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Econoclash Review #Two Edited by J.D. Graves Available via Amazon Econoclash Review continues to impress with a grab bag of stories by some of the hottest indie talent around. To be sure, some of the stories were more miss … Continue reading
If you are looking for a magazine publishing the best in underground crime fiction, you would be sadly remiss passing on SWITCHBLADE. Edited by Scotch Rutherford, SWITCHBLADE fills a much needed gap in publishing hardboiled, stripped down crime fiction. Some … Continue reading
That’s right, year two of the indie magazine officially started last week with the release of issue 5. And, while we love all of our little mutant babies, we feel especially proud of this issue. So what will you find … Continue reading
It would be wrong and naïve of us to state that we are the only magazine out there publishing stories with a focus on high stakes, adrenaline fueled action, and an eye toward having stories that are flat out fun. … Continue reading
Issue 4 came out in print last week, but the Kindle release goes live today, which means we’re officially live. We love these stories (as we loved all the stories in the first three issues), but this issue is momentous … Continue reading
The newest issue is now available for purchase in both Kindle and Print versions. Buy one for yourself. Buy one for a friend. Buy one for your neighbor. Buy another one for yourself to put in a different location–work, dinner … Continue reading
Luke Spooner/Carrion House knocked it out of the park again! This cover illustrates the creepy pirate tale “Moss” by Will Bernardara, Jr. Need to catch up? Have no fear! Issue 1 and Issue 2 are still available to purchase.