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Sanitarium Magazine is an independent quarterly magazine, dedicated to bringing audiences the best in horror from around the globe.Inside this issue of Sanitarium Magazine you’ll find stories that will keep you up late at night, poems that will haunt you, and new reasons to be afraid of the dark. Here, you’ll be forced to confront your deepest fears, your worst nightmares, ...more
Kindle Edition, 226 pages
Published January 16th 2019 by Sanitarium Publishing
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S.J. Budd
Feb 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I was beyond excited to see last year that Sanitarium Magazine was being revived. I loved the magazine in its first life. It has a special place in my heart as this was the magazine to give me my first story acceptance at a time where I was beginning to lose all confidence in my writing.

I was first published in Issue 28. I'd bought 5 copies! I was nervous as I had never read it before but immediately loved it and continued to buy every issue afterwards until it stopped at issue 51. I was devast
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Ian Sputnik is a writer of horror and dark verse. Born and bred in South East England, he works in Canary Wharf, London. He has had a number of pieces published in Sanitarium Magazine (where he is also a slush pile reader) and has also been published in Devolution Z, Morpheus Tales and Living Paranormal.

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