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Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 6 issue 2 for April 2017): Devilishly Erotic Horror By Hydra M. Star
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Infernal Ink Magazine is a literary magazine with a focus on publishing extremely dark and violent adult fiction and poetry. Consider your triggers warned. In this issue we have an interview with... More > author turned filmmaker Destiny West. She catches us up on what she has been up to since last she graced our pages, five years ago. We also introduce in this issue “The Author Bordello”, a brand new column spotlighting authors and their passions. In addition to this, our pages this month are filled by fiction and poetry from Robert Beveridge, Matthew Brockmeyer, Joshua Laing, Ramona Thompson, Bob Freville, Rick Powell, Evelyn Eve, M. A. Istvan Jr., M B Blissett, Alex S. Johnson, Ronald Snow, Jake Gallant, Darren Todd, Michelle Watts, Wendy A. Rohn, and Scott Thomas Outlar. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.< Less
Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 6 issue 1 for January 2017): Devilishly Erotic Horror By Hydra M. Star
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Adults Only! Infernal Ink Magazine is a different sort of a literary magazine, which focuses on publishing extremely dark and violent adult fiction and poetry. Consider your triggers warned. In... More > this issue we have an interview with Electric Hellfire Club frontman Rev. Thomas Thorn and fiction and poetry from Andy Van Scoyoc, Tarquin Ford, Robert J. Leuthold, Stephen Mcquiggan, J.L. Cowan, Paul Jones, Joshua Laing, Michael Collins, F. D. White, Rick Powell, M. B. Vujačić, and Douglas Ford. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.< Less
Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 5 issue 4 for October 2016): Devilishly Erotic Horror By Hydra M. Star
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Adults Only! Infernal Ink Magazine is a different sort of a literary magazine, which focuses on publishing extremely dark and violent adult fiction and poetry. In this issue we have an interview... More > with the prolific husband/wife pair Renee and Storm Anderson to tell us about their art, summer Halloween festival, and other creative endeavors. Also there is fiction and poetry from Robert J. Leuthold, M.R. Stover, Ramona Thompson, Zack Miller, Andy Tu, Heather Height, Shawn P. Madison, Robert Khan Rosenberger, John Grey, Nicole Byers, Davide Nixon, dDamian Foreman, and Harley James Butler. Cover photo by Nick Price. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.< Less
Great-Grandmother’s Necklace By Hydra M. Star
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Danielle and her friends are Satanists and the Apocalypse has begun. Oh yes, the Gates of Hell have literally opened wide and they’re about to be greeted as brothers, sisters, and friends. To... More > say the least, they have not prepared themselves for this eventuality. Will Danielle’s family history help them cope with this new reality? They’ll have to find out. The story “Great-Grandmother’s Necklace” originally appeared in an end of the world themed anthology, No One Makes It Out Alive, which was compiled and released by the author in early 2012.< Less
Candy, Blood, and Sex By Hydra M. Star
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Adult Content Waring: This book contains graphic content and is not meant for readers under the age of eighteen. When Scarlett Little was a child her parents were killed in a savage animal attack.... More > After their deaths the girl is raised by her grandmother in the city, well away from the North Carolina mountains where her parents met their end, but those mountains still hold a secret danger. A danger that threatens to claim the young woman. Can Scarlett escape its clutches, again? Or will she succumb to the call of the wild and her own dark lusts? The story “Candy, Blood, and Sex” first appeared in the Ladies and Gentlemen of Horror 2013 anthology. This anthology featured the works of thirteen other talented writers and poets and generates proceed which are donated to The American Cancer Society. The story has since been expanded to include additional passages and is presented here in its extended form.< Less
Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 5 issue 3 for July 2016): Devilishly Erotic Horror By Hydra M. Star
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Adults Only! Infernal Ink Magazine is a different sort of a literary magazine, which focuses on publishing extremely dark and violent adult fiction and poetry. In this issue we have an interview... More > with musician, author, movie maker, and self-proclaimed madman Casper Jean Rimbaud. Also there is fiction and poetry from D.B. Heath, Charles Hayes, Ramona Thompson, Jeremy Limn, Roger Leatherwood, Jeff Seeman, Robert Leuthold, Francis Paul, David Buglass, Clare Castleberry, P.A. Faulkner, Samantha Memi, E. Lillith McDermott, Alex Ross, and Priyadarshini Panchapakesan. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.< Less
Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 5 issue 2 for April 2016): Devilishly Erotic Horror By Hydra M. Star
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Adults Only! Infernal Ink Magazine is a different sort of a literary magazine, which focuses on publishing extremely dark and violent adult fiction and poetry. In this issue we have an interview... More > with the man behind Old Nick Magazine and the forthcoming Satanic Warlock book Magister Dr. Robert Johnson and as always, Dave Lipscomb makes an appearance with his music column “The DaveL’s Music”. Also we have fiction and poetry from Robert J. Leuthold, Alex S. Johnson, Phil Slattery, Scott Thomas Outlar, Layla Cummins, Milton C. Cruver, Shaun Avery, James Park, Adam Matson, Trip O’Shea, Dan Weatherer, Phillip E. Van Damme, and Evelyn Eve. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.< Less
Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 1 issue 1 for April 2012) By Hydra M. Star
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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... More > 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 erotic horror writer Destiny West along with an excerpt from her novel Lamia: The Awakening, column pieces from Andrea Dean van Scoyoc and Dave Lipscomb, the DaveL with “The DaveL’s Music”, and strange true stories of the paranormal. Also in this issue fiction and poetry from the likes of Genevieve Nichols, Angela Ash, Joseph DeRepentigny, Mel K.F., Vincent Daemon, Eliza Divine, Tibbie X., and Anthony Anderson.< Less
Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 5 issue 1 for January 2016): Devilishly Erotic Horror By Hydra M. Star
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Adults Only! Infernal Ink Magazine is a different sort of a literary magazine, which focuses on publishing extremely dark and violent adult fiction and poetry. In this issue we have an interview... More > with the authors Jess Raven and Paula Black who tell us all about their The Becoming Series and their plans for the future. As always, Dave Lipscomb makes an appearance with his music column “The DaveL’s Music”, but this month he has a special interview with Infernal Ink regular, podcaster, and heavy metal aficionado Robert J. Leuthold. Also we have fiction and poetry from Brandon Antonio Smith, Evelyn Eve, Rick Powell, Vincent Daemon, James Park, Eric LaRocca, M.A. Istvan Jr., Stephen McQuiggan, Nathan Wunner, Nicholaus Patnaude, Michael W. Clark, and Robert J. Luethold. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.< Less
Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 4 issue 4 for October 2015) By Hydra M. Star
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Adults Only! Infernal Ink Magazine is a different sort of a literary magazine, which focuses on publishing extremely dark and violent adult fiction and poetry. In this issue we have an interview... More > with the author M. R. Stover. As always, Dave Lipscomb makes an appearance with his music column “The DaveL’s Music” and his art column “Odd Ocularities”. See sights here that you will not see anywhere else. Also we have fiction and poetry from Robert Leuthold, Mel Douleur, M. R. Stover, William B. Ferraro, Van Hall, Nathan Wunner, Kevin G. Bufton, Jason A. Feingold, Marten Hoyle, James Park, and Ita Ekhaletruo. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.< Less