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I have seen the future of horror—and so has Jeani Rector. In fact, she’s publishing it. Amazing stuff -- Bentley Little, author of The Disappearance and The Haunted
The Horror Zine is one of the very best horror sites online.-- Graham Masterton, author of Blind Panic and the Manitou Series
The Horror Zine is a gloriously rich feast of images and text. Truly a banquet of delights for the discerning horror fan.-- Simon Clark, author of Whitby Vampyrrhic
A terrific zine of horrific delights!-- Tom Piccirilli, author of Shadow Season
The Horror Zine is always packed with the best in horror of all kinds. -- Ed Gorman, author of the Sam McCain Mystery Series
The Horror Zine is a great online magazine that recognizes good work by new and established writers. I think highly of it. -- Joe R. Lansdale, author of Cold in July and the Hap and Leonard Series
The Horror Zine is the genre's Ground Zero where horror legends merge with the talents of tomorrow. -- Scott Nicholson, author of The Red Church
Short fiction is the beating, bloody heart of the horror genre, and The Horror Zine has consistently presented startling and superb short stories, poetry and art. -- Lisa Morton, multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author and co-editor of Hallow's Eve
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The word Zine is pronounced ZEEN and is short for MAGAZINE.
The Horror Zine is a monthly ezine that produces new issues the first of every month. The Horror Zine also produces anthology books.
The Horror Zine was started in July of 2009 by founder and editor Jeani Rector. It was an instantaneous hit world-wide and now receives around 100,000 hits every month.
The Horror Zine's Mission Statement: To support and promote writers, poets, and artists.
The members of our staff, including photos, are listed at the bottom of this page. The staff includes:
Read how The Horror Zine got started HERE.
From the Preditors and Editors Critters Workshop
First Place Best Fiction Magazine 2016 HERE
From the British Fantasy Society
From This is Horror
First Place "Magazine of the Year" 2013 HERE
The Horror Zine will be or has been a sponsor of and/or an advertiser with the following events:
The World Horror Convention 2015, Atlanta Georgia May 2015
Editor Jeani Rector is an Active Member of The Horror Writers Association
Jeani won an award for Best Magazine Editor in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 HERE
See the article in The Huffington Post HERE
Read about The Horror Zine in Duotrope's Digest HERE
The Horror Zine is featured in Wikipedia HERE
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EDITOR JEANI RECTOR
You can learn about Jeani Rector HERE.
ASSISTANT EDITOR DEAN H. WILD
Dean H. Wild has been writing for over twenty years, and most of his work is in the horror and dark fantasy genre. Some of Dean’s work in print include “The Laughing Place,” published in Brian Hopkins’ Extremes 5: Fantasy and Horror from the Ends of the Earth, and “The Kid,” included in William Simmons’ Vivisections. He can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEDIA DIRECTOR CHRISTIAN A. LARSEN
Christian grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois and graduated from Maine South High School in 1993. He has worked as an English teacher, radio personality, newspaper reporter, and a printer's devil, and has been published by What Fears Become (Imajin Books), A Feast of Frights (The Horror Zine Books), The Ghost IS the Machine (Post Mortem Press), Fortune: Lost and Found (Omnium Gatherum), and Chiral Mad (Written Backwards).
Christian received his bachelor of science in broadcast journalism from the University of Illinois and studied secondary English education at National-Louis University. He lives with his wife and two sons in the fictional town of Northport, Illinois. Follow him on Twitter @exlibrislarsen or visit exlibrislarsen.com.
KINDLE COORDINATOR BRUCE MEMBLATT
Bruce Memblatt is a native New Yorker and a member of the Horror Writers Association. He has also studied Business Administration at Pace University. In addition to writing, he runs a website devoted to theater composer Stephen Sondheim, which he’s lovingly maintained since 1996.
His stories have been featured in such publications as Aphelion, Post Mortem Press, Dark Moon Books, Sam’s Dot, Strange Weird and Wonderful Magazine, Midwest Literary Magazine, Danse Macabre, Parsnec Ink, The Feathertale Review, Yellow Mama, and many more as well as in numerous anthology books, and at The Horror Zine where he is very proud to be part of the team.
His collection of previously published short stories titled The Dark Jar is currently available HERE.
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Rick Evans doesn’t believe in ghosts. Everything changes when he learns, too late, to be careful about what he invites into the world of the living. Creatures from the netherworld are not always so easy to uninvite. He is soon flung into a labyrinth of family secrets, deceit, and a century-old mystery leading to something crawling out of an open grave in a moonlit cemetery, culminating in an encounter with the resurrected dead.
“I loved every word of Grave Events, and I’m betting you will too. This one is a must read!” — Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Dog Days and Plague of the Undead