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Sort order. Jun 30, Dave Granger rated it it was amazing. What a great read. The editor, Jeani Rector is amazing at putting together these amazing anthologies, the online magazine and now the actual magazine.

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I picked up a Kindle version of this and I'm glad I did. The magazine starts with a bang by one of my favorite new writer's, Shaun Meeks. His story, Angel in the High Tower is a bit different than his usual work. The emotional element in this is strong. And by far this is What a great read.

And by far this is one of the strongest stories in the set. Yet, it is not the only must read here.

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Every single story in the collection, though many of these writers are new to me, are great. Kachuba and Tim Jeffreys. If you've never read anything by The Horror Zine before, this is a great place to start. View 2 comments. Jan 20, Darlene Harris rated it it was amazing. This is much smaller than any of the anthologies, but it's still packed with some great fiction and poetry. It starts off with the best story in the set, Shaun Meeks' Angel in the High Tower, but the flow and quality never falters once.

As far as poetry goes, there are some strange and quirky ones, my favorite of them being the one by Max Booth III. Amy rated it really liked it Jul 03, Bruce Memblatt rated it it was amazing Apr 02, Dave Granger rated it it was amazing Apr 05, Amanda Meeks rated it it was amazing Mar 03, Francois Oulet rated it it was amazing Jan 23, Mina LaFleur rated it it was amazing Sep 07, More filters. Sort order. Jun 16, Madge rated it liked it Shelves: collections-anthologies , kindle-books , three-and-a-half-stars. From the mildly creepy to sci-fi to campy or bizzare, this collection has something for almost anyone.

Otherwise, give The Horror Zine Magazine a chance. My rating: 3. Both of these were inspired by and reminiscent of two greats: Poe and Lovecraft. Those were my favorite stories, but I think the others were pretty good. I will definitely continue to read publications from The Horror Zine Magazine in the future, and I hope to see some of these authors again. The poetry varied greatly in style and theme. Overall, I liked this one a lot and I do recommend it.

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Brian J. Recent issues of the zine focus on her life adventures- such as touring the east coast alone via Megabus, and striving to live an ideal life, despite having to navigate her way through complicated relationships and struggling with mental illness. She maintains a daily webcomic that pokes fun and gathers insight from her daily life and experiences, ranging from kids, gluten intolerance, table top role playing, and hilarious friends and family.

Despite common belief, her comics are NOT historical documents. We believe in the necessity of self-preservation and creating visibility around our struggles and histories through the medium of zines. Caitlin Constantine — All I Want is Everything Caitlin is a Florida-based writer who spends part of her time writing and reading and the other part of her time running, cycling and swimming long distances.

She also edits and writes the blog Fit and Feminist, and sometimes her work shows up in other places that actually pay her money. She looks forward to establishing her own feminist fitness media empire someday. Regional explores the history and derivations of one food item, includes a recipe, and a poster celebrating the subject on the back. Creator Cassie Tompkins is a Chicago-based designer and artist.

Draws sad bastard, black and white comics of the indy persuasion.

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Curbside Splendor — 90 Crucial Changes We publish literary fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and art that celebrate the delicate point where gritty urban life and art intersect. She writes Habits of Being, an oral history zine, and has also released an audio version. She also writes Secret Bully, a creative nonfiction zine. She recently released a collection of her hand-drawn, narrative postcards for 31 Postcards in 31 Days. Sew What.

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Daisy Noemi loves pretty things, and finds weird things to be charmingly pretty too. Find her on Facebook under Daisy Noemi or email her a good word [or two] at daisyngomez gmail. Damien Fosse — Kickscootergetaway Kick off into the inter-urban and country crossed adventure of kickscooter travel. David Alvarado — 98 Dirty Hands, who remembers anyway, professor walton Illustrator and cartoonist, intrests in zines and printmaking. She lives in Chicago and does written explorations of gender, normativity, and radical visibility. She works to incorporate vulnerability and non-violence into her life while she strives for social justice. Eric Bartholomew — 96 Junk Drawer, Junk Drawer Landscape Eric grew up going to garage sales, finding stuff in alleys, and collecting odds and ends of various sorts.

She is a founder and past organizer of the LA Zine Fest. She enjoys grilled cheese sandwiches and kittens. Also, puppies. She has an interest in everything spooky and unusual, and has self published three comics so far, you can find out more about them and her at: comicbookghoul. Gerbera — The Hallway Closet Gerbera likes rolling down hills, confusion, and interesting commercials. Henry Guerra — 89 The beast, ham hook, hell hook Henry guerra is a animation and comic student developing his art practice in Chicago.

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