NIGHTMARE is a digital horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE's pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. Welcome to issue 119 of NIGHTMARE! Our first story in this month's issue is "Every Atom Belonging to Me as Good Belongs to You," by Endria Isa Richardson. (Fans of Walt Whitman will recognize the title as a quote from "Song of Myself.") It's a terrifying story about complications wrought by climate change, but it's also a touching exploration of the meaning of family. Just as importantly, it's a story about No Easy Answers-the theme of this month's issue. Adam-Troy Castro returns to our pages with a blast of body horror in his new short, "The Arm Ouroboros." Mel Kassel brings us a flash story about pettiness and ghosts: "Skitterdead." And in his poem "Around the Corners," Jarod K. Anderson explores the labyrinth of life with depression. To lighten up the mood, horror scholar Melanie R. Anderson delves into the world of fungi in her essay for The H Word column. Our staff writers interview the authors of our short fiction, and Gordon B. White returns with an exciting long-form interview with rising star Cynthia Pelayo.