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release date: Dec 16, 2017
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The Shadow Over Deathlehem: An Anthology of Holiday Horrors for Charity
O little town of Deathlehem, Within you death doth lie! Beneath thy deep and rutted streets Tormented souls do cry. Yet in your dark streets shineth A cold and ghostly light. The fears and tears of all the years Are met in thee tonight. Well, here we are again, folks — Deathlehem … … where Krampus isn't the only creature to fear when the holiday draws near… … where holiday treats aren't safe to eat … … where not even the apocalypse will keep people from celebrating the holiday … … where even Chanukah isn't safe to celebrate … Twenty-five more tales of holiday horror to benefit The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
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release date: Jul 13, 2018
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Erring on the Side of Calamity: A Collection of Horror
You knew you shouldn’t have. But you did it anyway: A few seconds of thoughtless cruelty; an obsession indulged; the pursuit of that beautiful woman who’s just…wrong. Here are seventeen tales of faulty impulses and bad decisions that reaped horrifying results – and one where everything actually turns out well. Read, enjoy, and promise yourself you’ll carefully consider all your future choices.
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release date: Jun 12, 2014
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Jhator
While attending the funerals for several family members lost in a fire, Sofia finds herself plagued with a bitter taste nothing can remove. A year later, she rescues a white snake trapped in her garden. The bitter taste disappears and Sofia discovers she has been given a gift: She can understand the speech of animals. This gift, however, comes with some heavy responsibilities. Three physical animal guides enter Sofia's life to help release her from her grief. Her dog, Jet, is exuberant and joyful while Afra, the doe, is an empathic, grieving mother. Anat, the vulture, is a harsh, sometimes terrifying teacher. They find that they must all embrace the concept of Jhator, a traditional Tibetan funeral practice in which the body of a dead person is exposed to the open air to be eaten by vultures.
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release date: Sep 29, 2015
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Sanitarium Magazine Issue #37: Bringing you the Best Short Horror Fiction, Dark Verse and Macabre Entertainment

Welcome to the Sanitarium

The perfect length for your in-between reading, you’ll love the portability of this little slice of damnation as you tremble while you wait for the doctor, fear for your life over lunch, and lose yourself in the mesmerizing poetry of oblivion. It’s that easy to dive into these short horror fiction reads. Discover new authors and awake new nightmares each and every month. Sound too crazy to be true?

Within Sanitarium (Horror Fiction and Dark Verse) Magazine Issue 37 you will find the horror fiction your deepest fears crave:

  • The Trauma Eater by DC Mallery
  • Katy Did by Christine Lajewski
  • Guest by Kathleen Wolak
  • The Stranger by Patrick Winters
  • Gorge by Jesse Morrison
  • Solitudo by Christopher J. Ferguson
  • Lethargica by Craig Meinhart
  • Where Do I Go by CR Brooks
  • Pier Paolo Pasolini Takes Me to Hell by Justin Holliday

On the record with:

  • Tales to Terrify
  • Flipping Zombies
  • A Classic Case of Lycanthropy

A little word from our readers:

One of the great things about Sanitarium Magazine is the effort they put into discovering new authors. Many horror magazines favor work of King or other "proven" authors, but by reaching out the the next generation, Sanitarium opens the door to really new ideas. - DL SHANNON // DEVER, CO

Sanitarium is an excellent high quality horror magazine full of new, emerging writers and some old faces. All the stories are very good. However, my personal favourite by Lex Sinclair stands out as the best. It has elements of Edgar Allen Poe. - SAM // LONDON, UK

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release date: Oct 08, 2015
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Sanitarium #037 (Sanitarium Magazine) (Volume 37)
Welcome to the Sanitarium The perfect length for your in-between reading, you’ll love the portability of this little slice of damnation as you tremble while you wait for the doctor, fear for your life over lunch, and lose yourself in the mesmerizing poetry of oblivion. It’s that easy to dive into these short horror fiction reads. Discover new authors and awake new nightmares each and every month. Sound too crazy to be true? Within Sanitarium (Horror Fiction and Dark Verse) Magazine Issue 37 you will find the horror fiction your deepest fears crave: The Trauma Eater by DC Mallery Katy Did by Christine Lajewski Guest by Kathleen Wolak The Stranger by Patrick Winters Gorge by Jesse Morrison Solitudo by Christopher J. Ferguson Lethargica by Craig Meinhart Where Do I Go by CR Brooks Pier Paolo Pasolini Takes Me to Hell by Justin Holliday On the record with: Tales to Terrify Flipping Zombies A Classic Case of Lycanthropy A little word from our readers: One of the great things about Sanitarium Magazine is the effort they put into discovering new authors. Many horror magazines favor work of King or other "proven" authors, but by reaching out the the next generation, Sanitarium opens the door to really new ideas. - DL SHANNON // DEVER, CO Sanitarium is an excellent high quality horror magazine full of new, emerging writers and some old faces. All the stories are very good. However, my personal favourite by Lex Sinclair stands out as the best. It has elements of Edgar Allen Poe. - SAM // LONDON, UK
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