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Barrelhouse Publishes Final Issue of Dark Sky Magazine

Barrelhouse has published Dark Sky Magazine No. 17 on its website, helping the now-closed literary journal release its final issue.

Follow this link to read the whole issue online. Below, we’ve included links to the fiction in the issue. Here’s more from Dark Sky Magazine editor Gabe Durham:

For the last year, Christy Crutchfield, Sarah Boyer, Brian Mihok, Ted Powers, and I have been working the journal together. About a month ago, we completed our most recent issue, DSM #17 and I sent it off to the Founder/Publisher. A week later, he gave me the bad news: Dark Sky was shutting down. In fact, he’d already shut it down. The press too. Bummer. So would we put up DSM #17 on a new site? Call it something different? All we knew was that this issue had to come out. It was too good. We were too excited about it. Then the editors of Barrelhouse stepped in and generously offered to host the issue on their site. The editors and contributors were unanimously in favor of this idea.

Fiction in Dark Sky Magazine No. 17.

The Nuclear Engineer, by Ken Poyner
Parameters, by Lauren Becker
Ghosts There, by Casey Hannan
Dyspnea, by Brad Green
Monster, by Emily Kiernan

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