Macabre Cadaver

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Macabre Cadaver Magazine
Macabre Cadaver Magazine Cover Issue 6 2009 med.jpg
Issue 6 Jan/Feb 2009 Artwork created by George Cotronis.
Editor Emmanuel Paige
Categories Literature
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher Stark Raven Press, LLC.
First issue August 2008
Final issue Spring 2011
Country United States
Language American English, British English, Canadian English, Australian English
Website www.macabrecadaver.com
ISSN 1943-9296

Macabre Cadaver Magazine was an American online horror, fantasy and science fiction magazine.[1] Macabre Cadaver published short fiction, poetry, and non-fiction articles. Macabre Cadaver Magazine was produced by Stark Raven Press and was available as an online webzine available in PDF and HTML format. Macabre Cadaver released only two print issues (#6 and #7) before placing print runs on indefinite hiatus on May 1, 2009. A final print issue (Spring 2011 Issue #10) was released before the online website was shuttered in May, 2011.

Staff

  • Emmanuel Paige, Publisher/Executive editor
  • Jeff Woodward, Editor
  • Tammy Kane, Staff Writer/Reader
  • Richard Worden, Reader

Former staff

  • Angela Megl, Assistant to the editor
  • Adam Blomquist, Staff Writer/Reader

Authors interviewed

Interviews with novelists and writers, conducted by the editor of Macabre Cadaver, were regularly featured in the magazine. Noted authors interviewed included:

Actors interviewed

Interviews with actors, conducted by the editor of Macabre Cadaver, were regularly featured in the magazine. Noted actors interviewed included:

Musicians interviewed

Interviews with musicians and band members, conducted by the editor of Macabre Cadaver, were regularly featured in the magazine. Noted musicians interviewed included:

Reviews

Reviews of books, movies, theater, and music by the editor of Macabre Cadaver, were regularly featured in the magazine. Noted reviews included:

Cover art

Issue 7 of Macabre Cadaver featured cover art by Clint Carney, an artist known for his violent art and also as a member of the electro-industrial music group System Syn.[4]

ISSN

Registered as ISSN 1943-9296 with the United States Library of Congress.

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ http://www.ulrichsweb.com/ulrichsweb/ulrichsweb_news/uu/newTitles.asp?uuMonthlyFile=uu200906/new_titles.txt&Letter=L&navPage=9&
  2. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1864897/publicity
  3. ^ http://www.debbierochon.com/home.htm
  4. ^ http://systemsyn.com/art/about.html

External links

  • Official website[dead link]
  • Stark Raven Press website
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