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Twisted




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TWISTED #6 horror & fantasy

Summer/Fall 1991 Issue 6

TABLE OF CONTENTS



fiction

THE CULT OF PUKE by Miroslaw Lipinski

GOO by Jacques Servin

LOT’S DAUGHTERS by Marcelle Thiebaux

WAMPUS by Mark Rainey

THE MORNING OF THE WITHERED ROSE by Lenora K. Rogers

THE IDOL by Bentley Little

MODEL WIFE by Anke Kriske

STILL LIFE WITH SKULLS by Charles Gramlich

MOMMA by Thomas Neveu

NORMA’S AFFLICTION by D. Eden Bergis

HEADCOUNT by DF Lewis

THE PITCHER PLANT by Steven Neal Schaffer

A SHOT RANG OUT TO SEA by Bobby G. Warner

ALL THE NEWS NOT FIT TO PRINT by Ralph Rainwater, Jr.

THE TIN MAN by J. L. Comeau

THE LAST LOVER by Mary Ann Mitchell

ANTICIPATION by Octavio Ramos, Jr

DOMINOES by Barry Hoffman

LISZT CONCERTO by George Egon Hatvary

DOODY’S DILEMMA by Albert J. Manachino

THE LAP POOL by R. L. Brockett

SHE COLLECTS... by Spott D. Yost

RETREAT by George W. Smyth

I SMILE FOR YOU, MY LOVE by Yvonne Navarro

PETALS by Roger Dale Trexler

UNCLE JIM by Thomas O’Connor

THE PELOPONNESIAN PRESCRIPTION by Brian Adams

THE ELECTRIC CRESCENDO by Solomon Pogarsky

PlNATA by L David Gibeau

A PREY RARE AND ELUSIVE by Steven M. Oberbeck

NETWORKINGby Stefan Jackson



poetry

HUNTER AND HUNTED by Lisa Lepovetsky

NECRO LOVER by John B. Rosenman

DARK RENAISSANCE by Thomas Zimmerman

UNTITLED by Linda Bornstein

ON THE HALF SHELL by Sheryl L. Nelms

PET OF THE MONTH by Jacie Ragan

CASKET MAKER by Robert Baldwin

DES PLAINES: SUMMER OF 1985 by Jeffery Lewis

THE LOVE OF FLIES by Brian E. Drake

I AM A LIZARD by Joey Froehlich

TAKE A GOOD LOOK by C. Darren Butler

OLD CUTS by Bobby G. Warner

SEASON OF THE POCKET MIRROR by Eryc Bourland

STARVATION GAMES AT THE BUZZARD REUNION by Joey Froehlich

SECRET by Geri Eileen Davis

PREFERENCES by Jana Hakes

ENTERTAINING THE NIGHT FRAMED by Robert Haase

GRANDPA AND GRANDMA AT HOME by Holly Day

PAGE by Robert Baldwin

THE COLD MAN by Michael A. Arnzen

OF MORTAL CREATION by C. S. Fuqua

WATER DAMAGE by Ann K. Schwader

IN THE GAME by Dwight E. Humphries

MARKED DOWN by Wayne Edwards

GOD’S LAKE by Jeffery Lewis

POETICJUSTICE by Ann K. Schwader

AUGUST VAMPIRE by Lisa Lepovetsky

BLADE by Lisa Lepovetsky

MIDNIGHT LOVE by Holly Day

UNTITLED by Linda Bornstein

COMMEMORATION byWilliam E. Passera

CHANGING CHANNELERS by Michael A. Arnzen

EAGLE EYE by Jacie Ragan

SUITE 101: THE DEMOLISHED MAN by Carl Buchanan

DON’T YA TELL ME I KICKED YOU TEERE by Joey Froehlich

OCTOPUS by Sheryl L. Nelms

CANCER by Reta Taylor

FEEDING THE G0LEM by Eryc Bourland

FXUAL by Jana Hakes

WHEN HELL FREEZES OVER by Geri Eileen Davis

PULP by Robert Baldwin

JOHN GREY IN RIPPERLAND by John Grey



features

TOD BROWNING: FRIEND OF THE OUTCAST by Lawrence McCallum

JOHN CARPENTER: THE MAN BEHIND THE MASKS by David Bruce



photo

SISTERS by Robert H. Bradford



illustrations

Allen Koszowski - front cover

Jon Bush - inside front cover

Doom - inside back cover

Randy Moore - back cover



Ray Basham Mark Bell Cathy Buburuz Jon Bush Doom
Christopher Friend Jim Garrison Belinda Jones Allen Koszowski Randy Moore Marge B. Simon



original logo design - Ronald Barre

editor & publisher Christine B. Hoard

co-publisher Ronald Barre

assistant editor - Nancy E. Olshausen



TWISTED #6 All rights reserved by the individual contributors. Published by Christine Hoard. Single copies are $6. All inquiries should be directed to Christine Hoard. TWISTED is a member and supporter of SPWAO (Small Press Writers & Artists Organization).



OUT OF OUR MINDS Here we are again with a strange mix of erotic horror, weird fantasy and generally scary stuff. Special thanks this issue to Nancy Olshausen for her excellent typesetting and Ron Barre for financial support. Due to the size of this issue, we had to drop your letters, Jean Claxton reviews, along with several stories we had hoped to include. Next issue, we’ll offer fiction from David Bruce, Kathleen Jurgens, Jeffery Lewis, John Maclay and much more. Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy this issue and tell us what you think. For the time being, we are still the first house on the left.


1 comment:

Weirdmonger said...

The cover of this magazine is now shown HERE