34 ORCHARD ISSUE 5 has arrived!
It’s time … twenty-five artists focus on the things we refuse to see. Lovecraftian crazy in the Old West, Kerouac-style bummin’ with a morbid twist, Poe-esque madness on the open sea, Nin-inspired snails and more await. There are seven heartbreaking, chilling poems, a nightmare-inducing tale from Poland, and an exclusive excerpt from a forthcoming speculative memoir. A few familiar favorites, like Ali Seay, Die Booth, and Patricia Bettis, and some fresh new voices. You’ll want to get your eyes on this issue.
The downloadable PDF is designed so that it can be printed on double-sided paper for easy reading like a print magazine. As always, the issue is free, but there is a donation link should you choose to contribute.
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Posted on April 25, 2022, in 34 Orchard, horror short stories, Horror Stories, News and tagged 34 Orchard, 34 Orchard dark literary magazine, 34 Orchard Spring 2022 Issue, Ali Seay, Alice Avoy, Annie Dunn Watson, B.C.G. Jones, dark literary stories, David Donna, David Holper, Die Booth, Douglas Van Hollen, Elizabeth Falcon, Eric J. Guignard, horror short stories, Horror Stories, Jeff Adams, Judi Calhoun, Ken Craft, Kevin Grandfield, Kimberly Moore, KINESIOPHOBIA by Meghan Guidry, Lynne Schmidt, M.C. Herrington, Meghan Guidry, Paula Weiman, Priscilla Bettis, Robert Bulman, Sam Berkeley, Selah Janel, speculative memoir, Thera Books, Victoria Nordlund, X. Culletto. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.