Issue #1 of DarkFuse Magazine coming June 13, 2017.

Official contents include...
  • “A Pocketful of Pestilence” by HL Fullerton (DarkBorne Muse #13)
  • “Nicky Poo” by Brian Knight (The Vault #1)
  • “Tiny Boxes” by Andrew Kozma (Horror d’oeuvres #69)
  • “The Smoker” by Patrick Kill (Cult of Kill #38)
  • “This Our Angry Train” by Christa Carmen (Featured Fiction #35)
  • “What Happened When She Couldn’t Stop” by Stephanie M. Wytovich (Inside the Skin Bouquet #3)
  • “First Impressions” A short film directed by Eric Shapiro & based off a short story by Greg F. Gifune (DarkFuse Presents #3)
  • “Pavor Nocturnus” by Michelle Garza & Melissa Lason (Erotikós #5)
  • “The Job” by William Meikle (Novella #10)

Short Story Showcase

Four Souls Of Eve

On All Hallows’ Eve, the door between the physical and spiritual worlds dissolves, and the past quite literally returns to haunt Eve.

Before this Halloween is over, she’ll wish that door had stayed shut, and the ghosts of boyfriends past had stayed dead and buried.

Available direct from Frith Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Kobo, and other eBook retailers.

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The Tiger In The Lifeboat

You’ll probably agree with me when I say that the word ‘epic’ is an overused one. ‘That was an epic party last night, man.’ ‘The cupcakes Betsie made for Jess’s party were epic!’ ‘Whoa, Claire just delivered the most epic of epic burns!’ Despite the propensity for ‘epic’ to be thrown around like a Frisbee at a frat house, I’ve never shied from attributing the term to certain works of fiction, or from feeling more connected to those works because of it.

When I was in middle school, I was always primed for the possibility of finding the next epic read. Stories and scenes that topped this list were the shipwreck at the start of Black Beauty, Where the Red Fern Grows, with its fulfillment of the heartbreaking but awe-inspiring Native American legend...
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