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Created by horror writers, for horror writers, every issue is filled with bone-chilling fiction, interviews with genre-leading authors and people of interest, non-fiction tales of scares and haunts, and tips and tricks for turning your horror writing into a best-seller.
Inside the Issue:
Interview with an Exorcist
Gallows Hill sits down with America’s leading exorcist, and inspiration for the movie The Rite, to discuss the truth behind horror’s favorite ritual.
Featured Author: Richard Chizmar
Author of A Long December and Gwendy’s Button Box, and founder of Cemetery Dance, talks with GH editor Joshua Demarest about writing horror, comparisons to Stephen King, and how he’d die in a horror movie. There is also a spontaneous game of word association.
Death By 10,000 Cuts
The writers and editors behind Gallows Hill discuss the easiest way to make large cuts to your word count without sacrificing plot. Added bonus? It’s a guaranteed way to increase the pacing of your fiction!
Fiction by T.J. Tranchell and Jason J. Nugent
Two authors offer unique spins on the classic exorcism tropes. Replacing the typical priestly robes for a short sleeve white Oxford, black tie, and name plate, T.J. Tranchell takes readers on a tense ride in Tell No Man, when two Mormon missionaries are forced to go face to face with pure evil in a confrontation that will shake their faith to its core. And Jason J. Nugent entertains with a blackly humorous story featuring a pit to hell, ninja priests, and holy water grenades with From the Depths, Risen.