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New this month: Fiction by Josiah Furcinitti, Bucket Siler, Alan Caldwell, Philip Laverty, Billy Stanton, Grove Koger, Titus Green, Thomas White, Brian P. Kalfus, Ferenc Kanto Zoltan, Nicola Pett, JB Shaw, and James Hanna. Flash Fiction by Pete Lindemann and Paula Bowman. Poetry by Alan Catlin, Joseph A. Farina, Stephen House, MJ Lemon, Akshita, and Stephen Jarrell Williams.

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“Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.” — Carl Jung

Read the latest stories and poems here:

“my before” Dark Poetry by Stephen House

Stephen House has won awards as a poet, playwright, and actor. He’s received international literature residencies from The Australia Council and Asialink. His chapbooks “real and unreal” poetry and “The Ajoona Guest House” monologue are published by ICOE Press. His next book drops soon. He performs his acclaimed monologues widely.

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“with me” Dark Fiction by Alan Caldwell

Alan Caldwell has been teaching in Georgia since 1994 but only began submitting writing in May 2022. He has since been published in over two dozen journals and magazines, including Southern Gothic Creations, The Backwoodsman, You Might Need To Hear This, The Chamber, Heartwood Literary Journal, Rural Fiction Magazine, Longridge Review, Deep Wild Journal and…

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“Locomotive of Darkness” Supernatural Horror by Titus Green

Titus Green was born in Canada but grew up in the UK. His fiction, non-fiction and prose poetry have appeared in numerous online and print magazines, including The Collidescope, Adelaide Literary Magazine, The Bosphorus Review of Books, HORLA, Literally Stories, Sediments Literary Arts, Fear of Monkeys, Nalubaale Review, Stag Hill Literary Journal, Ramingo’s Porch, The…

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“Moloch” Dark Fiction by Charlie Sutphin

Charles Sutphin has lived in Indianapolis for 50 years. His cobbled career includes editor, journalist, writer, attorney, professor, investment manager and venture capitalist. Married for 30 years with two children, he taught at the University of Indianapolis for decades. His fiction was published liberally in the 1990s and recently in The Flying Island and The Helix Literary Review.

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The Chamber seeks dark fiction, poetry, reviews, essays, and interviews from around the world. New material appears at 10:00 a.m. US central time on the first Friday of each month and again at 10:00 p.m. central time in order to reach a worldwide audience. To find out when The Chamber appears in your time zone, go to the Time Zone Converter at

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