March Reprints: Week 3 Pt. 2

  I didn’t know it was made out of butter. Not until it slipped out of the doctor’s hands and skidded across the cold tile, between the nurses’ white sneakers. Perhaps that explains… Continue reading

March Reprints: Week 3

  “My sweet life as a killer began one afternoon in our Greenmont Village tract home, a sunny California Modern knockoff full of little imaginings and absent-minded guardians. Did I have ample opportunities… Continue reading

March Reprints: Week 2

  “On a very cold day in December, Salvador called a meeting of the Science Club to inform us that he’d discovered a body in an alley several blocks from our junior high,… Continue reading

March Reprints: Week 1

The first story in our March 2016 Reprint Issue is “All Things Worthless Left Behind” by Em Faerman. This piece originally appeared in print at The Wrong Quarterly, but you can now read it… Continue reading

Reprint Issue

Are you by any chance looking for someplace to send a story that you’ve already had published? We may be able to help with that. Psychopomp Magazine has decided that for the month of February,… Continue reading

Issue 10

The Winter 2016 issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now available. This is our tenth issue, and the second in Volume 3. Featured inside is prose by Sam Averis, Laura I. Miller, Raven Leilani, Nolan… Continue reading

Psychopomp Magazine’s Favorite Horror Films

Another Halloween has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean we have to wait an entire year to appreciate stories that scare us. Sequoia and I are both big fans of horror movies,… Continue reading

2016 Short Fiction Contest

The 2016 Psychopomp Magazine Short Fiction Contest is now accepting submissions! First prize will be $500 and publication, and this year’s contest will be judged by editors Sequoia Nagamatsu and Cole Bucciaglia. The… Continue reading

Issue 9

    The Fall 2015 Issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now available online. This is our 9th issue and the first in our third volume. Featured writers are Ryan Dull, Inez Tan, Kendra Fortmeyer, Craig… Continue reading

Free Reading Period

Our latest free reading period starts today and continues until mid-December. Our fall issue is all lined up (and due out next month), so we’re now reading for the winter issue and beyond. You… Continue reading