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January 21, 2011

Act 7 Mind Blow-Up

You've been waiting patiently all month and now it's Killing Time. Yes, Killing Time - Horror E-Rag™ Issue 3-1 is available now. Some people want to know why the big wait? Sure it's the start of a new year of issues. Sure it has new stories including a new kind of themed story--previously we had spell casters and then nasty people getting what they deserved. What people have been waiting expectantly for is PSY3007 Act 7. Yes, the story continues and it is going to BLOW... YOUR... MIND! I'm going to be completely frank now and tell you this is not the end. The thrilling conclusion appears next issue! Now, as to the other stories... The first one is titled "Inhibitor" and deals with shady experimental drug trials at a university. The theme stories this year are song inspired. This first one is short but sweet--with an incredibly obvious song title.

There has been a big change in regards to articles in the Year 3 issues. First up is that the general article is completely gone. Before the days of blogging I ceased writing the horror genre articles that discussed writing, watching, and general horror involvement because I covered everything I wanted to cover. In its place I turned my hand to horror poetry. This time out is the poem "Artefact"--that's the official Canadian spelling in case you wondered. New too is "Ghostly Illumination #1" a look at someone important or influential in horror by my estimation. At the tail of the issue is the new end article series "Sommatoria" that ties the whole issue together. Now I have a surprise--you'll have to look at the Teaser page on the sales site for more information--a bonus feature to this special 13th issue of the E-Rag. I've kept you long enough; go, buy your issue.

I've noted on the main Magazine sale page that the next issue, 3-2, will be available February 25th. I hope the wait for that momentous PSY3007 finale isn't too painful.

Music: Run For Your Life by Twisted Sister.

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