INFERNAL INK is a wild, hard-core, and highly imaginative ADULT Magazine, filled with stories and poetry and articles in the genre of "horror-erotica." The poems and stories to be found in these pages are NOT for the weak of stomach, the overly-sensitive, or those who are easily offended. This is some heavy-metal stuff here, most definitely NOT for the faint of heart.
In the issue I just read, there are a number of stand-out writers. Stories by Adam Bolivar, James L. Jones, Derek Muk, Shaun Avery, and others. My favorite stories out of a collection of great tales are Bolivar's "The Lady of Dumah" -- a little necrophilia with a vampiric twist, very elegantly written. The other is "They Were Not So Nice," by James L. Jones -- a one-two punch about kidnapping, abduction, and cannibalism.
I'm not a poetry kind of guy, but I did enjoy many of the poems in this edition, especially "Heart," by Erin Goodenough. Other poems by fine writers like Robert Leuthold, Vicy Cross, and W.C. Morrow, to name a few, help round out this splendid edition. There's also a great interview with Terry D. Scheerer, of Horrotica Magazine. The editor/publisher of Infernal Ink, Hydra M. Star does an excellent job of collecting talent and putting out one ass-kicking publication, and she deserves kudos -- raised fist and Devil Horns -- for the quailty of the magazine and the excellence of her contributors.
Great illustrations by David Lipscomb.
Check it out, and get ready to have your world rocked!
Here's the website, and you can also find it on Amazon.com.