Hello Ghouls and Boils,
Today we bring you some tentacular news. Phantasmagorium is having a big makeover. But I will let them tell you all about it. Enjoy, my fiends!
Sarah L. Covert
From Scott Nicolay, Production Mgr —
Recently Laird Barron announced that he was leaving the chief editorial post at Phantasmagorium to focus on his own writing. We were all sorry to hear this, but I ask you, can anything that means MORE of Laird’s writing out there in the world be a bad thing? And it is not the end: I am very happy to announce that Phantasmagorium will continue with some changes to its leadership team. Most importantly, celebrated author & editor Joseph S. Pulver Sr. takes over immediately as Fiction Editor for the print edition. Edward Morris, another dark talent in the world of weird horror, has already stepped in as editor for the new online fiction section, and has begun taking submissions for the “Story of the Week.” I will also be joining as Manager, working to improve all aspects of the magazine.
We know the initial rollout of Phantasmagorium had its speedbumps, especially in distribution, filling of orders and communication with authors.
What we want our once and future readers and contributors to know is that we are now working aggressively to correct all these issues. Therefore, if you have not received the copy(ies) you ordered, or have had any other difficulty, I am asking that you immediately contact me, Scott Nicolay, via my email address: methysticin AT hotmail DOT ETC. Give me the details and I will get on the case.
Most of all, we want everyone to know it is our goal to continue the terrible and exciting vision with which Laird Barron began Phantasmagorium. And we know we can do it. Stick with us. There are many thrills and chills yet to come.