Midnight Echo 9 cover revealed, featuring me

Cover_2013_03_26Check out the awesome cover for issue 9 of Midnight Echo magazine. That’s some great, creepy work by Mahdesigns. This issue, edited by Geoff Brown, is horror stories themed around myths and legends. It features my story, The Fathomed Wreck To See. I’m really pleased to have a story in this issue, as I’m a huge fan of the magazine. Not only that, but if you look closely you’ll see I’ve even got my name on the cover along with some seriously talented people in the horror field. And honestly, seeing your name on a book or magazine cover never gets old. Such a treat and such an honour to be included among so many talented people who have work in this issue. Check it out:

Midnight Echo 9 Table of Contents:


Changeling by Jonathan Maberry
Black Train Blues by James A Moore
Black Peter by Martin Livings
The Road by Amanda J Spedding
Coffee Rings by Kristin Dearborn
The Wee Folk by JG Faherty
From the Forebears by Steven Gepp
Little Boy, Little Girl, Lost in the Woods by Mark Patrick Lynch
The Fathomed Wreck to See by Alan Baxter


ganesh by Talie Helene


Allure of the Ancients; The Key to His Kingdom – story by Mark Farrugia, illustrations by Greg Chapman

Special Features

The Mythology of Mid-World by Robin Furth (non-fiction)
Russian Field of Mysteries by Tony Vilgotsky (non-fiction)
An Interview with Jonathan Maberry
An Interview with Mel Gannon

Regular Features

A Word from the AHWA President – Geoff Brown
Tartarus – Danny Lovecraft (poetry column)
Pix and Panels – Mark Farrugia (comic column)
Black Roads, Dark Highways #4 – Andrew McKiernan (column)
Sinister Reads (all the latest releases from AHWA members)

Pre-orders for the limited print edition are now being taken, and it will be available in all electronic formats too. For more information on this amazing issue, head to www.midnightechomagazine.com


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