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About

Horror Carousel is a printed, horror-fiction fanzine published twice a year. Through the written words of invented stories, it aims to define the darker conditions of human life and explore the more visceral range of human emotions.

Country of Publication

United States

Publication Medium & Frequency

Print Publication Print PublicationPublished 2 x per year.

Fiction Believed Defunct

Audience:
Unknown
Genres:
Horror Horror
Open to all/most Genres Open to all/most Genres
Styles:
Dark.
Topics:
Unknown
Types/Lengths:
TypeLength Details
Short Story Short Story1,000 - 5,000 words.
Payscale:
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Token payment (under 1 US cent per word) Token payment (under 1 US cent per word).
Submissions:
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Dates

Last Updated: 17 Aug 2020
Date Added: 25 Jul 2005

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