The Horror Zine




July 2009 -- July 2017

Our 8 year anniversary!

This month, The Horror Zine celebrates eight years of operation with extra fiction!

We cannot bring this ezine to you without the vital work of our staff. This special eighth anniversary issue highlights our staff so you can get to know them:

Jeani Rector, Founder and Editor

Jeani Rector

Dean H. Wild, Assistant Editor

Dean wild

Christian A. Larsen, Media Director


Bruce Memblatt, Kindle Coordinator


Help support The Horror Zine. To celebrate our eight years, we have The BEST of The Horror Zine on SUPER SALE for only 99c kindle and $9.99 paperback HERE


THE BEST OF THE HORROR ZINE: THE EARLY YEARS contains fiction from such renowned masters of the macabre as Bentley Little, Joe R. Lansdale, Elizabeth Massie, Scott Nicholson, Joe McKinney, Susie Moloney, Jeff Strand, Simon Clark, Taylor Grant, Eric J. Guignard, and more. 

Submissions are now open in all catergories HERE


In this July 2017 issue


Fiction by The Horror Zine staff HERE



Who was this woman? Find out HERE

That's not all!


A light-hearted look at animal thieves caught in the act HERE

Still More:

In this issue of The Horror Zine:

In Fiction:

The Horror Zine is proud to present fantastic fiction by Jeani Rector, Dean H. Wild, Christian A. Larsen, Bruce Memblatt, Liz McAdams, Jonathan Chapman, and Aspen deLainey.

In Poetry:

The Horror Zine publishes the dark delights of Teresa Frazee, John Frazee, Charles Gramlich, and Denny E. Marshall.

In Art:

The Horror Zine displays the stunning selections of Claudia Gironi and Unearthly Demagogue.

Welcome to the July 2017 special 8th anniversary issue of

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