Innsmouth Magazine, Issue #14

Innsmouth Magazine, Issue #14 spreads its wings today (Yes, that’s the theme). Released for the first time in print and e-book form, we recommend you purchase the pretty paperback copy, but if you must have the e-book, then we are discounting 25% at Smashwords until December 6. That means it’s only $3 when you enter coupon code: MY56E.

Innsmouth Magazine’s 14th issue is centered around a theme: wings. Birds who can become strange lovers, mechanical flight suits, a re-telling …

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Fiction: Innsmouth Magazine 13

Innsmouth Magazine presents four Weird tales and one poem. Witness a bizarre alternate history in “1963 Aztec,” discover the steampunk wonders of Charlotte Babbage, and much more.

Fiction and poetry by Andrew G. Dombalagian, Ada Hoffmann, Jess Kaan (translated from the French by Sheryl Curtis), Meeah Cross-Williams and Bryan Thao Worra.

Cover artwork by Mario S. Nevado.

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Fiction: Where She Slumbers Still

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By E. Catherine Tobler

Age comes upon every being and so, too, death, but none should be made to endure both in the same moment. In these long and gloomful days, it becomes difficult for me to separate life from …

IFPFiction: Where She Slumbers Still

Fiction: I Fall to Pieces

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By Leslianne Wilder

I‘m wearing a banker. I should have taken him off, sloughed the trimmed chest hair and frameless glasses to the floor and just been naked with her, but I’m shy, sometimes. I know, even if she’s only …

IFPFiction: I Fall to Pieces

Fiction: The Unkillable Girl

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By KL Pereira

You can’t kill what’s already dead. It’s the only thing that’s kept me alive all these years.

I was tiny, pale, so small that my mother thought drowning me in the bath (my first memory) would be …

IFPFiction: The Unkillable Girl

Fiction: The Atrocity Film

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By Allen Griffin

The abandoned home looked like a crackhouse, gutters hanging like strays on a bad hair day, half-broken windows like carnivorous teeth. If not constructed from brick, the structure would have succumbed to collapse long ago.

I squatted …

IFPFiction: The Atrocity Film

Fiction: Grotto of the Helpless

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By Erin Stocks

I rearranged the mask on my face, crinkling my nose from the stench swirling up from the gully. Jorges slung his arm around my waist and tried to kiss me, but I twisted away, unwilling to relent …

IFPFiction: Grotto of the Helpless

Fiction: Call Out

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By Steve Toase

Opening the field gate, Malcolm sensed something born wrong sheltered in the old cattle shed. The sickly sweet smell of decay spread across the hillside. Round his feet, half-blind, featherless jackdaws cawed. Malcolm hesitated, not wanting to …

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Editorial: Issue 11

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Hello ghouls and gals! It’s October, Halloween time, and time for our third and final Innsmouth Magazine issue of the year. Before you dig into the pages of this magazine, we’d like to update you on what’s been going around Innsmouth.

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Fiction: The Drowned Ballet is Gone

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By Kirsten Alene

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Maggie and her brother had been in the castle for 17 years. That was as far back as either of them could remember. For 17 years, they had been searching for the Drowned Ballet.

Clues and signs of its whereabouts …

IFPFiction: The Drowned Ballet is Gone

Fiction: Charlotte Babbage and the Engine of Liberia

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By Andrew G. Dombalagian

A hen shrieked of night terrors in the distance. The spindly steeples caught glints of moonlight on the squat hill overlooking Monrovia harbor. Charlotte Babbage shuffled restlessly beneath the bleached veranda framing the church entrance. She huddled within the glow …

IFPFiction: Charlotte Babbage and the Engine of Liberia