5 Story Opening Clichés That Need to Die

Column by Max Booth III August 15, 2016
Here's why your dumb story keeps getting rejected.

How to Create an Award-Winning Magazine Without Ever Spending a Dime

Column by Max Booth III May 13, 2016
Call us when you have a real challenge.

Five New (and Newish) Horror Markets for Short Fiction

Column by George Cotronis
It is almost Halloween and you need some new markets to send those spooky stories of yours.
Dark Moon Digest

Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing Acquires Dark Moon Digest

News by Max Booth III July 20, 2015
A small press and a horror magazine have joined together to create an adorable skull child.
Get To Know The Late Felix Dennis

Get To Know The Late Felix Dennis

News by Peter Derk June 24, 2014
Eclectic, eccentric Publisher Felix Dennis passed away at age 67.

6 Horror Magazines You Should Be Reading

Column by Max Booth III June 13, 2014
Some horror magazines you just NEED to read. These are those magazines.

Is Print the Popular Kid Again?

Column by Leah Dearborn
Print was supposed to die with the new millennium, but a number of digital publications have recently opted to go against the grain and begin production of hard copy editions.

Storyville: Ten Ways to Evaluate Fiction Markets

Column by Richard Thomas May 14, 2013
Here are ten ways to evaluate fiction markets, so you can place your stories with confidence.
“Read Them Here First” - magazines go digital before hitting newsstands

Digital Magazines from Hearst Hitting iPad Before Newsstands

News by Dean Fetzer January 22, 2013
In a new move for the industry, magazine publisher Hearst has partnered with Apple to release the digital versions of its titles before print versions are available.
The Writer Magazine Saved At The Eleventh Hour

The Writer Magazine Saved At The Eleventh Hour

News by Kimberly Turner August 29, 2012
The Writer Magazine announced an indefinite hiatus last month, but the 125-year-old publication has been granted a second chance by new owner Madavor Media.
'The Writer' Magazine Goes On Hiatus

'The Writer' Magazine Goes On Hiatus After 125 Years

News by Kimberly Turner July 31, 2012
'The Writer,' a 125-year-old publication dedicated to providing advice and inspiration for authors, is looking for a buyer to save it from the magazine graveyard.
The World Of Tomorrow: Interactive Magazines

Welcome To The World Of Tomorrow: Interactive Magazines

News by Dave Reuss June 7, 2012
A company allows interactivity with magazines. The future of print or marketing crap?