Fiction: The Boston Look

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By Evan Dicken

Everyone was in church when the Stranger came to Innsmouth. He arrived just before eleven, the only passenger on Joe Sargent’s dilapidated motor coach. Strangers were uncommon enough to elicit curiosity from the parishioners at the Old Masonic Lodge, but when …

IFPFiction: The Boston Look

Fiction: Dinner at Majak’s

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By Nghi Vo

While Lumina’s on 43rd street does a cow eye pâté to die for and Tragers has a whole section on its dinner menu devoted to Batrachian cuisine, every foodie knows that you need to head to under the overpass and down …

IFPFiction: Dinner at Majak’s

Fiction: The Dark Island

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By William Meikle

The sun was going down behind the mountain and the loch was fading from blue to black, the breeze throwing refraction patterns in intricate dances across its surface. Later, the moon would dance in those patterns, but, for now, there was …

IFPFiction: The Dark Island

Fiction: Prayer to the Priest of Dreams

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By Josh Storey

My son, there are three things you must know when you go skinny dipping in the ocean after midnight. First and foremost, you must be naked. Stop snickering. It’s obvious but true. You must be naked; otherwise, you’re just swimming. Present

IFPFiction: Prayer to the Priest of Dreams

Cover: Upcoming Issue 11 of Innsmouth Magazine

By Bernie Gonzalez

When Silvia asked me to put together a cover for Innsmouth Magazine, she was kind enough to give me free rein. For an artist, that freedom is as much welcome as it is overwhelming. A blank page can be intimidating. But when it comes to Lovecraft, I’ve always had one image in my mind.

After being exposed to Lovecraft in high school, I instantly gravitated to “At the Mountains of Madness.” I desperately wanted to be …

IFPCover: Upcoming Issue 11 of Innsmouth Magazine

Editorial: Issue 10

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Welcome to issue 10 of Innsmouth Magazine, featuring cover artwork by Abigail Larson. What have we been up to during the spring? Well, we released Innsmouth Magazine: Collected Issues 1-4 for the Kindle, with epub and other formats coming later this summer through Smashwords. We are also working on collecting issues 5-7 in e-book …

IFPEditorial: Issue 10

Fiction: The Innsmouth Ladies’ Guide to Household Management

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By L.T. Patridge

[Circa 1855. Courtesy Archives of Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.

The identity of the author is unknown.

This is the most complete copy available. Three other copies of frontispiece are attested, one at Wellesley’s Margaret Clapp Library, one privately held, and one in the archives of Phillips Academy, Andover, …

IFPFiction: The Innsmouth Ladies’ Guide to Household Management

Fiction: The Lost Continent

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By Lane Heymont

Winter. Month of Tarranuary, Day 10

Dearest love,

No doubt you have learned of our departure by now. I must apologise profusely for the deception – the lost continent of Londinium is out there somewhere to the east in the dark and unforgiving Torcdywyn Sea. Again, I must apologise, my love, for …

IFPFiction: The Lost Continent

Fiction: Notrees

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By Michael Wehunt

The sun was iodine from an eyedropper. It set that fast, trembling and pregnant one moment, broken on the rocks of the million-mile horizon like an egg yolk the next. Distant streaks of jaundiced clouds. I could feel the gaping sky dilate and roll in its socket to regard me. This Texan …

IFPFiction: Notrees

Fiction: A Ship with No Mast

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By Stephen Eldridge

The rain battered the oiled cloths wrapped around Gabbin’s body, forcing itself through the single fold that he’d left for air. The lifeboat was small and rapidly taking on water. He had no illusions about his chances of survival – even if he were willing to disturb the relative warmth of his …

IFPFiction: A Ship with No Mast

Fiction: The Sleeper on the Throne

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By Julio Toro San Martin

Xulthal, the Fearsome Planet, was situated by the dim shade and senescence of a dying sun, in the time of the star-forging races known as the Atudiani Collective, masters of All-Space.

Anathema was the rocky orb to the Atudiani in the dim reaches of space and many cursed themselves bitterly …

IFPFiction: The Sleeper on the Throne

Fiction: Market

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By Sayuri Yamada

What do you think of Numbers Five and Nine? Look at Number Five. She’s big: tall and chunky, a lot of yummy meat inside. Oh, you prefer Number Nine? Yeah, she is slender and looks beautiful. Some people prefer the same, favouring slim ones, but I like bulky ones better. See the …

IFPFiction: Market