Horror fiction magazine


Horror fiction magazine

A "horror fiction magazine" is a magazine that publishes primarily horror fiction with the main purpose of scaring or frightening the reader. Horror magazines can be in print, on the internet, or both.

Major horror magazines

Defunct magazines

*"The Arkham Collector"
*"The Arkham Sampler"
*"The Australian Horror and Fantasy Magazine"
*"Castle of Frankenstein"
*"Dark Fluidity"
*"Deathrealm"
*"Horror Stories"
*"Night Cry"
*"Terror Australis"
*"The Third Alternative"
*"Twilight Zone literature"
*"Whispers"

Current magazines

*"Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine"
*"Apex Digest"
*"Cemetery Dance"
*"Chizine" webzine
*"Clarkesworld Magazine" webzine
*"Fantázia"
*"GUD Magazine" 2006-present print/pdf
*"H. P. Lovecraft's Magazine of Horror"
*"Ideomancer"
*"The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction"
*"Midnight Street"
*"Not one of us"
*"Paradox Magazine"
*"Shadowed Realms"
*""
*"Something Wicked"
*"Subterranean Magazine" webzine
*"Sybil's Garage"
*"Weird Tales"

Horror comic magazines

*"Creepy
*"Eerie
*"Vampirella

ee also

*Fantasy fiction magazine
*Science fiction magazine


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