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Nightmare #34 - July 2015
Edited by John Joseph Adams
Cover Artist: Dennis Carlsson
Review by Sam Tomaino
Date: 29 July 2015

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Here's the 34th issue of Nightmare Magazine. It features stories by Alison Littlewood, Lisa Tuttle, Nate Southard, and Christopher Golden, along with Author Spotlights on all of them and and Artist Spotlight on cover artist Dennis Carlsson. Also, an Interview of Kc Wayland & David Cummings by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy and the latest installment of a regular monthly feature, "The H Word: The Politics of Horror" by Paul Tremblay.

Here's the 34th issue of Nightmare Magazine, with the usual two original stories. You can find the issue and how to pay (or not) for it at their website (see link at the top of this review). Here are my reviews of the two new stories in this issue.

The first original story is "Wolves and Witches and Bears" by Alison Littlewood -+- Ella agrees to go on a vacation with Nick to Croatia. They go hiking in the woods. Ella has memories of her mother telling her stories about woods like these. They were populated by wolves and witches and bears. The ending is a bit surprising which helps to make it a good story.

The other original story is "The Cork Won't Stay" by Nate Southard -+- Our central character deals with the death of his father. His special power helps. Nice sting at the end.

That's the 34th issue of Nightmare Magazine. You can access the stories for free. Check out their website and support them, if you want to, in some way.

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