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Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | March, 2022 | No. 2: Dark Horses Magazine, #2
Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | April 2022 | No. 3: Dark Horses Magazine, #3
Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction: Dark Horses Magazine, #1
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Dark Horses Magazine

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dark horse
/ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/
noun
1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds.
"a dark-horse candidate"

Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses.

In this issue:

BAGGAGE
Brian Hogan

CROWDIDDLY
Stephan Mcquiggan

ETERNAL
Sheldon Woodbury

THE WINE-DARK EARTH
Wayne Kyle Spitzer

KALEIDOSCOPE
T.K. Howell

NIGHT SWIMMING
Matthew Fries

THE SHADOW BOX
Frederick Pangbourne

THE BAT AND THE CRESCENT MOON
Bill Link

THE WOMAN AND THE MAZE
DC Mallery

TO CATCH A GOD
Daniel Lidman

SpracheEnglish
HerausgeberHobb's End Press
Erscheinungsdatum16. Feb. 2022
Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | March, 2022 | No. 2: Dark Horses Magazine, #2
Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | April 2022 | No. 3: Dark Horses Magazine, #3
Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction: Dark Horses Magazine, #1

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  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction: Dark Horses Magazine, #1
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction: Dark Horses Magazine, #1
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction: Dark Horses Magazine, #1

    /ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/ noun 1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds. "a dark-horse candidate" Join us for a bi-monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses. In this issue: "The Burning Cathedral of Summer" by Wayne Kyle Spitzer "The Hornet Priest" by Kurt Newton "The Silhouette Shop" by M. Kari Barr "Growing Season" by Davin Ireland "A Whisperer Among the Graves" by Bill Link

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | March, 2022 | No. 2: Dark Horses Magazine, #2
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | March, 2022 | No. 2: Dark Horses Magazine, #2
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | March, 2022 | No. 2: Dark Horses Magazine, #2

    dark horse /ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/ noun 1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds. "a dark-horse candidate" Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses. In this issue: "In the Forests of the Night" by Wayne Kyle Spitzer "The Devil's Playground" by Kurt Newton "Death Before Birth" by James Harper "People of the Land" by Alistair Rey "A Whisperer Among the Graves, Prt. 2" by Bill Link

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | April 2022 | No. 3: Dark Horses Magazine, #3
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | April 2022 | No. 3: Dark Horses Magazine, #3
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | April 2022 | No. 3: Dark Horses Magazine, #3

    /ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/ noun 1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds. "a dark-horse candidate" Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses. In this issue: CLOUDS Wayne Kyle Spitzer ME AND NO-ME Robert Pope LAUREN Cameron Trost THE VOICE OF SAVAGES WOOD Tim Jeffreys THE GOLDEN ROSE Alexandra Amick BETWEEN STOPS John Mangio MALPRACTICE James Mathews URNE Michael Fowler PREDATOR IN A PINAFORE DRESS Tre Luna ANGEL HOUSE Tim Newton Anderson

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | May, 2022 | No. 4: Dark Horses Magazine, #4
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | May, 2022 | No. 4: Dark Horses Magazine, #4
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | May, 2022 | No. 4: Dark Horses Magazine, #4

    Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. In this issue:   THE RAISING OF HESTER MACRAE E.M. Anderson   QUERY LETTER Riley Winchester   OCTOBER MARDI GRAS Mary Jo Rabe   SHE AIN'T HEAVY Anthony Ferguson   THE SQUARE OF STARS Laurence Klavan   THE GIRL WITH CHARTREUSE HAIR Terry Sanville   THE GYRE Samuel Finn   THE SPUD Gregg Sapp   TIMBER AND ITS PURPOSES Charles Wilkinson   URBAN DECAY Wayne Kyle Spitzer   So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses!

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | June 2022 | No. 5: Dark Horses Magazine, #5
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | June 2022 | No. 5: Dark Horses Magazine, #5
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | June 2022 | No. 5: Dark Horses Magazine, #5

    Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here.   In this issue:   THE FINE ART OF LETTING GO Victoria Alexis THE GLASS FOLIO Ben Curl THE TEACHER Jeff D. Thompson SURVIVALIST Kevin Brown THE HAUNTING OF PIEDRAS BLANCAS DC Diamondopolous THAT EMPTY SPLENDOR Chase Dearinger WET BARK Wayne Kyle Spitzer FRANNY'S ART PROJECT Ryan T. Jenkins RED SANDS AT MORNING R. Wayne Gray THE DISTORTED EQUATION Vishnu Priya V   So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses!

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | July 2022 | No. 6: Dark Horses Magazine, #6
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | July 2022 | No. 6: Dark Horses Magazine, #6
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | July 2022 | No. 6: Dark Horses Magazine, #6

    dark horse /ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/ noun 1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds. "a dark-horse candidate" Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses. In this issue: THE DEAD WORLD Donald McCarthy THE WHEEL Sam Fletcher RED'S PLACE Douglas Young NIGHT OF THE TRELLIS Arthur Davis THE DEVIL DRIVES A '66 Wayne Kyle Spitzer THE SLIDE Michael Balletti DOORS BEST LEFT CLOSED Bill Link EXODUS John Andrew Karr A MIMICRY OF NIGHT Jon Michael Kelly DESCENT Nick Young

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | August 2022 | No. 7: Dark Horses Magazine, #7
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | August 2022 | No. 7: Dark Horses Magazine, #7
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction | August 2022 | No. 7: Dark Horses Magazine, #7

    dark horse /ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/ noun 1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds. "a dark-horse candidate" Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses. In this issue: QUESTIONS A MAN OUGHT NOT TO ASK Elizabeth Broadbent STRANGE WATER Steve Carr HOLY MOUNTAIN C.J. Scuffins THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE Wayne Kyle Spitzer MAKE IT A DOUBLE Warren Benedetto THE UNSCARED CROW Cody Nowack STRONGMAN SAFARI Mark Mellon THE GECKO KING Sam Fletcher BIRTH STORY Taryn Martinez

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction No. 8 | September 2022: Dark Horses Magazine, #8
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction No. 8 | September 2022: Dark Horses Magazine, #8
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction No. 8 | September 2022: Dark Horses Magazine, #8

    dark horse /ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/ noun 1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds. "a dark-horse candidate" Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses. In this issue: CLARITY Mark J. Schultis CONSUMED Ophelia Vang THE MIRROR Angelisa Fontaine-Wood ALUKA OF THE WITCH DOCTORS Wayne Kyle Spitzer MY FEELINGS ARE PLOTTING AGAINST ME Sabina Malik PUMP AND GO Caitlyn Pace SPLENDID ISOLATION Peter Emmett Naughton THE NIGHT WITCH Robert John Jenson UNINVITED GUESTS Adam Newnham VISITOR Jeremy Schnee

  • Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction No. 9 | October 2022: Dark Horses Magazine, #9
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction No. 9 | October 2022: Dark Horses Magazine, #9
    Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction No. 9 | October 2022: Dark Horses Magazine, #9

    dark horse /ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/ noun 1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds. "a dark-horse candidate" Join us for a monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion--whatever it is, if it's weird, it's here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses. In this issue: BAGGAGE Brian Hogan CROWDIDDLY Stephan Mcquiggan ETERNAL Sheldon Woodbury THE WINE-DARK EARTH Wayne Kyle Spitzer KALEIDOSCOPE T.K. Howell NIGHT SWIMMING Matthew Fries THE SHADOW BOX Frederick Pangbourne THE BAT AND THE CRESCENT MOON Bill Link THE WOMAN AND THE MAZE DC Mallery TO CATCH A GOD Daniel Lidman

Autor

Wayne Kyle Spitzer

Wayne Kyle Spitzer (born July 15, 1966) is an American author and low-budget horror filmmaker from Spokane, Washington. He is the writer/director of the short horror film, Shadows in the Garden, as well as the author of Flashback, an SF/horror novel published in 1993. Spitzer's non-genre writing has appeared in subTerrain Magazine: Strong Words for a Polite Nation and Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History. His recent fiction includes The Ferryman Pentalogy, consisting of Comes a Ferryman, The Tempter and the Taker, The Pierced Veil, Black Hole, White Fountain, and To the End of Ursathrax, as well as The X-Ray Rider Trilogy and a screen adaptation of Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows.

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