Blood Roses: A Journal of Dread

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Contributors of poetry included Carl Brennan, Kenneth J.P. Drysdale, Sergio Gabriel, Dora Kane,  Jeffrey A. Katt, Simon Logan,  Lloyd Michael Lohr, H. Lynn, Markus, Joseph W. Miles, Selena Morris, Fiona O'Neill, Terrie Relf, Lewis Sanders, Star, Jayne Stark, and Victoria Tarrani.   
Contributors of poetry included Carl Brennan, Kenneth J.P. Drysdale, Sergio Gabriel, Dora Kane,  Jeffrey A. Katt, Simon Logan,  Lloyd Michael Lohr, H. Lynn, Markus, Joseph W. Miles, Selena Morris, Fiona O'Neill, Terrie Relf, Lewis Sanders, Star, Jayne Stark, and Victoria Tarrani.   
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Contributors of artwork included James L. Hartley, who did the cover for all three issues. .
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Contributors of artwork included James L. Hartley, who did the cover for all three issues.  
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Blood Roses: A Journal of Dread Issue 3 Cover art by James L. Hartley 2001
Blood Roses: A Journal of Dread Issue 3 Cover art by James L. Hartley 2001

Blood Roses: A Journal of Dread was a literary horror journal edited by Doris Pearson and published by Henry L. Sanders in Jackson, Tennessee, U.S.A.

Blood Roses: A Journal of Dread, was first published in 2000, the result of an amalgamation of four earlier small press publications: Zombie Horrors, Blood Coven, A Coven of Ghouls, and Eaters of the Dead. Issue 2 was released Hallowe'en 2000. Issue 3 was published in 2001.

Contributors of fiction included Katherine Deavers, Suzanne Donahue, Andree Gendron, Jean Harmon, Christine L. James, Jeffrey S. Katt, Brian Knight, D.F. Lewis, Phillip Lloyd, Larry Sells, Jayne Stark, and K.A. Williams.

Contributors of poetry included Carl Brennan, Kenneth J.P. Drysdale, Sergio Gabriel, Dora Kane, Jeffrey A. Katt, Simon Logan, Lloyd Michael Lohr, H. Lynn, Markus, Joseph W. Miles, Selena Morris, Fiona O'Neill, Terrie Relf, Lewis Sanders, Star, Jayne Stark, and Victoria Tarrani.

Contributors of artwork included James L. Hartley, who did the cover for all three issues.

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