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submissions invited
Posted on Saturday, August 23, 2003 - 01:12 am:   

Hey, writers, a market that needs you!

Submissions are invited for a new magazine of horror and related genre
stories called FUSING HORIZONS: DARK FICTION FOR IMAGINATIVE READERS.

Issue one is scheduled for December 2003, and among the features will be:

* an interview with Michael Marshall Smith
* a reprint of a rare Ramsey Campbell tale
* much new fiction
* colour cover
* original artwork
* FUSING ATOMS - ten tiny tales of terror!

Please check out the website for details and guidelines:

http://www.fusinghorizons.com

Subscriptions or single-copy orders are of course welcome. The more we sell,
the greater chance this has of becoming a permenant market in our slim
field!

At only £2-65 a copy, £9-99 for a annual subscription, how can you refuse?

Best -

Gary Fry
Editor, FUSING HORIZONS
Author of 'Both And', GATHERING THE BONES, eds. Ramsey Campbell, Jack Dann and Dennis Etchison, HarperCollins/TOR, August 2003
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Gary Fry
Posted on Thursday, November 27, 2003 - 08:20 am:   

Dear reader!

Just to let you know that the first issue of FUSING HORIZONS: DARK FICTION FOR IMAGINATIVE READERS is now available! It's a strong issue to kick off with, if I say so myself. For only £2-65 a copy, you'll receive...

Fiction from Ramsey Campbell, Joel Lane, Andrew Hook, Joolz Denby, Charles Gramlich, and seven others.

Interview with Michael Marshall Smith.

Eight more pieces of fiction in the form of Fusing Atoms. (That makes twenty stories!)

An essay on horror writing.

Illustrations and a full colour cover.


For full details, check out: http://www.fusinghorizons.com/issueone.html

To buy, check out: http://www.fusinghorizons.com


From Ophelia, by John L. Probert:

They had kept her locked up in the room for three days so far. Three days without food, without a bath, without talking to another living soul. A clear plastic bottle was pushed through a tiny slot in the bottom of the worn wooden door at regular intervals. While whoever did this never responded to her cries, the mere act had helped to relieve some of the anxiety which gnawed at her. At least someone knew she was there, and they didnít want her to die.

Not yet, anyway...


Your support will be rewarded!

Best,

Gary Fry, Editor


Make cheques payable to 'Gary Fry', 19, Ruffield Side, Delph Hill, Wyke, Bradford, West Yorks, BD12 8DP, UK. Single copies: £2-65; four-copy annual subscription: £9-99. Postage FREE.

US single copies (reduced surface): $5-65; US four-copy subscriptions (reduced surface): $21-95.

Rest of the world: negotiable; please enquire.

I now have a PayPal facility.
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Buy Me!
Posted on Saturday, December 06, 2003 - 04:31 am:   

Dear imaginative reader,

Fusing Horizons is now available from PROJECT PULP:

Single issue: http://projectpulp.com/item_detail.asp?bookID=1717970420
Subscription: http://projectpulp.com/item_detail.asp?bookID=-1917605801

The first issue has sold extremely well, and now I'm arranging a reprint.

Find out what everyone's going for - remember, 20 stories for just £2-65 / $5-65! - by ordering a copy now...

Let's make this new market work: it's good for both readers and writers.

Best -

Gary Fry, editor
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Neil A
Posted on Tuesday, October 19, 2004 - 01:21 pm:   

Just hijacking yr thread here, Gary.

Issue 3 of Fragment is up now for free download:

www.fragmentmagazine.co.uk

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