Noctem Aeternus is an e-zine that'll debut next year and its editor Michael Knost is trying to build up circulation to keep the magazine free. Here's the blurb:
A new fiction magazine will debut January 1, 2008.Also, if you're interested in contributing, be sure to check the submission guidelines.
Noctem Aeternus will be a FREE quarterly PDF magazine where the reader will find science fiction, fantasy, western, or even mystery stories…but all tales will have an element of horror.
"The horror genre sometimes gets a bad reputation for being the shock jocks of the literary field," Editor Michael Knost said. "You can find plenty of blood and guts, but sometimes there is no story among the gore. Noctem Aeternus will be a quality fiction magazine, focusing on the story and its characters."
The first issue will include a short story (and interview) from master storyteller Ramsey Campbell. Ramsey Campbell is perhaps the world's most honored author of horror fiction. He has won four World Fantasy Awards, ten British Fantasy Awards, three Bram Stoker Awards, and the Horror Writer's Association's Lifetime Achievement Award.
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