Dark Discoveries – Issue #29
Esoteric Introduction by Mark Booth
All new Fiction by: Laird Barron, Donald Tyson, John Shirley, Simon R. Green, Simon Strantzas, Glen Hirshberg
Interviews with: Adam Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon, Glen Hirshberg, Donald Tyson, Noelle Leon
“The Secret History of King Arthur” by Mark Booth, “Through the Darkest Lens: Conspiracy Theory in Fiction and Culture” by K. H. Vaughan, “An Unreading: Notes on a Narrative of Failure” by D. Harlan Wilson
Jade Sky Comic by: Joe McKinney and Patrick Freivald with artwork from B. MacKay.
Columns from Gary Braunbeck, Yvonne Navarro, Richard Dansky, Robert Morrish and so much more!
Table of Contents
1. (Little Miss) Queen of Darkness by Laird Barron
2. Hexenhaus: A Normal and Nadine Adventure by Glen Hirshberg
3. The Eclipsed by Donald Tyson
4. The Initiation of Larry Schor by John Shirley
5. Hollow is the Heart by Simon R. Green
6. Youth’s Folly by Simon Strantzas
1. “The Secret History of King Arthur” by Mark Booth
2. “A Teller of Storied Tales: Interviewing Glen Hirshberg” by Joel B. Kirkpatrick
3. “H.P. Lovecraft, the Occult, and Literature: An Interview with Donald Tyson” by Aaron J. French
4. “Back to Frank Black: An interview with Adam Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon” by K. H. Vaughan
5. Horror in a Hundred Stories: Terrie Leigh Relf, William Morgan, and Lori R. Lopez
6. Interview with Noelle Leon by Leah Jung
7. “Through the Darkest Lens: Conspiracy Theory in Fiction and Culture” by K. H. Vaughan
6. An Unreading: Notes on a Narrative of Failure” by D. Harlan Wilson
1. “Not-So-Secret Societies” by Yvonne Navarro
2. “Secret Societies…and Horror” by Michael R. Collings
3. “What the Hell Ever Happened to… An Interview with Gary Raisor” by Robert Morrish
2. “RPG Conspiracies: An Interview with Kenneth Hite” by Richard Dansky
3. “This Is Where I Came In…” 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
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