Please read the submissions guidelines below. HINNOM MAGAZINE pays $55 for accepted stories over 3,000 words and $30 for stories under 3,000 words. Greetings from the Valley of Hinnom, With the amazing success of Hinnom Magazine during the year of 2017, we have decided to move onward with this publication and to make several big changes … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Hinnom Magazine 2018: Bi-Monthly Weird Fiction and Cosmic Horror
Greetings, all! You haven't heard a lot from us recently, and the site has been quiet. I hope to fill you in on some things and to update you on future developments with this post. THE GIST The truth is, I recently faced tragedy after tragedy, emergency after emergency, stemming all the way back to … Continue reading A Letter from the Editor & Other Important Updates
A review of Salkovic’s recent story in Hinnom Magazine Issue 008!
“Molly was kneeling by the window, her rifle cradled in her lap, her face lit by the red glare of the night. A strange cacophony came from outside, a wailing chant that was half screams and half laughter, accompanied by the rumble of drums and the shrill of pipes and flutes. The infernal din curdled Nick’s blood: he crept to the window and what he saw froze him in place.”
Like many of you fellow cosmic trespassers, I have, from time to time, wondered what if Erich Zahn had broken a string; what if the strange alchemy of Armitage and Co. had failed and the powder was ineffective; what if Cthulhu rose and the armies of Y’ha-nthlei flopped ashore? In other words, what if Lovecraft’s monsters and gods won? In our last story, we saw a glimpse of that that didn’t quite meet with my expectations, enjoyable though it was…
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Greetings from the Ether, With Hinnom 008 now available, we thought we’d interview some of the authors involved to help get the word out about their pieces. Join us as we interview Adrian Cole, and as we dive into the making of his nightmarish, aquatic tale “The Next Time it Rains.” CP: Can you tell us a … Continue reading AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Adrian Cole
Greetings from the Ether, As we announced Friday, there was a slight delay in the paperback becoming available due to Labor Day weekend. As of a few hours ago, it is now available! Find the link below, and thank you so much for your patience!
Greetings from the Ether, We just wanted to inform everyone that Amazon is taking a little longer than usual to process the paperback of Hinnom Magazine Issue 008 due to Labor Day weekend. We are expecting the paperback to be up in the next few days, but the e-book is still readily available. We apologize for … Continue reading HINNOM 008 Paperback Delay Due to Labor Day Weekend
Greetings from the Ether, With Hinnom 008 now available, we thought we’d interview some of the authors involved to help get the word out about their pieces. Join us as we interview Helen Power, and as we dive into the making of her terrifying post-apocalyptic tale “Sundown.” CP: Can you tell us a little about yourself? How … Continue reading AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Helen Power
Greetings from the Ether, As of reading this, there are only a few hours left for the amazing anthology Kickstarter that is Ashes and Entropy. Boasting one of the most exciting TOCs in recent memory, this is a project that will undoubtedly win multiple awards and achieve universal acclaim. And YOU can be a part in its … Continue reading ASHES AND ENTROPY – Final Hours of Fantastic Anthology Kickstarter
Greetings from the Ether, With Hinnom 008 releasing tomorrow, we thought we’d interview some of the authors involved to help get the word out about their pieces. Join us as we interview Kurt Newton for the second time, and as we dive into the making of his Lovecraftian poem “Whispers Beyond the Glass.” CP: For those who … Continue reading AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Kurt Newton
Greetings from the Ether, With Hinnom 008 releasing tomorrow, we thought we'd interview some of the authors involved to help get the word out about their pieces. Join us as we interview S. L. Edwards for the second time, and as we dive into the making of his mammoth poem "The Star Fields." CP: For those … Continue reading AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: S. L. Edwards
Greetings from the Ether, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have gained a reputation for being the premier Lovecraftian directors working in film today. Their ideas are original, their direction crisp, and they consistently yield scripts unorthodox with an inkling of true genius interwoven between the lines. Their latest effort, The Endless, just might be their best … Continue reading THE ENDLESS (2017) — A Gehenna Post Review