Sanitarium #15 (Horror Fiction and Dark Verse) Magazine
Sanitarium Issue 015 contains 9 Stories, 3 Dark Verse, Top 10, Reviews, Group Therapy & Interviews • Mr Reilly by Troy Severance • Hush Little Baby by Amber Siddiqui • Mother by Ross Warren • The Things He Couldn’t See by James Everington • Frankenpuss by Luke... show more
Sanitarium Issue 015 contains 9 Stories, 3 Dark Verse, Top 10, Reviews, Group Therapy & Interviews
• Mr Reilly by Troy Severance
• Hush Little Baby by Amber Siddiqui
• Mother by Ross Warren
• The Things He Couldn’t See by James Everington
• Frankenpuss by Luke Tarzian
• Rebirth by Paul Magnan
• Beiwe by Stephanie Ellis
• The Other Side by Corey Robert
• Depths by Jason Parent & Elizebeth Los
• Forgotten Asylum by Anthony Crowley
• Homemade Halloween Cookies by Zuzu Von Derski
• Pain Became my Friend Today by Shannen Wrass
• See who’s riding high in the US and UK Kindle charts.
• Reviews from Casey Chaplin.
• Another question is posed to the Vampire Queen.
• “Group Therapy” see us revisiting an old friend and checking out a new board game being crowd funded.
• We spend a moment with Graeme Reynolds and talk horror fiction, publishing among other things.
The perfect length for your in-between reading, you’ll love the portability of this little slice of damnation as you tremble while you wait for the doctor, fear for your life over lunch, and lose yourself in the mesmerizing poetry of oblivion on your Kindle, iPhone, or tablet reader. You can even read it on your PC or Mac. It’s that easy to dive into these short horror reads. Discover new authors and awake new nightmares for just a few bucks. Sound too crazy to be true? Welcome to the Sanitarium.
“One of the great things about Sanitarium Magazine is the effort they put into discovering new authors. Many horror magazines favor work of King or other "proven" authors, but by reaching out the the next generation, Sanitarium opens the door to really new ideas.” - DL SHANNON // DEVER, CO
“Sanitarium is an excellent high quality horror magazine full of new, emerging writers and some old faces. All the stories are very good. However, my personal favourite by Lex Sinclair stands out as the best. It has elements of Edgar Allen Poe.” - SAM // LONDON, UK
Welcome to the Sanitarium.
Publish date: November 21st 2013
Publisher: Eye Trauma Press
Pages no: 104
Edition language: English
I will be completely honest with you, I purchased this for one reason and one reason only - Jason's story. Yup - $2.99 for one short story. When you come across an author that writes like he does, this is what you do. :) I've probably told everyone I know how good his book, What Hides Within, is (an...