Jersey Devil Press is scary good!

 

Jersey Devil Press’s October issue is out today, and the work is freakishly good, people! Emphasis on the freaks: in addition to ghosts and Halloween stories, we have mermaids, dog-people, Arkansas magicians, and — most frightening of all — brutish adolescent boys trying to grab some boob.

It’s great stuff, and just in time for the scariest month of the year. (Yes, I know the election is in November, but October is the fun kind of scary.)

And once again we’ve been super-fortunate in the quality of our cover art, and after half a year of awesome paintings and illustrations, I’m thrilled to be switching back to photography this issue.

So grab your candy corn and your devil horns and tuck in, gang! 🙂

 

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

4 thoughts on “Jersey Devil Press is scary good!

  1. I’m always in the mood for a good scary story. It’s something awesome about frightening yourself, especially in October. I plan on visiting a lot of “haunted” places near Halloween time. I’ll go check out the Jersey Devil Press now 🙂

    Keep smiling,
    Yawatta

    1. I agree! I love October for all its haunted, terrifying fun. Hope you enjoy the issue, Yawatta! We love a good scary story at Jersey Devil — in addition to this Halloween-themed issue, our June and July issues went pretty dark and scary, too.

      And my wife is devoting all of October to scary movies over at her librarians-in-film blog <a href="http://reel-librarians.com/&quot; target="_blank"Reel Librarians!

      I feel the urge to carve some pumpkins now…. 🙂

      1. LOL, I just finished downloading and printing off the October issue. I’ll look at your June and July issue after I’m finished; I’m a pretty fast reader.

        I don’t know what it is, but I have no problems reading on a Kindle. In fact, I love it. But if I have to stare at a computer screen long, then I lose interest. That’s why I always print something off if you were wondering.

        Keep smiling,
        Yawatta

        P.S. It sounds like you, your wife, and other fellow writers are pretty busy. Keep up the good work. I love seeing author’s sharing their stories with the world.

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