Tag: Nightmare Magazine

  • Review: Nightmare, Issue 93 (June 2020)

    Review: Nightmare, Issue 93 (June 2020)

    I really love every story in this issue. Everything had the right amount of tension, chills, and ambiguity. There’s an image of attendees at a party after the party is over in “Girls Without Their Faces On” by Laird Barron that will haunt me forever. As will the Dorset Ooser from “We, the Folk” by G.V. Anderson, which can you can find on Wikipedia and elsewhere. It’s real. AHHH!

  • Review: Nightmare Magazine, Issue 10

    Review: Nightmare Magazine, Issue 10

    Magazine cover for Nightmare Magazine, Issue 10 with art by Adam S Doyle The highlight of this issue is most definitely the interview with Joe Hill. I haven’t read any of his work yet, but I’m really interested now that I’ve read this interview.

  • Review: Nightmare Magazine, Issue 46

    Review: Nightmare Magazine, Issue 46

    Goodreads image of Nightmare Magazine Issue 46 cover I found some of the stories in Issue 46 of Nightmare Magazine to be a little opaque, making for interesting reading and leaving me to think about possible meanings.

  • Review: Nightmare Magazine Issue 1 October 2012

    Review: Nightmare Magazine Issue 1 October 2012

    Cover of Issue 1 of Nightmare Magazine edited by John Joseph Adams with profile of woman with skull and ponytail on the back of her head I’m reading the most recent issues of Nightmare Magazine and also going back to the beginning to read every issue. Fantastic issue!

  • Review: Nightmare Magazine Issue 45 June 2016

    Review: Nightmare Magazine Issue 45 June 2016

    Cover of Night Magazine issue 45 edited by John Joseph Adams Oh, wow, this is a great issue. I haven’t read a lot of horror short fiction in recent decades and I’ve been curious to see what writers are writing about. Thus, I’m a new subscriber; it has already been rewarding.