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LampLight Volume 3 Issue 1

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Volume 3 of LampLight is here!LampLight_Vol3Iss1_Final 2

Our featured artist is Yvonne Navarro! She brings us a new tale, called “Drive-in Destiny.” Kelli Owen bring us the first part of her serial novella, “Wilted Lilies.” J.F. Gonzalez talks about the end of Weird Tales, the rise of comic books, Playboy and other ‘Slicks’ in this installment of Shadows in the Attic.

Featuring fiction from:

  • Gary Braunbeck
  • Sana Rafi
  • Nick Mamatas
  • Roh Morgon

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LampLight Volume 2 Issue 4

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June 2014 Our featured artist is Holly Newstein. She brings us a story called “Shadows and Light.” We talk to her about her work and collaborations. James A Moore brings us the final installment of his Jonathan Crowley story, The Devoted. J.F. Gonzalez talks to us about horror in the ’30’s and 40’s. Featuring fiction by

Colleen Jurkiewicz
Curtis James McConnell
Victor Cypert
Catherine Grant

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Vignettes from the End of the World


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This is how the world ends. This is how the world ends. This is how the world ends. Not in a bang, but in a book. 58 flash fiction stories of the final hours. Passion, pain and horror of the end of days, all in short vignettes.

Get it today in print, Kindle, Nook and iBooks!

Featuring stories from: Christine Morga, Essel Pratt, Cameron Suey, T. Fox Dunham, Guy Anthony De Marco, Mandy DeGeit, Jessica McHugh, Kristopher Kelly, E. Catherine Tobler, Jamie Lackey, George Cotronis, William R.D. Wood, Lee Clark Zumpe, Lincoln Crisler, Eryk Pruitt, Michael H. Antonio, Kallirroe Agelopoulou, Steve Calvert, Rebecca J. Allred, Darcie Little Badger, Erik B. Scott, Terry M. West, Glenn Rolfe, Josh Strnad, J.A. Martin, Darryl Dawson, DJ Tyrer, Joana Eça de Queiroz, Lex T. Lindsay, Arno Hurter, Cameron Shifflet, J.P. Freeman, Marie DesJardin, Dusty Wallace, Doug Murano, Ken MacGregor, Victoria Dalpe, Kelda Crich, Pedro Iniguez, Joey Capora, S.R. Mastrantone, Damir Salkovic, Sylvia Spruck Wrigley, Jason Sharp, Leslianne Wilder, Jennifer Loring, Bryce Hughes, L.C. Mortimer, Rebecca Barbee, E. E. King, David Turnbull, Richard Thomas, Rose Blackthorn, K.Z. Morano, Adrian Ludens, Kenneth W. Cain, Michael Haynes, Michael Penkas

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LampLight Volume 2 Issue 3

  

March 2014

Our featured artist is Mary SanGiovanni. She brings to us a new story entitled “The Mime”. Life has gotten more interesting for Jonathan Crowely in Part 3 of James A Moore’s serial novella, the Devoted. J.F. Gonzalez talks about Weird tales, both its history and influences in Shadows from the Attic.

We have fiction from

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Tim W Boiteau
Alethea Eason
Lucy A Snyder

 

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Dark Bits 2014 Weekly Edition

 

52 weeks in a year…52 stories in Dark Bits (well, in both cases, 53, but we have a theme to stick with!)

Apokrupha is proud to announce the Dark Bits Weekly Planner edition. Containing all the great stories in Dark Bits, it also has a weekly calendar for meetings, tasks and doodles. It is a coil-bound book, making it perfect for your horror-based organizational needs.

Buy one today on Lulu.com! stay organized for 2014 and get a great story each week.

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Apokrupha Year One

Apokrupha has been on my mind for over ten years at this point, sitting and waiting for me to find the time… no, not time, courage, to go out and start it. (Well, maybe a little money too.)

This week is the one year anniversary of starting it all, so first off, Happy Birthday, you big idea, let’s hope we have many more.

So in the end, what did I do?

For the first year, there were four issues of LampLight, a magazine that I hope people want to read as much as I wanted to make. The trade paper annual of LampLight will be out in July with all four issues.

Also, Dark Bits, an anthology of flash fiction will be coming out soon afterwards as both an ebook and trade paper. It is the first in a series of anthologies entitled QuickLII.

A few more projects are in the pipeline, all of which I am excited about.

All the lessons learned, all the stumbles and panics, are going towards this year. Will there be more? Of course. But that is a part of this whole journey.

Most importantly I found out I had help, friends and support. People who helped me just because I asked and had this crazy idea, and I owe them more than I can repay.

Paula, Katie, Mandy, Ron, Bob, Kelli, Kevin, Gayle and Leah: without you none of this would have happened. Thank you.

Onwards, always. Year two is starting right now, and there are many things to make before I sleep.