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Illustrated Detective Magazine September 1931 By Octavus Roy Cohen et al.
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A PULP TALES PRESS REPLICA: The September 1931 issue of THE ILLUSTRATED DETECTIVE MAGAZINE featuring the first installment of Octavus Roy Cohen's novel "The Hollywood Bridal-Night Murder"... More > featuring his detective Jim Hanvey.< Less
THE ILLUSTRATED DETECTIVE MAGAZINE, September 1931 By Edward Orleans et al.
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This issue features THE HOLLYWOOD BRIDAL-NIGHT MURDER by Octavus Roy Cohen, THE EGYPTIAN NECKLACE R. T. M. Scott, THE GIRL WHO PAID WITH HER LIFE by a Police Official, HE RISKED ALL FOR THE THRILL by... More > Charles Somerville, THE IRON CZAR by Jim Roberts, THE GIRL FRIEND by Allen Glasser, THEY CAN'T MAKE A COWARD OUT OF ME as told by George Creel, THE HECKBY HILL MURDER by Ellis Parker Butler, THE SCARLET FAN by H. L. Gates, QUEEN OF THE BEGGARS by James Jeffreys O'Brien, WHO KILLED DOLLY REYNOLDS? by Marjorie Mears, and more.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2016 Issue 20 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 20 features fiction from K Brattin, Drew Coles, R.M. Cooper, RS Deeren, Marnie Bullock Dresser, Brad Felver, Erin Fortenberry, Jeannette Hinkle, Joseph Johnston, Kevin McIntosh, Hadley Moore,... More > Caitlin Palmer, Mike Salisbury, Timothy Scott, and Chloe Seim. Poetry from Kenzie Allen, Erin Bealmear, Brian Beatty, Bethany Bowman, Chloe N. Clark, Brian Clifton, Katie Hartsock, Lisa Higgs, Adam Hughes, Mark Madigan, Sandra Marchetti, Jay Newman, Terry Savoie, Marc J. Sheehan, Z.G. Tomaszewski, and Jessica L. Walsh. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2016 Issue 20 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 20 features fiction from K Brattin, Drew Coles, R.M. Cooper, RS Deeren, Marnie Bullock Dresser, Brad Felver, Erin Fortenberry, Jeannette Hinkle, Joseph Johnston, Kevin McIntosh, Hadley Moore,... More > Caitlin Palmer, Mike Salisbury, Timothy Scott, and Chloe Seim. Poetry from Kenzie Allen, Erin Bealmear, Brian Beatty, Bethany Bowman, Chloe N. Clark, Brian Clifton, Katie Hartsock, Lisa Higgs, Adam Hughes, Mark Madigan, Sandra Marchetti, Jay Newman, Terry Savoie, Marc J. Sheehan, Z.G. Tomaszewski, and Jessica L. Walsh. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less
Alone in the Dark By Will A. Sanborn
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Using the meta-genre of anthropomorphic animals, this anthology collects tales of dramatic horror, with stories that are both atmospheric and affecting. The anthropomorphism is also used in a wider... More > sense as well, humanizing The Other, including stories with sympathetic monsters. This collection provides a wide selection of horror. There's dark fantasy and speculative fiction, stories inspired by both Rod Serling and H. P. Lovecraft. There are campfire tales and ghost stories, up through stronger tales at the darker end of the spectrum. There's psychological horror and some non-traditional tales which add their own spooky flavor, and some lighter stories and even a bit of comic relief to balance things out. Featuring stories by Simon Barber, Michael Bard, Austin Crowder, William Eakins, Kathleen Fenlon, Kevin Frane, Jason Gillespie, Chris Goodwin, Renee Carter Hall, Allen Kitchen, Watts Martin, Brian L. Miller, J. Scott Rogers, Will A. Sanborn, SeHT, Thomas Shaw, and Tim Susman.< Less