Issue 7 of horror magazine Black Static is out now. Black Static is bimonthly, from the publishers of Interzone and Crimewave, plus the occasional book such as the highly praised Islington Crocodiles by Paul Meloy. As usual, the cover and interior artwork is all done by David Gentry. Here’s the line-up:


“The Reason For The Season by Bruce Holland Rogers
“The Hodag by Trent Hergenrader
“Blood God Blood by Eric Gregory
“The Talent Girl by Daniel Kaysen
“Pages From a Broken Book by Tony Richards
“The Deep Walker by Alison J. Littlewood
“Bait by David Sakmyster


“White Noise compiled by Peter Tennant
“Interference by Christopher Fowler
“Electric Darkness by Stephen Volk
“Night’s Plutonian Shore by Mike O’Driscoll


Case Notes by Peter Tennant
Many book reviews including special features on Leisure Books, reviewing titles by Gary Braunbeck, Sarah Pinborough, Gord Rollo, Brian Keene, John Everson and Edward Lee, plus an interview with Leisure editor Don D’Auria; novels by Thomas Ligotti and Stephen Gregory from Virgin’s new horror line; ‘famous monsters’ with books by Suzy McKee Charnas and Nicholas Pekearo; and a feature on the new novels by Tim Lebbon including an interview with the author.

Blood Spectrum by Tony Lee
DVD reviews of many latest releases with chances for subscribers to win free copies of a lot of them. Who Saw Her Die?, Lost Boys 2: The Tribe, The Wizard of Gore, Shutter, B.T.K., Dante 01, Chemical Wedding, Day of the Dead, Dead Space: Downfall, Vexille, The Happening, Tin Man, The Flock, P2, The Vanguard, Outpost, Solstice, The Short Films of David Lynch, Eraserhead. Plus a round up of other DVDs received, including the Caligula Imperial Edition, Salò, The Dead Girl, Timber Falls, The Guard Post, Days of Darkness, Bone Dry, Reservoir Dogs Collector’s Edition.

More details on the website: Black Static. For additinal reviews of short fiction and various features: The Fix. And for a bi-weekly podcast of stories from Black Static, Interzone and Crimewave: Transmissions From Beyond

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