New Website for Midnight Echo!
Midnight Echo, the AHWA’s official magazine, now has a new website, a new subscription service and new payment rates for fiction, poetry, non-fiction and artwork
Have a look around the new website, check out Issue 7 now available!
New increased pay rates as of Issue 8; 3c/word to 5000 words.
Rocky Wood, Lisa Morton (authors) and Greg Chapman (illustrator)
Published by: McFarland and Company Incorporated, Publishers
ISBN no.: 978-0786466559
Release date: May, 2012
For nearly three centuries, as the Black Death rampaged through Europe and the Reformation tore the Church apart, tens of thousands were arrested as witches and subjected to trial, torture, and execution, including being burned alive. This graphic novel examines the background; the methods of the witch hunters; who stood to profit; the brave few who protested; and how the trials finally faded as Enlightenment replaced fear and superstition with reason and science. The book examines famed witch hunters Heinrich Kramer, architect of the infamous Malleus Maleficarum; Matthew Hopkins, England’s notorious “Witchfinder General”; King James I, supposedly the target of assassination by a Scottish coven; the Salem Witch Trials; and the last witch trials and executions in Europe.
Table of Contents:
- Before the Trials
- The Trials Begin
- The First Witch-hunter
- The Contagion Spreads
- Joan of Arc
- The Trials in Arras
- The Hammer of Witches
- Witchcraft and the Reformation
- The Trials in Wurzberg
- King James and the North Berwick Trials
- Matthew Hopkins, Witchfinder-General
- The Salem Witch Trials
- The Frenzy Fades
The book runs 185 pages, and also includes a bibliography.
By Cameron Trost
Publisher: Self Published
ISBN no.: 1468073338 ISBN-13: 978-1468073331
Release date: 2 May 2012
Buy your copy here: www.trostlibrary.blogspot.com
Hoffman’s Creeper and Other Disturbing Tales…
A businessman staying in a Scottish manor makes the mistake of deciding to spend the evening in the library. A few unpopular teenage girls use witchcraft to pursue their aims. A rich banking tycoon has forgotten his university days when he and his friends dared to imagine a world ruled by social justice and working class ideals. The estranged family of a deceased aristocrat bicker over their inheritance. A botanist’s love for his plants is unnaturally deep-rooted. “Hoffman’s Creeper and Other Disturbing Tales” is the first short story collection from Cameron Trost. It plunges the reader into a world of mystery, suspense, obsession and greed. From the Scottish highlands and the jagged peaks of the Pyrénées to the streets of Brisbane and the Australian countryside, Cameron Trost provokes the reader by ensnaring recognisable characters in disturbingly plausible situations. His writing seeks to entertain while exploring the absurdities and peculiarities of society and the human mind.
The Long Ago
by Amanda J. Spedding
Published in: Surviving The End Anthology
Available from: Darkprints Press
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