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The Dark - Issue 33, January 2017
Edited by Sean Wallace and Silvia Moreno-Garcia
Cover Artist: Vincent Chong
Review by Sam Tomaino
The Dark eMagazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 2332-4392
Date: 26 January 2018

Links: The Dark / How to Support / Pub Info / Table of Contents /

The Dark #33 has stories by J.B. Park, A.C. Wise, Michael Harris Cohen, and Kristi DeMeester

Here is The Dark #33 with two new stories and they are both really good.

The first new story is "Molting Season" by J.B. Park. -+- Our narrator has, one might guess from the title, shed his old skin and looks younger. But the old him is still alive. What to do with him? Unsettling little tale!

The other new story is "He Dies Where I Die" by Michael Harris Cohen. -+- In South Africa, Dion goes deeper into an old mine than he should, looking for gold. He meets an old man named Bandile, a friend of his late father, who disappeared into the mines twelve years ago. Bandile leads him deeper. Bad idea. Interesting locale and culture in this effective little tale with a good ending.

The Dark has its own brand of unique horror and is certainly worth reading. It deserves your support. Check out their website (see link at the top of this review). If you want to give them more support, go to their Patreon site which is listed on their website.

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