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Shock Totem 9

Curious Tales of the Macabre and Twisted

By Shock Totem, K Allen Wood (Edited by), Stephen Graham Jones (With)

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Format: Paperback / softback, 138 pages
Other Information: black & white illustrations
Published In: United States, 01 July 2014
Shock Totem celebrates its ninth issue, featuring fantastic tales of nightmares, monsters, ghosts, and severed digits! Inside you will find not only a brand new, previously unpublished tale by Stephen Graham Jones, but also an interview with this modern master of words. Kathryn Ohnaka presents "Buddy," a twisting, slithering serpent of a tale. The words are pure poetry, with fangs. "Saturday," by Evan Dicken, follows, creeping and crawling and filled with Things that whisper of doom. Similar whisperings can be heard in Bracken MacLeod's "Thirteen Views of the Suicide Woods" and most of you will know the voices. Tim Lieder's darkly rhythmic "Hey Man" will get you toe-tapping and "in the mood." With a touch of science fiction, Emma Osborne's "The Box Wife" is sure to leave you uncomfortable. The box wife is one and many, but you'll recognize all. Stephen King once called Jack Ketchum "the scariest guy in America." What scares the scariest guy in America? Karen Runge. And you'll know why after reading "Good Help." Peter Gutierrez provides the poetry with his outstanding "Anteroom." Closing out the fiction in this issue is S.R. Mastrantone's "Alan Roscoe's Change of Heart," a tale that chips away at a well-mined vein--the near-death experience--but manages to produce an untouched gem. In addition to the previously-mentioned conversation with Stephen Graham Jones, F. Paul Wilson is also interviewed. The seventh installment of our music-meets-horror serial, "Bloodstains & Blue Suede Shoes," tackles the 80s and Catherine Grant provides the editorial, a scary piece that hits close to home for creators and readers of horror. All that and more! Come see why "Shock Totem" is billed as ..".one of the strongest horror fiction magazines on the market today" (Hellnotes)."
EAN: 9780986274800
ISBN: 0986274801
Publisher: Shock Totem Publications
Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 0.8 centimetres (0.20 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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