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June 2018 TOMB

Summer is arriving! Things are heating up outside. The Horror Zine is always hot!

In this June 2018 issue

First:

tim waggoner

Tim Waggoner (Bram Stoker Award winner, finalist for the Shirley Jackson and the Scribe Award) tells us what it's like to teach--and learn--Creative Writing HERE

Next:

Nancy Kilpatrick

Vampire Queen Nancy Kilpatrick has been called "Canada's answer to Anne Rice" by Fangoria Magazine. Find a story from her HERE

That's not all!

house

All those years ago, you saw The Amityville Horror movie. What do you know about the REAL Amityville Horror house that the film was based upon? Find out HERE

And....

You already know our staff members:

Dean H. Wild, Assistant Editor

Christian A. Larsen, Media Coordinator

Bruce Memblatt, Kindle Coordinator

NOW MEET OUR NEWEST STAFF MEMBER, JUSTIN HAMELIN, HERE

And....

open

Submissions of fiction, poetry and art for the ezine are now OPEN. Go HERE

Still More

In this issue of The Horror Zine:

In Fiction:

The Horror Zine is proud to present fantastic fiction by Nancy Kilpatrick, Aaron White, Anne Breen, and John Siney.

In Poetry:

The Horror Zine publishes the dark delights of Josh Darling, Meg Smith, and Michael Bates.

In Art:

The Horror Zine displays the stunning selections of Līga Kļaviņa.

Welcome to the June 2018 issue of

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