Dark Eclipse #5 - The Dark Moon Digest e-Monthly [NOOK Book]

Overview

Issue #5 of Dark Eclipse (formerly known as the Dark Moon Digest e-Magazine) is a keeper. With the same quality horror fiction as our quarterly print publication, Dark Eclipse also brings you columns, features, book reviews, movie reviews, horror poetry and much more. (Dark Eclipse is only available in e-format.) Short stories in this issue include “Housing Unit Four” (Sylvia James), “One and Entire” (Ryan Notch), “Some Dark Things” (Morgen Knight), plus three outstanding flash fiction pieces “Teeth” (David ...
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Dark Eclipse #5 - The Dark Moon Digest e-Monthly

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Overview

Issue #5 of Dark Eclipse (formerly known as the Dark Moon Digest e-Magazine) is a keeper. With the same quality horror fiction as our quarterly print publication, Dark Eclipse also brings you columns, features, book reviews, movie reviews, horror poetry and much more. (Dark Eclipse is only available in e-format.) Short stories in this issue include “Housing Unit Four” (Sylvia James), “One and Entire” (Ryan Notch), “Some Dark Things” (Morgen Knight), plus three outstanding flash fiction pieces “Teeth” (David Horscroft), “Homebody” (Ramona Gardea) and “Hold Your Breath” (Tara Fox Hall. Part five of Craig Garrett’s “Last Man Without a Tan” also appears in this issue. Columns include “Weaponology: The Battle Axe” (Jennifer Word), “The Cellar Door: Chemo Jones and the Suckers of the Lost Goat” by Max Booth III and “From the Chemerical Dark: The Scottish Play” (Sean Davis). Reviews include a look at the movie “Insidious” (Manny Frishberg) and a review of the novel “Damned” (Max Booth III). There are also poems from John Hawkhead, Joel Bjorling, William Andre Sanders and some guy named Lovecraft. And we can’t forget the newest horror review column from actor Ryan Bollman (Children of the Corn 2). All in all, a must-read issue.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013509405
  • Publisher: Dark Moon Books
  • Publication date: 11/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 881,121
  • File size: 2 MB

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