The first issue of Arcane is now available for purchase. Arcane publishes the best horror and weird fiction quarterly in print and for ereaders.
Here’s the Table of Contents of Issue 1:
- “Hazards” by Justin Pollock
- “Darnell Behind Glass” by Jeff Crook
- “The Mine” by Jason V. Shayer
- “Ricky and the Elder Gods” by S.M. Williams
- “Gingerbread and Ashes” by Jaelithe Ingold
- “Dear Management” by Tom Wortman
- “In the Place Where the Tree Falleth” by Michael Lutz
- “Laundry Night” by Stephen Hill
- “Hello Operator” by Donny Waagen
- “Courting the Queen of Sheba” by Amanda C. Davis
- “A Requiem for Tarsenesia” by William Knight
- “The Hole” by Rob Errera
Publisher Sandy Petersen is a professional game developer. Best known for creating the original Call of Cthulhu role-playing game, he has also contributed to the development of RuneQuest, Doom and Doom 2, Quake, and several Age of Empires games. He is also the executive producer of the Lovecraft feature adaptation The Whisperer in Darkness.
Editor Nathan Shumate is a fiction writer and media critic. His novel The Demon Cross is scheduled for release in the spring of 2011. Prior to Arcane, he served as editor of the PDF fiction magazine Arkham Tales.
Arcane #1 Available for $2.99 for all eReaders, or for $7.99 in print.