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The Ethereal Gazette: Issue 11 By etherealgazette@gmail.com editor et al.
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This incarnation of The Ethereal Gazette is a local showcase edition, meaning the contributors either are from Chicago or the collar counties or have Chicago ties. Most of the writers in here... More > appeared in an issue of The Ethereal Gazette, except for one who appeared with me on Temple of Dagon.com. That author gave me his blessing to reprint the Cthulhu Mythos story into the magazine. There are 8 contributors living, there are three stories in the public domain. Old Bugs by H.P. Lovecraft is an obscure story set in Chicago, and the other two stories are there for you, the reader’s, entertainment. Did I mention this is the second local showcase issue? So as Rod Serling would say when he introduces a story, “These stories are submitted for your approval....” Featuring a novella written by the editor that was done back in 2008 then a new story by Lloyd Phillip Campbell (the real one.)< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue 11 By etherealgazette@gmail.com editor et al.
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This incarnation of The Ethereal Gazette is a local showcase edition, meaning the contributors either are from Chicago or the collar counties or have Chicago ties. Most of the writers in here... More > appeared in an issue of The Ethereal Gazette, except for one who appeared with me on Temple of Dagon.com. That author gave me his blessing to reprint the Cthulhu Mythos story into the magazine. There are 8 contributors living, there are three stories in the public domain. Old Bugs by H.P. Lovecraft is an obscure story set in Chicago, and the other two stories are there for you, the reader’s, entertainment. Did I mention this is the second local showcase issue? So as Rod Serling would say when he introduces a story, “These stories are submitted for your approval....” Featuring a novella written by the editor that was done back in 2008 then a new story by Lloyd Phillip Campbell (the real one.)< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue 11 By etherealgazette@gmail.com editor et al.
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This incarnation of The Ethereal Gazette is a local showcase edition, meaning the contributors either are from Chicago or the collar counties or have Chicago ties. Most of the writers in here... More > appeared in an issue of The Ethereal Gazette, except for one who appeared with me on Temple of Dagon.com. That author gave me his blessing to reprint the Cthulhu Mythos story into the magazine. There are 8 contributors living, there are three stories in the public domain. Old Bugs by H.P. Lovecraft is an obscure story set in Chicago, and the other two stories are there for you, the reader’s, entertainment. Did I mention this is the second local showcase issue? So as Rod Serling would say when he introduces a story, “These stories are submitted for your approval....” Featuring a novella written by the editor that was done back in 2008 then a new story by Lloyd Phillip Campbell (the real one.)< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue 11 By etherealgazette@gmail.com editor et al.
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This incarnation of The Ethereal Gazette is a local showcase edition, meaning the contributors either are from Chicago or the collar counties or have Chicago ties. Most of the writers in here... More > appeared in an issue of The Ethereal Gazette, except for one who appeared with me on Temple of Dagon.com. That author gave me his blessing to reprint the Cthulhu Mythos story into the magazine. There are 8 contributors living, there are three stories in the public domain. Old Bugs by H.P. Lovecraft is an obscure story set in Chicago, and the other two stories are there for you, the reader’s, entertainment. Did I mention this is the second local showcase issue? So as Rod Serling would say when he introduces a story, “These stories are submitted for your approval....” Featuring a novella written by the editor that was done back in 2008 then a new story by Lloyd Phillip Campbell (the real one.)< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue 12 By LAKE FOSSIL PRESS et al.
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It is hard to talk about everyone who appears in this issue, but I can say I am the one who is welcoming the legendary Science Fiction writer Ray Faraday Nelson with his signature short story. The... More > other ones I will have are Terry Lloyd Vinson, Fred Wiehe, Jeff Skinner, and Monette Bebow-Reinhard to name a few. I published a few stories in the public domain, and the history behind those are in the editor's lounge. Artwork credits will be in the table of contents. In this volume one will see a set of writers who come from diverse horror backgrounds or science fiction backgrounds.< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue 13 By etherealgazette@gmail.com et al.
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This issue of The Ethereal Gazette we have writers Pamela K. Kinney and her artist coming on to do the cover art, Rev. Steven Rage with a gritty vampire novella in its entirely and a presentation of... More > The Black Cat By Edgar Allan Poe with the original artwork by Beardsley. There are more stories than one can shake a stick at in here, and there is one by Hilton Bush which was a referral by a writer from Tabloid Purposes. Artwork in the issue by R.N. Matos the author of Chronicles of the Damned. There will be a true story by the editor in there about a horror that happened when he was nineteen years old and how it played into his psyche. There is something for everyone in the anniversary issue of The Gazette. The artwork on the covers are contributed by S.L. Wickham and the editor (the editor's drawing was from 2008.)< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Three By Nickolaus Pacione (editor), various authors
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Welcome to the third issue of the Ethereal Gazette, a strong cast of writers in this issue ranging from the webmaster behind HorrorView.com and debute of Aaron Gudmunson of DeKalb, Illinois, to Fey... More > Romesburg. The publication is released quarterly from Lake Fossil Press. Showcasing talents in horror fiction and Science Fiction, sometimes a Dark Literary Fiction piece or two. Horror and Science Fiction in the traditions of Rod Serling, H.P. Lovecraft and Richard Matheson. Includes a story by Neil Davies too.< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Six By Lake Fossil Press et al.
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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
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Five By Various Authors
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The long awaited fifth issue of The Ethereal Gazette. Those who thought the magazine folded after four issues -- it on a hiatus for editor having serious health issues. Now some of the writers... More > published in this one are Zahid Zaman, Keven James Hurtack (Withersin Magazine 1.1: Birth Issue,) Alex Rivera (did the painting on the covers) and a few who got their start on FanFiction.net and FictionPress.com.      See the editorial for the full details of the magazine for the contributing authors. Some of the most scary or most creative stories in the small press. Featuring a semi-exclusive story by the editor, a true story having to spend time in and out of the emergency room for bronchitis and the complications. The story also now appears in a magazine hosted by bloodtouch.com. Photography provided by the editor.< Less
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Seven By LAKE FOSSIL PRESS , Various Authors
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Issue Seven is finally live after trying to get it ready to go. Horror and science fiction dwell within these pages -- featuring the works of Ray R. Wise of Grigori 3, Deon Sanders, Tom Hamilton, ... More > Peter Woodruff, and the photography of Jeorge Carmillo.       This is published twice a year by LAKE FOSSIL PRESS and it is the long awaited local author issue. Though it is smaller than the other ones, don't let that fool you. Front cover photo is done in house by the publisher, and this will contain a brand new story from the editor -- that story House of Cards. As the editor joked with the other writers this is know as the guys night out issue because it's all male line up. When you get a bunch of writers from Chicago and its collar counties picture John Hughes working with Rod Serling or Ray Bradbury and you're halfway there. This will be the first ever using the digest format on lulu.com. Marking the three year anniversary of the second issue of the Ethereal Gazatte.< Less