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Review Corner: Linda Listens

LINDA LISTENS Guest Review by Bo Chappell In the few short years since introducing herself to the horror community, Augie Peterson has: Started her own website to collect and share her original horror short…

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The Ticklebeast by Phillip Gustavus Hostetler

I love nature, I love the surprising and sometimes perplexing adaptations it produces to fill an ecosystemic niche. Just when I think I’ve seen it all through my many romps and hikes, a new…

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Fractures by Peter Burton

The city’s dreich rainbow of concrete, granite, and cloud looms over me as I sit waiting on a steel bench, it’s cold metal tang absorbed long ago by the heat of my thighs. I’m…

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Alone by Janine PIPE

Kirsten enjoyed a luxurious stretch in her large bed, revelling in the euphoria of a restful night. That, and knowing it was her day off, was pure bliss. The King-size bed was all hers,…

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Episode 030 – Danger Slater

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qxpns-e6601a Danger Slater and I discuss the films of Harmony Korine, in particular “The Beach Bum” and “Spring Breakers”, in our opinion two of the best films in recent years! (Spoiler alert! Watch them…

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Episode 029 – Sam Richard

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-s8szh-e65fb4 Sam Richard is a beloved Losing the Plot alumnus, who is back to celebrate two glorious occasions:1. The release of his latest book, the novella “Sabbath of the Fox-Devils” out with Weirdpunk Books2….

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Episode 028 – Jo Quenell

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-646ud-e65f37 Jo Quenell’s latest is The Mud Ballad, the first in Weirdpunk Books’ new line of novellas! We talk about DIY art, schlocky horror films—and killing your inner bro! (Oh, and for context, at…

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The Dungwich Horror

A Lovecraptian Tale by Josh Schlossberg   My head throbbing from last night’s drinking binge, I sat on the john for my late morning elimination. Usually regular enough to set a clock by, I…

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Poetry 101: The Tanka

Poetry 101: The Tanka By James Matthew Byers   Greetings from the Darque Bard! Today’s poetry blog introduces the tanka. This form of Japanese poetry has existed nearly 1,200 years. It’s similar to a…

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Justice & Novella Updates!

Good Evening! First of all, WOW. We knew Novella’s were a popular format and we anticipated a fair response but its safe to say we did NOT anticipate the volume of submissions we received….

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