The Horror Zine



2 December 2021


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


For this month's Christmas present, The Horror Zine presents a double Joe R. Lansdale issue, along with other amazing, don't-miss talents!

In this December 2021 issue



Best-selling author Joe R. Lansdale gives us brand new writing tips...this time of the technical nature HERE


Remember, this is a Joe R. Lansdale double issue! So The Horror Zine presents a story from the author who won ten Bram Stoker Awards, a British Fantasy Award, an Edgar Award, a World Horror Convention Grand Master Award, a Sugarprize, a Grinzane Cavour Prize for Literature, a Spur Award, and a Raymond Chandler Lifetime Achievement Award. Read Lansdale's story HERE



Most of us have seen Victorian post-mortem photographs...but how were they created? Find out on The Morbidly Fascinating Page HERE

That's not all!


A popular episode of The X-Files featured a man who was born with a tail. Did you know that sort of thing can happen in real life? How often, and why, does that happen? Find out about a baby born recently in Brazil with a tail HERE

Still More:

In this issue of The Horror Zine:

In Fiction:

The Horror Zine is proud to present fantastic fiction by Joe R. Lansdale, Nic Dracas, Gina Easton, and Robb White.

In Poetry:

The Horror Zine publishes the dark delights of Jessica Heron, Ed Blundell, and Brian Rosenberger.

In Art:

The Horror Zine displays the stunning selections of Janusz Gierat and Tero Porthan.

Welcome to the

December 2021 issue of

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