I've been looking for a copy of Robert Bloch's legendary novel Psycho for a long time now, in bookstores and online and anywhere else I could think of. The other day I stopped into my local used bookstore just for a peek, and they actually had a paperback copy of the book (in pretty good condition) for just $2.50. So now I finally get to read it, as soon as I finish Red by Jack Ketchum and Kyrik: Warlock Warrior by Gardner Fox.
While I get back to reading, here are some speculative magazines that I've found to be open to scifaiku/horrorku/speculative haiku, or whatever else you want to call them:
- Cemetery Moon
- Dreams & Nightmares
- Fear & Trembling
- The Magazine of Speculative Poetry
- Mirror Dance
- The Shantytown Anomaly (scroll down for submission guidelines)
- Star*Line (reopens January 2009)
- Tales of the Talisman (formerly Hadrosaur Tales)
- Twisted Tongue Magazine
Also, in case you hadn't heard already (like me), Necrology Magazine is no longer with us, and Dark Jesters (which is still reading until Nov 30th) has had their fill of zombie stories. So send that zombie western you've been working on somewhere else.