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Murky Depths #8
Edited by Terry Martin
Cover Artist: James Johnson
Review by Sam Tomaino
Murky Depths  ISBN/ITEM#: 1752-5586
Date: 20 May 2009

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Murky Depths #8 The Quarterly Anthology of Graphically Dark Speculative Fiction features stories by Sylvanus Moxley, Sam J. Drane, Geoffrey Girard, J Westlake, Christine Lucas, Lawrence Buentello, Richard Rippon, Kevin Brown, Luke Cooper, James Johnson, Chris Huff, and Christopher Barker.

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Murky Depths #8
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Table of Contents:

    An interview with James Johnson
    r@t Confidential Artists and more
    Recall Recalled by r@t art by Neil Morissey
    Matt Wallace's Depth Charge The Replacement Storytellers
    The Majority Shareholder by Ed Norden art by Ed Norden
    Endless by Sylvanus Moxley art by Martin Deep
Short Stories:
    Peachy by Sylvanus Moxley art by Paul Drummond
    What the Tongue Will Taste by Sam J Drane art by Ciaran Collins
    Collecting James by Geoffrey Girard art by Geoffrey Grisso
    Out of Time by J Westlake art by Nancy Farmer
    My Muse Wears Army Boots by Christine Lucas art by Ed Norden
    The Undead by Lawrence Buentello art by Jenna White
    Monitor by Richard Rippon art by Paula Friedlander
    Nosing with the Four-Stroke Kid by Kevin Brown art by Neil Roberts
Graphic Stories:
    The Wrath of God by Luke Cooper art by Luke Cooper
    Hero in Hell by James Johnson art by Alberto Cortes
    Recall by Chris Huff art by Joshua LaBello
    The Pilgrimage by Christopher Barker art by Marc Jameson

(Source: Murky Depths)

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