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Magazine Review: Morpheus Tales – Issue 12

Morpheus Tales #12

If Ever I Should Leave You by John S. Barker
Illustrated by Matthew Freyer

Kid Intestines by Christopher Glazer

Woodbury by Brick Marlin
Illustrated by Vladimir Petkovic

Misery Of the Pickled Punk by Lawrence Barker

May Old Acquaintance Be Forgot by Kury Fawver
Illustrated by Charlie Zacherl

Deviation by Edward Rodosek

Sharp Edges by John F. D. Taff

Killer On The Road by Dameion Becknell

The Hunger Inside by Charles A. Muir
Illustrated by Martin Blanco

Flying Monkey, Angry Moon by Martin Slag
Illustrated by Ian Welsh

The Last Ride by Lenora Farrington-Sarrouf

Into The Painting by Carey Borgens

Morpheus Tales continues it’s excellent run in publishing some of the best short horror fiction around with Issue #12. The stories are varied, dark, disturbing and genuinely creepy. Everyone should find something they love in this issue.

The editors of Morpheus Tales have an obvious love of horror fiction and we should be thankful that they do what they do. I don’t think you can find a better bang for the buck today and each issue I have read is well worth the small price they charge.

As with all short story collections I found some more enjoyable than others, but you will have to decide which ones you like best by clicking on the link above and ordering Issue #12.

My favorites in this issue were;

If Ever I Should Leave You by John S. Barker
Illustrated by Matthew Freyer

Misery Of the Pickled Punk by Lawrence Barker

Sharp Edges by John F. D. Taff

Killer On The Road by Dameion Becknell

Into The Painting by Carey Borgens

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