Special Issue featuring a BRAND NEW 30,000 word novella by Joe Hill!
Plus "How We Got Out of the Furnace," a modified excerpt from The Fireman, a new interview, and much much more!
Publication Date: October 2016
Cover Artist: Vincent Chong
Interior Artists: Jihane Mossalim, Erin Wells, Dan Moran, Glenn Chadbourne, Frankie Washington, Steve Gilberts
Page Count: 200
A Note from the Publisher:
This special issue not only features an original, never-before-published novella by Joe Hill, but the issue grew so large that we have to publish it as our FIRST-EVER oversized trade paperback version of the magazine and our first double issue since #17/18 way back in the day! This change is just for this issue, so we can fit all of the amazing content we received. We'll be back to normal with the fall issue. All subscribers to the magazine WILL receive this special issue with your subscription, no additional purchase is required.
"The Rich Are Different" by Lisa Morton
"Matter" by Josh Malerman
"Bad Luck" by K.S. Clay
"Seed" by Erinn L. Kemper
"Autophagy" by Ray Garton
"Blue House" by Bruce McAllister
"The Lazarus Effect" by JG Faherty
"India Blue" by Glen Hirshberg
"Eyes Like Poisoned Wells" by Ian Rogers
Joe Hill's new, never-before-published novella, Snapshot, 1988
Joe Hill's modified excerpt from The Fireman called "How We Got Out of The Furnace"
Joe Hill essay by Peter Crowther
Joe Hill interview conducted by Bev Vincent
Bev Vincent's Feature Review of The Fireman
Bev Vincent's Feature Review of End of Watch
The Usual Suspects
"Words from the Editor" by Richard Chizmar
"Stephen King News: From the Dead Zone" by Bev Vincent
"MediaDrome" by Michael Marano
"The Mothers and Fathers Italian Association" by Thomas F. Monteleone
"The Last 10 Books I've Read" by Ellen Datlow
"Horror Drive-In" by Mark Sieber
"Cemetery Dance Reviews"