Dark Discoveries - Issue #28 by Aaron J. French

Dark Discoveries - Issue #28

All new Fiction by: Kevin J. Anderson, Graham Masterton, Tim Waggoner, Gene O’Neill, Harry Shannon and Brett J. TalleyInterviews with: Doug Bradley, Graham Masterton, Jeffrey Combs, Owl Goingback and Lloyd and Pat Kaufman Articles on: “Gutmunchers! The Italian Zombie Films” by James R. Beach, “JournalStone Publishing’s DoubleDown Series: The Revival of the Ace Doubles”, "Get on the Midnight Meat Train: A Special Anniversary Edition" b...


Details Dark Discoveries - Issue #28

TitleDark Discoveries - Issue #28
ISBN9781940161815
Author
Release DateJul 31st, 2014
PublisherJournalStone
LanguageEnglish
GenreHorror, Fantasy
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Reviews Dark Discoveries - Issue #28

  • Char
    2014-09-02
    I won this magazine through the Goodreads First Reads giveaway program. I will admit that I don't have much experience with the dark fiction/horror magazines of today. When I was younger, I did love mags like Fangoria and Weird Tales, so when I saw this issue was up for a giveaway I immediately entered. I was totally psyched to have won!This collection was a nice mix of short stories, interviews, features and reviews. Regarding the short stories,...
  • Karl
    2015-07-03
    I did not win this magazine, or get it free from any one, I bought and paid for it cus I wanted to read it.Contents The Stories:p10 - "Unholy Ghost" by Graham Mastertonp25 - "The Writing on the Wall" (A Dan Shamble, Zombie P.I. Adventure) by Kevin J. Anderson p42 - "On the Right Side of the Road" by Gene O’Neillp56 - "Bait" by Harry Shannon p62 - "What You Were Born To Be" (A Story of The Reborn) by Brett J. Talley p85 - "The Talking Dead" by T...
  • Marvin
    2014-08-23
    Disclaimer No. 1: I write book reviews for Dark Discoveries. In fact, one of my reviews appear on page 102 of this issue.Disclaimer No. 2: I am not above bragging about it.OK. On to the review. Dark Discoveries is a quarterly magazine devoted to the horror and fantasy genre and published by Journalstone, LLC. The first thing that hits you is the professional allure of the magazine. there is a catchy cover that features a provocative looking femal...
  • Christopher Payne
    2014-08-02
    All new Fiction by: Kevin J. Anderson, Graham Masterton, Tim Waggoner, Gene O’Neill, Harry Shannon and Brett J. TalleyInterviews with: Doug Bradley, Graham Masterton, Jeffrey Combs, Owl Goingback and Lloyd and Pat Kaufman Articles on: “Gutmunchers! The Italian Zombie Films” by James R. Beach, “JournalStone Publishing’s DoubleDown Series: The Revival of the Ace Doubles”, "Get on the Midnight Meat Train: A Special Anniversary Edition" b...
  • Angie Lisle
    2014-08-12
    Ever think about what it might have been like back in the days when Sherlock Holmes was being published as a serial in a multitude of literary magazines? My generation of readers hasn't been able to enjoy that luxury and this magazine felt like it's trying to live up to the expectations I imagined when I first read the collected works of Holmes in my youth, with one exception - Dark Discoveries is devoted to the horror cannon instead of mysteries...
  • Burma Turner
    2014-10-06
    I won this from Goodreads, thank you!Wow, I loved this magazine. There is something for everyone in here, interviews, fiction and so much more! My favorites were the fiction stories, they were awesome and very original, but this whole magazine is fantastic. Highly recommend to anyone who likes fantasy or horror.
  • Zara Brumana
    2014-09-12
    I received a copy of this magazine (let's be honest - it's a magazine, NOT a "book") as a part of an ARC giveaway through Goodreads in exchange for an honest review.This is worth the cost for the Kaufman/Troma article alone. Interesting reads, especially for fans of the horror movie genre.
  • Rachel
    2014-10-21
    I received this magazine for free from Goodreads First Reads. Sweet horror magazine. Interviews with authors and short stories. I really like the article on cryptozoology.
  • Daryl
    2014-11-21
    I won a copy of this magazine from the Goodreads First Reads program. A couple of years back, I submitted two stories to Dark Discoveries; they didn't accept either one, but I won't hold that against them. I thought it would be interesting to check out the mag and see what all they included. My first impression is that I was surprised by the amount of non-fiction. Covering that first, I did enjoy a couple of the author interviews, especially the ...
  • Scott Haraburda
    2014-10-25
    Goodreads First Reads Giveaway Book.------------------------------------Dark Discoveries - Issue #28 is a quarterly magazine, established ten years ago, that has contents involving the horror fiction, dark fantasy, and science fiction genres. This magazine includes short fiction stories, interviews, and non-fiction articles, along with profiles of famous authors.This specific edition had interviews with: Doug Bradley, Graham Masterton, Jeffrey C...
  • Roger Royer
    2014-12-18
    This was an exceptional collection of interviews, short stories and reviews all collected in one spot well written and with very little fluff. I was surprised to find it so fun to read when it is focused on the horror genre. Not many people can pull of a fun collection of interviews and shorts in one place and keep them in tune withe the reviews and previews of upcoming items and keep it relevant and fun but they manage it here very well.
  • Plaguedoctor
    2014-08-21
    I received this magazine in the goodreads giveaway. I actually enjoyed this magazine a lot. It has a lot of discussion and reviews for horror books, games, movies, tv shows, etc. It has some short stories and excerpts, which where for the most part, interesting to read. I definitely recommend to those who like creepy and horror related stuff!
  • Callie
    2014-08-04
    ***Goodreads First Reads Winner*** I love the dark discoveries issues. #28 had some great stories and information on other great horror novels. I only wish there were less interviews and more stories!
  • L.
    2014-09-02
    Dark, but something for everyone.