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Aghast Magazine, edited by George Cotronis is a horror anthology in magazine format, published by Kraken Press, filled with horror-y goodness.

The magazine’s content mostly focuses on short stories, with the notable exception of Brennen Reece’s Rust & Flame, a bare-bones Southern Gothic storytelling game. Each of the short stories, ranging from body to psychological horror for a great read (Plague Mother being one of my personal favorites), for a grand total of 130 pages.

Furthermore, the interior artwork and cover by George Cotronis (rendered in glorious gloomy browns, reds and blacks) compliment the stories and make for an excellent case toward buying a hard copy of the issue.

My complaint on the magazine was its lack of non-fiction or horror-related articles, which I feel should be addressed in the following issues. However, if you are on the lookout for filling, quality horror in a periodical format, then Aghast is just what the doctor ordered.

Aghast Magazine is Published by Kraken Press

About The Author


Konstantine is a writer by choice. His short stories have been published in Haikaosru's Battle Royale-Slam Book, the AE Canadian SF Review and the Savage Beasts anthology by Grey Matter Press. People tell him he's got a writing problem, but he's recently managed to have one of his stories published in Japanese so he guesses he's still got it under control. He's got a Patreon Account, where he writes SF flash fiction and dreams to one day isolating himself in a little house in the mountains, where he will live off the land and order groceries from Amazon, like his glorious ancestors.

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