Wednesday, December 13, 2017

NEW HORROR 'ZINE IS GROTESQUE


Now into its second issue, GROTESQUE QUARTERLY is a combination of vintage, public domain horror stories, new horror fiction, poetry, punk, death metal, and rockabilly music reviews, art, and true ghost stories. Ordering info is HERE.

From the Editor
Grotesque Magazine is a quarterly publication for all things horror. The gory, the scary, the psychologically thrilling, and the supernatural can all find their homes here. Our magazine features contemporary and classic horror stories from both established and up-and-coming authors. From literary fiction to splatter-punk; flash fiction to poetry, Grotesque Magazine thirsts for it as long as it contains some aspect of horror. Beyond the strange horizons of horror fiction, Grotesque Magazine showcases nonfiction articles and reviews on Psychobilly, Death Metal, and Horror-punk music, as well as horror and horror-comedy movies and television shows. We’re also known to unearth the occasional gruesome drink or food recipes and enjoy art and comics in the horror genre. In our Obituary section we let readers tell us their ghost stories.



ISSUE #1 CONTENTS
Food for the Fish by Russell J. Dorn
Toxoplasmosis by Morgan Roth
The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
The Top Attic in Pringle’s Mansion, Edinburgh by Elliot O’Donnell
The Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe
The Lurking Corpses, Smells like the Dead Album Review
Skeleton In The Closet, Book Review
Castlevania, Series Review
Horror-Comedy Movie Essentials
Witch’s Brew Adult Beverage
The Obituary: Ghost Stories from Readers
Dinner For Two, Comic



ISSUE #2 CONTENTS
Fiction
Where Has My Mother Gone? by Thomas L. Winters
Hollow of the Dolls by Larry D. Thacker
Dots by Gale Acuff
In the Desert by Stephen Crane
The Intruder by John Grey
Randall’s Noose by N.D. Coley
A Mother’s Desire by Tiffany Buck
A Carcass by Charles Baudelaire
Hino by Robert Beveridge
Dry Rot by Maul Allan Hewish
Mister Midnight by Dan Fields
The Current Downtown by Bill Vernon
Across the Phosphorescent by Richard King Perkins II
Molly’s Parasite by Kevin Steffanson
The Scare Is Everywhere by Ramona Thompson
Mocking Laughter by Jake Cosmos Aller
Bad Day by Michael McHenry
In The Sand They Feed by Henry James Blizzard
Keezheekoni by Sheila Rosart
Oh Death by Jake W. Ford

Non-Fiction
Bathory Boys – Album Review by Nicholas Haust
Dead Vampires – Album Review by Morgan Roth
Optic Nerve Noodles – Recipe by Chop Chop Choi
Psychobilly & Horror-Punk Halloween by Russell J. Dorn
The Obituary – Ghost Stories from the Readers
Trick or Treat – Felipe Femur & Friends Comic

Art
“All is Vanity” by Charles Allan Gilbert
“Blood Dress,” “Incubus,” and “Undone” by Melissa Trotter (Stolen Innocence Photography)
“The Mind of a Gordino,” “Disease Man,” and “Mr Marshall” by Rodrigo Montina
“Head of a Clown” by Joseph Kutter

REVIEW FROM EVERY WRITER'S RESOURCE WEB SITE

Grotesque Quarterly is a professional horror magazine with a vivid design and digital or print edition. The magazine seems to have a minimal website. It is well designed, but they have not posted much.

In order to enjoy the magazine you have to purchase a digital copy starting at $2.99. The magazine seems worth it, but there are no sample pages.

The magazine is professionally done, with a good layout and good design. The issue is filled with horror stories and poetry. The magazine is still new, founded in 2017. It’s one we will keep out eye on in the future. It’s easily one of the best startup magazines of 2017.



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