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Surreal Grotesque Issue One

Surreal Grotesque Issue One

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The art of Peter Tucker, interview with Fist Kitten, provocative fiction and erotic reviews.
The art of Peter Tucker, interview with Fist Kitten, provocative fiction and erotic reviews.

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Published by: Daniel William Gonzales on Feb 14, 2013
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Dear Freaks and Weirdos: Welcome to a project that has been estering in the corners o my mind or a long time. I am a big an o small press horror and small press horror mags in general. My rst exposure to them wasin high school when I rst got my hands on a copy o Cemetery Dance magazine. Since then itchanged me; I saw in its newspaper olds a world where horror could come to lie without being approved by a publisher rst. Fiction magazines (especially or horror) are hard to come by thesedays and I believe there are some amazing writers out there just waiting to be discovered. I joinedthe Litreactor writing community late last year - an amazing writing community by the way - andound a group o kindred spirits. Some amazingly talented and intelligent people, we put togetheran anthology called Psychosis: Stories o Madness which we are currently shopping around. Aterthis I still elt something itching in the back o my skull, hiding inside the cerebral cortex, a tiny insect picking at my hypothalamus with exquisite delight.I wanted to create a magazine and being o lesser income means or the moment, I had to do it theonly way I could which was digital style. So I enlisted the help o the talented Jason Van Horn, oneo my Psychosis writer buddies who wrote a very delightul story about amputee porn or the an-thology, and he helped me with the layout. Ten I enlisted the talent o some more Litreactor com-munity members such as the well-published bizarro writer, Bradley Sands (“Sorry I Ruined YourOrgy”) and Richard Tomas (“ransubstantiate”). Soon the ball was rolling. I met this amazing artist named Peter whose “Woe and Fauna” series literally blew me away. He understood the idea o Surreal and Grotesque. It’s not a “gross out” magazine, nor is it wilight Zone literature. SurrealGrotesque is horror in its purest sense, nding beauty in the weird, ugly, strange and unusual. Occa-sionally these stories go to some very dark places, but they all delight in knowing the truth: beauty is truly in the eye o the beholder.So maybe we are a bit like the wilight Zone in the sense that we are the pig people who think thatblonde hair and blue eyes is passé. We are alking ina and we are going to kill you. We are thething on the wing o the plane. We are the voice in the dark whispering your name sotly. We arethe strange mangled hand underneath your bed. We are everything you ear and more. We are theSurreal Grotesque.Psychotically Yours,Daniel W. GonzalesEditor & Necrophiliac or Hire--------
PS. I you can hear me, I’m being held hostage in Daniel’s basement and being orced to be hisco-editor/layout guy. Shhh - I hear him coming. I’m araid o what will happen i you don’t likethe look o the magazine. I don’t want to get the whipping can again... ~~ Jason Van Horn
art by: Samantha Valery 

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