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Filthy Creations

Posted by demonik on September 6, 2007

Filthy Creations is a showcase for the fiction and artwork of Vault of Evil’s creative members.

“These would not be out of place in the old Pan Book Of Horror Stories” – Michel Parry.

Filthy Creations 1

Filthy Creations 1.

44 pages of horror fiction.

Ripton Torn by Franklin Marsh
Tendrils by Roger B. Pile
Midnight Snack by Charles Black
Love by Steve Goodwin
The Horror on Dreadstone Moor by Franklin Marsh
Martyr’s Window by Victoria J. Dixon

Artwork: Rog Pile, Adrian Salmon, Chrissie Demant.


Filthy Creations 2

Pith by James Stanger
Twisted by Peter Coady
Visionary by Victoria J. Dixon
The Horror on Dreadstone Moor (Part 2) by Franklin Marsh
Kindness by Steve Goodwin and Rog Pile
Under the Streetlight by Rog Pile

Artwork: Rog Pile, Adrian Salmon and various hands.

And poems from: Victoria J. Dixon, Lanaia Lee, and Craig Herbertson, who had a story in Pan Book of Horror 29.

Plus this issue features articles including an interview with Pan Book of Horror author Ian C. Strachan.

£2.50 each (including P&P), made out to R Pile

46 Trenoweth Estate
North Country
Cornwall TR16 4AH

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