Dark Discoveries – Issue #30
All new Fiction by: Storm Constantine, Scott Edelman, Ray Garton, John Everson, D. Harlan Wilson, Erinn L. Kemper and Cecilia Tan
Interviews with: Cecilia Tan, Del Howison and Joseph Nassise
Articles on: “Fear, Desire, and the stories of Robert Aickman” by Lawrence C. Connolly, “Inner Demons: Desire and Conflict in Horror” Article by K. H. Vaughan, “Driving into the Sun SHRIEKFEST 2014” by John Palisano, Cover Model Nofar Avigdor Profile
Jade Sky Comic by: Joe McKinney and Patrick Freivald with artwork from B. MacKay.
Columns from Gary Braunbeck, Yvonne Navarro, Richard Dansky, Robert Morrish, Michael R. Collings, Donald Tyson and so much more!
Table of Contents
1. At the Sign of the Leering Angel by Storm Constantine
2. Becoming Invisible, Becoming Seen by Scott Edelman
3. Emily’s Last Session by Ray Garton
4. Field of Flesh by John Everson
5. I Believe I Shall Not Die by D. Harlan Wilson
6. Symbiosis by Erinn L. Kemper
7. The Wanting by Cecilia Tan
1. “Chasing Desires: An interview with Cecilia Tan” by K. H. Vaughan
2. “Nightbreed Rising: An Interview with Del Howison and Joseph Nassise, eds. of Midian Unmade” by K. H. Vaughan
3. “Inner Demons: Desire and Conflict in Horror” Article by K. H. Vaghan
4. “Fear, Desire, and the stories of Robert Aickman” by Lawrence C. Connolly
5. Horror in a Hundred Stories
6. Exemplifying the Sinister: An Interview with Nofar Avigdor By Leah Jung
7. “Driving into the Sun SHRIEKFEST 2014” by John Palisano
1. Double X Chromosome: Perfection by Yvonne Navarro
2. “Why Sinister Appetites are Sinister… and Why They Aren’t” by Michael R. Collings
3. “What the Hell Ever Happened to… Jeff Connor and Scream/Press” by Robert Morrish
4. “Stalking the Sexy 32-Bit Nightmare” by Richard Dansky
5. Murmurs in the Dark: “Aleister Crowley’s Magical Child” by Donald Tyson
6. “… Can’t Get It Out of My Head…” by Gary A. Braunbeck
Jade Sky Comic by Joe McKinney and Patrick Freivald – Artwork by B. MacKay.
Hellnotes, HorrorWorld, Horror Review and BuyZombie.com Reviews
Dark Discoveries is a quarterly (Spring: April 30th, Summer: July 31st, Autumn: October 31st and Winter: January 31st), 8×11/color glossy magazine (100 to 130 pages) that is available in close to 500 stores in the US, Canada and Overseas (U.K., Germany and other countries) — including Barnes & Noble, Chapters, Powell’s Books, Tattered Covers, Borderlands, Things From Another World, Dreamhaven, Mystery & Imagination and Dark Delicacies.
In continuous publication for nearly a decade, the magazine features some of the best content in the Horror/Dark Fantasy/Science Fiction genres, offering in-depth interviews, insightful articles, regular columns, fantastic artwork and outstanding short fiction. Past contributors and topics include: Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, The Twilight Zone, H.R. Giger, William F. Nolan, Ramsey Campbell, EC Comics, Joe R. Lansdale, Dan O’Bannon, Forrest J Ackerman, Graham Masterton, Brian Lumley, George Clayton Johnson, Dark Horse Comics, Brian Keene, Douglas Clegg, Joe Hill, J.K. Potter and many others.
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