Dark Horses: The Magazine of Weird Fiction

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dark horse
/ˈdärk ˈˌhôrs/
noun
1. a candidate or competitor about whom little is known but who unexpectedly wins or succeeds.
“a dark-horse candidate”

Join us for a bi-monthly tour of writers who give as good as they get. From hard science-fiction to stark, melancholic apocalypses; from Lovecraftian horror to zombies and horror comedy; from whimsical interludes to tales of unlikely compassion–whatever it is, if it’s weird, it’s here. So grab a seat before the starting gun fires, pour yourself a glass of strange wine, and get ready for the running of the dark horses.

In this issue:

“The Burning Cathedral of Summer” by Wayne Kyle Spitzer

“The Hornet Priest” by Kurt Newton

“The Silhouette Shop” by M. Kari Barr

“Growing Season” by Davin Ireland

“A Whisperer Among the Graves” by Bill Link

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