Issue Seven

Massacre Issue 7

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Dark Fiction

Noise Behind the Silence – C. W. Billingsley
I Know He Is Here – Kathleen Wolak
Sunlight – David J. Gibbs
The Horrors That Never Happen – Russ Bickerstaff
The Burden of Ignorance – S. L. Dixon
Art Is A Matter of Opinion – Henry A. Miles


Massacre Contributors
C. W. Billingsley – Noise Behind the Silence

Billingsley picC.W. Billingsley is a college student from a small town just east of San Diego, California. He is currently going to school in at the University of Iowa, and is working towards his undergraduate degree in English.





Kathleen Wolak – I Know He Is Here

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Kathleen Wolak is a writer, blogger, and future law student living in Hamden, CT. When she’s not writing or studying, she is hosting her weekly advice show on Hertube.TV, The Young & the Tasteless, or, more likely, re-watching The Simpsons for the thousandth time (seasons 1-10 only). Kathleen graduated from Southern Connecticut State University in 2010 with a B.A. in English.


Find Kathleen here:
Twitter: @wolak_kathleen

The Tasteless – America Star Books
Short fiction/novellas:
The Blood of Others – Bewildering Stories issue #622
Area 1 – Hello Horror Literary Journal issues #13-17
Stalin – Hobo Pancakes issue #21
The Legend of Creeper Man – Dark Dossier Magazine issue #7
The Gold Ones – The Write Place at the Write Time, Winter 2015 


David J. Gibbs – Sunlight

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Fuelled by imagination and the search of the unknown, David looks for the lost threads of stories wherever they might be. A web designer by day and super hero rock star by night, he is constantly writing and seeking the next thread to feed his addiction.


Find David here:


Familiar – Under The Bed Magazine, Vol 2 Number 9
Never Wet Nor Moon Shine – Under The Bed Magazine, Vol 2 Number 5
Fright or Flight – New Realm, Vol 3 Number 5


Russ Bickerstaff – The Horrors That Never Happen

Russ Bickerstaff is a professional theatre critic and aspiring author living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with his wife and two daughters. Last year his short fictions appeared in over 30 different publications including Hypertext Magazine, Pulp Metal Magazine, Sein und Werden, and Beyond Imagination.

Find Russ here:

See Russ’s website


S. L. Dixon – The Burden of Ignorance

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S.L. Dixon was born and raised in Southern Ontario, Canada, he is a failed reporter, dishwasher, salesman, labourer, clerk and line-jockey as well as a slew of other professions and un-professions. His stories have appeared in magazines, zines and anthologies from all over North America and the UK. Currently he resides in a coastal mountain range of British Columbia, Canada.

Find S. L. Dixon here:
Twitter: @SLDixon1

Boogie Down – A Novella
The Lahaklar – A Novel
The Dark Cells – A Collection
Bovine Rule, Kill for a Copy – An Anthology
A Smile – Common Oddities Speculative Fiction Sideshow, Issue #4
Heroics – Check, Dali’s Lovechild, Issue #9
Ahead of the Game – Devilfish Review, Issue #13
Josie – Witchworks Magazine, Issue #1
Tattershed Home – Pilcrow & Dagger Literary Journal, Volume 1 – Issue #2
In Search of Moby Dick – One Solitary Word, An Anthology
First to One Hundred – Fossil Lake II The Refossiling , An Anthology
Snail Mail to the Stars – Chicago Literati, The TV Issue
Monster Mercury – Twisted Vine Literary Arts Journal, Fall 2014 Issue
A Great Hand – Indiana Horror Review 2014, An Anthology
Jimmy – Starburst Magazine, Issue #401
Andi Pandy – Starburst Magazine, Issue #407
Wendy’s Promise – Sanitarium Magazine, Issue #22
Lucy – Sanitarium Magazine, Issue #23
The Rut – Sanitarium Magazine, Issue #24
Cracks – Sanitarium Magazine, Issue #26


Henry A. Miles – Art is a Matter of Opinion

HenryMiles PicHenry Miles is a writer of horror that is often bloody and brutal. This is surprising because Henry is really a nice guy with a great sense of humor. He can often be found asleep with a cat curled up beside him. This is most often the case when he is supposed to be working. People would describe him as: “Such a nice boy, we never knew he….”