Fiction from A.L. Kersel, Jamie Lackey, Margret A. Treiber, Cameron Suey, Robin van Eck
Fiona Maeve Geist discusses the translated works of Nelly Arcan and Yumiko Kurahashi
And a classic take from Edith Nesbit, the Man-sized Marble!
Paris ~ 1890
A young boy who would be pharaoh.
A young woman dead and also alive.
The intersection of the present, past, and future.
Egypt has hidden countless stories and histories beneath her sand, but none will be more personal for Folley or Mallory than this.
Book 5 of the Folley and Mallory Adventures
Like a stupid girl with glass slipper dreams, I did everything you wanted with the hopes that one day, you would love me back.
glass slipper dreams, shattered, the debut collection from doungjai gam is filled with loss, sorrow, revenge and remorse.
gam delivers devastating punches in this collection of short-shorts, taking our breath away
—Linda D. Addison
Gemma Files is our featured writer. We talk with her about 'monster pride' and what she's working on next. Fiona Maeve Geist returns with an article on Hope Mirrlees and Margaret St Clair.Fiction from: Becca De La Rosa, Irene García Cabello, Pierce Skinner, DC Mallery.
Chet Williamson is the featured writer! He brings a haunting story, *"And So Will I Remember You..."* We talk with him about audio productions, acting, and, of course, books.
Fiona Maeve Geist talks about Gertrude Barrows Bennett & Daphne Du Maurier
Fiction from: Errick Nunnally, Melanie Rees, Lisa May Lu, Samantha Mills
KL Pereira is our featured writer. She brings TWO stories to read. We talk to her about the creative process, influences and her collection *A Dream Between Two Rivers*.
Fiona Maeve Geist talks Women's Utopia Fiction as a precursor to modern speculative fiction.
Fiction from: Haleh Agar, Morgan Crooks, Noelle Henneman, Sarah Read
Damien Angelical Walters is our featured writer! Her story, All The Pretty Cages, is of outsiders and freedom. We talk to her about writing, her favorites and what is coming up next!
J.T. Glover’s Article, Against Nature, discusses the shorter end of the horror genre.
Beneath the streets of Alexandria, Agent Cleo Barclay stumbled into a catacomb that changed her life. Her arms were taken, transfigured, and something remarkable was revealed–something that will stir an ancient life from the ashes of history.
A serpentine sarcophagus holds clues, Cleo enlists Eleanor Folley and Virgil Mallory to collect the artifact at auction, to unravel its mysteries.
A river at the bottom of the world.
A tomb filled with death and peril.
Yule presents Virgil Mallory with the opportunity to gift Eleanor Folley with a journal kept by her father, a journal that leads them to a mysterious tomb in Egypt. It is no ordinary tomb, perhaps the first ever carved in the valley, but never entirely plundered. Why would such treasures stand untouched?
Kristi DeMeester is our featured writer. She brings her new story, "Abide with Me" and we talk to her about Georgia, "December Skin" and her upcoming short fiction collection.
Kevin Lucia talks Quiet Horror in the final installment of Horror 101.
* Hilary B. Bisenieks
* Terence Hannum
* Sandra T.
* Brian Keene
In the vast, black emptiness between Mars and Jupiter, Ceres was melting
Buried within the asteroid's core, Ceres Station provides water-ice for an ever-growing system of corporations and explorers, each intent on carving their names into the future of the galaxy. But no one anticipates the secret Ceres harbors.
Featuring A.C. Wise. She brings *Crossing*, a story about swimming, and finding more than quiet in the water. We talk about writing, Canada, and her Women To Read posts.
Kevin Lucia's Horror 101, Faith-ful Horror, he talks about faith, horror, and how the two weave together.
* Amelia Fisher
* Jessica Widner
* Millie Ho
* Marcus O'Shea
Goliath Is Here
Utilizing their great cybeasts, the unstoppable Xirian army has conquered a thousand worlds in the galaxy, subjugating or destroying the inhabitants in the process. Now The War Master has ordered a Level 7 cybeast to be created.
The beast: Goliath. The target: Earth.
Featuring Livia Llewellyn. She brings us her apocalyptic story, Horses. We talk to her about writing, acting, and books she’s looking forward to reading.
Kevin Lucia’s Horror 101, Quiet Fears in The Twilight Zone, he talks about the very influential television series, as well as a radio show, Quiet Please.
Fiction from: Hal Bodner, Rebecca J. Allred, Ada Hoffman, Susan Jane Bigelow
The largest and most hostile creature in the galaxy needs an heir.
When the queen of the darkogs makes Eibal an offer she can’t refuse, she and her partner Naka risk everything to give her an heir. But few places in the galaxy are more dangerous than the darkog kingdom of the Southern Ring, and Eibal soon finds herself entrenched in a brutal war between humans, darkogs, and her own body.
Featuring Are You Sure What Side You’re On? by Sunny Moraine. We talk to them about the Root Code books, short fiction and the writing process.
Kevin Lucia’s Horror 101, The Weird. What is Weird? How does it fit into horror or literature?
Fiction from: Walter Dinjos, Amandeep Jutla, Ryan Lazarus, Nghi Vo, Konstantinos Kellis
Marta Martinez has a problem. She’s an engineering student gunning to win the campus robot wars and has a raging crush on the star quarterback. When major kitchen appliances suddenly grow to gargantuan size and start attacking the city, Marta sets out with her cat, into the skyways of St. Paul to save her best friend who is trapped at a Lowertown poetry reading.
From Richard Chizmar
Manuscripts found in a dark corner of his office, from a time long forgotten–the Eighties. Revived at the hand of two horror masters, these stories are a slice of the past brought into the present.
With Ray Garton
Roses and Raindrops
With Brian Keene
Composed in the ‘80’s, nearly lost to time, these two stories are now
Featuring A Southern Evening, an all new novelette by Jonathan Janz!
Kevin Lucia’s Horror 101, The Weird, The Cosmic Weird. What is it about the unknown that draws human kind in? What happens when secrets are revealed that the human mind cannot comprehend?
Fiction from: Julia August, Kate Dollarhyde, Emily Vakos
Our featured writer is Gene O'Neill.
* Tim Deal
* Gwendolyn Kiste
* Subodhana Wijeyeratne
* JS Breukelaar
* Matt Mikalatos
* Douglas F. Warrick
* Leanne Karwatowski
And of course Kevin Lucia returning for his Horror 101 series. Two installments this issue, The Ghost and The Ghostly and The Monster and the Monstrous
This double issue is 2 & 3 of Volume 4.
Featured Writer is Tim Waggoner, who brings an all new short story, Trespasser. We talk to him about writing and art.
Kevin Lucia returns to LampLight with the first of a four part series on the history of the genre, entitled ‘Horror 101.’ The first piece is The House and the Gothic
Fiction from P. D. Cacek, Christopher Shearer, Jamie Lackey, Charles Payseur
The June-ish issue of LampLight is here. Our featured artist is Victorya Chase. She brings us a dystopian future, and we talk to her about the genre, writing, and literary chess. Kelli Owen brings us the final installment of her serial novella, Wilted Lilies.
T. Fox Dunham
Kealan Patrick Burke
A bungled museum theft. An ancient Egyptian riddle.
The rumor of strange creatures moving beneath the streets of Paris.
Eleanor Folley knew she was in for a challenge when she accepted the task of cataloging Mistral's archive of purloined artifacts, but she never expected to discover an Egyptian mystery buried in the heart of Paris.
When Anubis and Horus task her with a quest, she cannot refuse
Our featured artist is Nate Southard. He brings us his story Bottle. Paper. Samurai. We talk with him about his writing, food and air drumming. Kelli Owen brings us part 3 of her serial Novella, Wilted Lilies.
Damien Angelica Walters
Our featured artist is Mercedes Yardley. We talk to her about her work and her art. Kelli Owen brings us part two of her serial novella, Wilted Lillies. Featuring stories by Tom Brennan, Salena Casha, Rati Mehrotra, J. J. Green.
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
Our featured artist is Holly Newstein. She brings us a story called "Shadows and Light." 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 and Catherine Grant
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.
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 doung jai, Tim W Boiteau, Alethea Eason and Lucy A Snyder.
Our featured artist is Kealan Patrick Burke. Jonathan Crowley continues his adventures, with Part Two of James A Moore's serial novella, The Devoted. J.F. Gonzalez brings us part 3 of his From the Stone Age to the Early Victorian Era, in 3000 Words, talking about Late Victorian ghost stories through the early pulps. We have fiction from Lauren Forry, Dave Thomas, Arinn Dembo and Bracken MacLeod.
Volume 2 of LampLight is here! Our featured artist is Norman Prentiss. Part One of "The Devoted" a serial novella by James A Moore, featuring Jonathan Crowley. J.F. Gonzalez brings us part 2 of From the Stone Age to the Early Victorian Era, in 3000 Words, talking about the Conte Cruel. Michael Knost Fiction from Christopher Bleakley, Emma Whitehall, David Tallerman and M.R. Jordan.
Women Writers – Women Heroes – Big Monsters
Monsters are rising from the deep, from the sky, and from our own kitchens. They are destroying our homes and very way of life. With new threats come new heroes—heroes of strength and intelligence. Heroes of lived experience. Women heroes, tough, strong, and ready to save the world (or destroy it, if needed).
Kaiju Revisited, a new single issue novella magazine from Apokrupha, the company that brings you Lamplight, will show the often overlooked heroes, those that are just as tough the ones we see on the screen daily, but too often left out.
Filled with action and humor, these novellas seek to push past the boundaries of the past to show you what matters isn’t your shoe size, but how well you can use it to kick ass.