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The Dark - Issue 11, February 2016
Edited by Jack Fisher & Sean Wallace
Cover Artist: Daniel Bérard's Land of the Dead
Review by Sam Tomaino
The Dark eMagazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 2332-4392
Date: 30 January 2016

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Issue 11 of The Dark has stories by Michael Wehunt, Amber van Dyk, Gregory Norman Bossert, and Kristi DeMeester.

Here is The Dark #11 with 4 new stories.

The issue begins with "Birds of Lancaster, Lairamore, Lovejoy" by Michael Wehunt. -+- Kay is on the way to see her estranged father as he is dying. On the way, she buys a glass owl, meets an interesting little boy and sees many more birds. Poignant.

The second story is "And the Woods Are Silent" by Amber van Dyk. -+- Saki lives with Paisley and Arel, but she feels the call of her mother (a raven) and her father (a wolf). Pretty good.

The third story is "Between Dry Ribs" by Gregory Norman Bossert. -+- Chloe has been on the island of Saint Martin for five years, but the sight of a young girl with her family sparks a memory of a horrific vacation to Finland. Imaginative and chilling.

Last, we have "All the World When It Is Thin" by Kristi DeMeester. -+- A foreign man named Martine Crawley visits the three Campbell sisters, and changes them forevermore. Haunting.

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