Issue Eleven

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CONTENTS

Introduction

Dark Fiction

The Devil’s Staircase – Andrew Milne
After Dark – John Gerard Fagan
Extraction – Brooke Reynolds
Emuq – Alec Cizak
Omniscience – Christopher T. Hamel
The World Outside – Rick McQuiston
The Demon’s Stare – David Turton

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Massacre Contributors

Andrew Milne – The Devil’s Staircase

Andrew Milne is a graduate from the University of Dundee with a degree in English Literature and Politics. Until recently living and working in Edinburgh, in 2017 he is attempting a thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail in the United States. He is a lifelong sci-fi and horror junkie and a chronic daydreamer.

Find Andrew here:

Facebook: andrew.milne.94

Publications

The Feed – Episode 52 of 600 Second Saga

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John Gerard Fagan – After Dark

John Gerard Fagan is a writer from Muirhead, Scotland, and a graduate of Edinburgh Napier University’s Creative Writing MA. He is currently living in Tokyo, working as an assistant professor of English at Meikai University.

You can find John here:

goosegog5.wordpress.com
Twitter – @JohnGerardFagan

Publications

The Witch LadyThe Grind, Short Story Collection
A Wee FrogExFic
Lalla RookPhantasmacore
Infected With DeathBlack Static: Issue 17

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Brooke Reynolds – Extraction

Brooke Reynolds is a veterinarian from Charlotte, North Carolina. When she isn’t saving animals, she enjoys reading and writing fiction. She has a bachelor of science from Penn State University and earned her veterinary degree from Virginia Tech. Recently her short story “Dr. Google” won 2nd place in the 2016 Channillo Short Story Contest. Her story “The Locket” was also published at The Scarlet Leaf Review. Typically, her writing style includes neo-noir and transgressive satire with a literary bent.

You can find Brooke here:

Twitter – @psubamit
Instagram – @b_unit1312
Facebook – brooke.reynolds.731

 

Publications

Dr. GoogleChannillo 2016 Short Story Contest
The Locket – March 2017 issue at The Scarlet Leaf Review
Window Wells – set to go live at The Story Shack July 2018

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Alec Cizak – Emuq

Alec Cizak is a writer and filmmaker from Indianapolis. His work has appeared in several journals and anthologies including Beat to a Pulp and Thuglit. His novella Down on the Street will be available from ABC Group Documentation on June 16. He is also the story editor of the fiction journal Pulp Modern.

Find Alec here:

nomoralcenter.blogspot.co.uk
pulp-modern.blogspot.com

Publications

Between Juarez and El PasoBeat to a Pulp
Manifesto DestinationAll Due Respect
Crooked RoadsAll Due Respect

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Christopher T. Hamel – Omniscience

Christopher T. Hamel is a compulsive writer, animal lover, and paperback hoarder living in eastern Connecticut. He has an odd reputation for walking around town and reading a book at the same time—even in winter weather. In 2013, he took a creative writing course at Quinebaug Valley Community College in Danielson, Connecticut. He now spends his time sharpening his prose style. Due to his own struggles with mental health, most of his work involves at least one character with some neurological problems. Slated to be married by October of this year, he lives next door to his fiancée, Alyssa and her adorable guinea pig, Gizmo.

You can find Christopher here:

Facebook: AuthorChristopherTHamel 
Twitter: @hamelct67

 

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Rick McQuiston – The World Outside

Rick McQuiston is a forty-nine-year-old father of two who loves anything horror-related. He’s had nearly 400 publications, and written five novels, ten anthologies, one book of novellas, and edited an anthology of Michigan authors. He’s also a guest author each year at Memphis Junior High School.  Currently, he’s keeping his wife happy while trying to conjure up new stories.

Find Rick here:

many-midnights.webs.com

 

 

Publications

When only the Nightmare Remains
Fear the Sky
Eat the World
Published by Class Act Books

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David Turton – The Demon’s Stare

David Turton has extensive training in Journalism, Marketing and Public Relations and has been writing as a career for over fourteen years.

A huge horror fiction fan, particularly the works of Stephen King, David has written several short stories, all centred around dark tales of horror and dystopia. He is also in the final stages of his first novel, an apocalyptic horror set in the near future.

David lives in the North East of England with his wife Vanessa, two stepchildren Liam and Olivia and his dog Cassie. When he’s not writing dark fiction he enjoys the cinema, the great outdoors and good old English football.

Find David here:

Twitter: @davidturton

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