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INDIE SPOTLIGHT: Childhood Nightmares: Under the Bed | #Horror #Anthology

Childhood Nightmares: Under the Bed

They haunt us all.

Those whispered tales of monsters hiding under the bed, or of the demons lurking in the shadowy corner where we dare not glance for fear that seeing them will make them all too real. 181 more words

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Hyper Light Drifter Review: A Trip

Real Talk By: Haggy

Hyper Light Drifter has been the game I’ve been up too this week.  It came out some time ago, and I gave it a pass because I had no idea what it was.   620 more words


INDIE SPOTLIGHT: Screams The Machine | #Dystopian #SciFi

Screams The Machine

Sam Mortimer

Cash carries a disease; one that’s already killed a large majority of the population and something needs to be done. To stop the crisis from escalating, The Solution (a worldwide organization) is formed and rises to great power. 238 more words

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INDIE SPOTLIGHT: The Calling | #Supernatural #Horror

The Calling

Brent Abell

Carl Volker has a problem. After waking one morning with a hangover to find his wife gone, he notices a crow stalking around his yard.  242 more words

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Indie Horror Director Spotlight: Michael Okum

Welcome to our latest Indie Director spotlight.  This time we interview Michael Okum: an award winning independent filmmaker and visual artist born and raised in New Jersey.   1,271 more words


INDIE SPOTLIGHT: The Undying Love | #Zombies #TilDeathDoUsPart

The Undying Love

Greg McCabe

For Diane and Jackson, life is just about perfect. They’re healthy, happy, and madly in love with one another. Unknown to them, a virus is sweeping across the globe that instantly kills the infected and turns their corpses into mindless, murdering cannibals. 107 more words


Latest at Ploughshares: Piscataqua Press

Piscataqua Press is a unique publishing project operating out of RiverRun Bookstore in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. RiverRun Bookstore, managed by Tom Holbrook, is a hub of the literary community north of Boston, hosting at least a hundred readings and events each year; Piscataqua Press, also managed by Holbrook, utilizes the latest print-on-demand technology to publish a variety of titles. 736 more words