. New Talent and established talent under one roof, are you... More > ready for this? Come on in -- horror lives here and it isn't always a work of fiction either. Everything here will hit fairly hard. The story by the publisher is one of the longest in a magazine and it's available in its entirely, retitled Ward Twelve.< Less
The Future is here and the future s now, the series this time around features a host of newcomers and each one has something awe inspiring to bring to the table along with some returning small... More > press veterans including Ken Goldman, S. G. Cardin and featuring extremely gifted newcomers T. Blake Braddy, Angela Gray, J. Fraim, Sarah Whitaker, and Casey Fiesier.
This is the annual anthology that LAKE FOSSIL PRESS publishes, but this time around showing the roots and inspirations ranging from Jules Verne, Phillip K. Dick, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and H.G. Wells. The only theme with this anthology is near future dystopia and that is tricky concept to get going but each author gives their dark take on this genre. Nickolaus A. Pacione performs all the photography on the cover of this one.< Less
This anthology is the most Gothic of the series and holds the story that is similar to Kealan Patrick Burke's quiet horror delivery written by the editor. This features Reality Check anthology mate... More > Terry Vinson and protege Casey Gordon who proves himself on an epic scale with this one. He carries the story with this one and Joseph Armstead does the chilling introduction. Tabloid Purposes IV produced a spin off anthology called Nickolaus Albert Pacione Delivers: A Library Of Unknown Horrors and that even produced a sequel.< Less
Fresh off the word proccessor, Issue Six of the Ethereal Gazette is now live and available for purchase as a trade paperback. Featuring works by Alexander Rivera, Craig Smith, Christopher Allan... More > Death, Frank Duffy, and others. For the first time we got an interview with a New England Based horror hostess, Rondo Award Winner Penny Dreadful the 13th. Plenty of jolts from cover to cover -- from horror to clean bizarro fiction, we got it for you this issue. Weird Fiction from some highly talented individuals. This is the issue that introduced Lloyd Phillip Campbell for the first time to the world with his controversial pro-death sentence story "The Thing In The Truck Stop." This one isn't the weak of mind or faint of heart. This issue will now carry Lake Fossil 3 in replacement of the entry that turned out to be plagiarized by David Boyer.< Less