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Issue 4 of Midnight Echo is a monster, well, has a story or two about a few monsters anyway. We’ve packed in twelve exciting stories, three poems, art by eight talented artists and four exciting interviews.


Order your copy, or two, today.


Scott WilsonExecutive Editor ~ Midnight Echo Magazine



Edited by Lee Battersby



ISSN: 1836 3865


RRP: $13.00 AU (Printed version for non-AHWA members), $10.00 (Printed version for AHWA members), $3.50 AU (Digital versions)



From the editor:


Everywhere we have travelled, the human race has been shadowed by monsters. They lurked in the shadows just outside the circle of light cast by our fires. They swam in the darkness beneath our keels. When we discovered new lands, and stepped onto white-sand beaches for the first time, they watched us from the bushes. They live in the corners of our eyes; in the silver lining within the cloud; in the cold, scared part of our minds we have spent our entire evolution pretending to ignore.


There are monsters in the pages of Midnight Echo: discovered; dissected, and chronicled by those who are unafraid to look beyond the circle of fire. Stories and poetry from writers like Geoffrey Maloney, Jenny Blackford, and Christopher Green, who have swum in the waters below the human psyche and returned to warn us of the truth they have discovered. That there is only one true monster in the human world, and it lives in your mirror.


Open the pages of Midnight Echo, and see what happens when the mirror stares back.



Literature:


Cromwell’s Beast ~ Steven J Stegbar
Tiny Drops ~ LL Hannett
Within the Walls ~ Philip Roberts
The Hand of God ~ Jason Crowe
Where We Go to be Made Lighter ~ Christopher Green
Poison or the Knife ~ BL Hobson
Carnal Knowledge ~ Don Norum
Visiting ~ Richard Barber
The Movie ~ Graham Fielding
Sleeping Dogs ~ Geoffrey Maloney & Andrew Baker
The Moon & The Mesa ~ Daniel Braum
Little Boy Lost ~ Patty Jansen
Poetry:
Rabbit ~ Holly Day
Mirror ~ Jenny Blackford
The Fat Aftermath ~ Jude Aquilina
Interviews with:
Charlaine Harris
Macabre Editors Angela Challis & Dr Marty Young
Foz Meadows
Surrealist artist Vincent Castiglia
Artwork by:
Justin Randall
Marco Morte
Ian Van Gemert
Shane Ryan
Mariusz Ganzel
Vincent Castiglia
Harry Purnell
George Cotronis
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