Some of NTD 31's stories feature the zombie's point of view. These monsters spend more time being harried rather than attacking humans, for example, Allan Heller's "Cabin." Get ready for some sleepless nights with "Blood Moon," when a grieving woman calls her dead beloved back to life. You'll find plenty of horror and zombie fiction/poetry, along with cover illustrations by Sandy DeLuca, Marge Simon, Teresa Tunaley, Denny Marshall, and other great artists.
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About the Author
Back in high school in the 1970s, I weaned on Dracula and Dark Shadows, and enjoyed a good horror or science fiction flick. I attempted my first short story in 1990, when a college professor encouraged me to try writing to process my grief over my mother's death. A Stephen King fan, I went with horror fiction, and work through my grief I did, for many of my protagonists were grieving over deceased parents. My horror and science fiction short stories have appeared in The Vampire's Crypt, Alien Worlds, Detective Mystery Stories, The Ultimate Unknown, and other small press magazines. Night to Dawn published my work before the former editor retired. I've been editing the magazine for the last twelve years.