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Shock Totem 1 by K. Allen Wood
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Killer cover art by Robert Høyem for the debut issue. My favorite selections were Les Berkley's haunting "First Light," David Niall Wilson's cursed baseball tale, "Slider," and Brian Rappatta's "The Dead March," a story about relationships and the unliving. Best title goes to Kurt Newton's "Thirty-Two Scenes From A Dead Hooker's Mouth." Lots of other goodies inside - reviews, great interviews that read more like conversations than the typical Q & A sessions, and behind-the-scenes comments by the writers about their work. Heck, there's even a poem, "Mulligan Stew" by me. But don't hold that against the Totem. This was issue #1 and they are still publishing. That alone is testimony regarding the quality of the contents.
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