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February 2018 valentine

Welcome to the Ramsey Campbell double issue!

In this February 2018 issue

First:

Everyone says his name. Best-selling British author Ramsey Campbell tells The Horror Zine about himself HERE

(video formatting by Patrick Devaney)

Next:

Ramsey Campbell

More Ramsey Campbell! Creepy and eerie fiction from this Best-Selling author HERE

More:

The Horror Zine has just won First Place from the Preditors and Editors (spelled that way on purpose) in these three categories:

fiction poetry editor

That's not all!

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Why does this cat have two faces? It's not photoshopped. Find out HERE

NEWS:

NOTICE: The Horror Zine is announcing open submissions for stories for an anthology titled THE HORROR ZINE's BOOK OF GHOST STORIES.

The Horror Zine will pay $20 per accepted story. MUST STATE 'GHOST STORY' IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR EMAIL!!! Or else your email WILL NOT BE READ.

GUIDELINES: Ghosts / haunted houses / haunted graveyards / spirits. Must be really scary. Must be original (not a reprint) between 2K and 4K words. DUE DATE IS APRIL 30, 2018.

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Still More:

In this issue of The Horror Zine:

In Fiction:

The Horror Zine is proud to present fantastic fiction by Ramsey Campbell, David F. Shultz, Malcolm Laughton, and Gary Robbe.

In Poetry:

The Horror Zine publishes the dark delights of Richard Stevenson, Wesley D. Gray, and Kevin Holton.

In Art:

The Horror Zine displays the stunning selections of Mrs.White and Judith Sachs.

Welcome to the February 2018 issue of

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