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'''Dark Dreams''' was a small press publication by David Cowperthwaite, Jeffrey Dempsey, and Mark Valentine.
'''Dark Dreams''' was a small press publication by David Cowperthwaite, Jeffrey Dempsey, and Mark Valentine.
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Subtitled "Macabre and Fantasy Fiction", ''Dark Dreams'' was a literary zine devoted to horror, supernatural and weird fiction, and was published in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Early issues were co-edited by david Cowperthwaite and mark Valentine, and later issues by David Cowperthwaite and Jeffrey Dempsey. Issues 2 and 3 were published in 1985, Issue 6 appeared in 1987, issue 7 in 1988, issue 8 in 1990, and issue 9, the last issue, in 1992.
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Subtitled "Macabre and Fantasy Fiction", ''Dark Dreams'' was a literary zine devoted to horror, supernatural and weird fiction, and was published in Liverpool, England, in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Early issues were co-edited by david Cowperthwaite and mark Valentine, and later issues by David Cowperthwaite and Jeffrey Dempsey. Issues 2 and 3 were published in 1985, with issue 5 coming in 1986, issue 6 in 1987, issue 7 in 1988, issue 8 in 1990, and issue 9, the last issue, in 1992.
Contributors of fiction include Graham Andrews, Chris Barnham, Peter Bayliss, Ruskin Bond, Russell Flinn, Malcolm Furnass, Dallas Clive Goffin, Peter A. Hough,  Nic Howard, Roger Johnson, Rick Kennett, A.F. Kidd ([[Picatrix]]), Joel Lane, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Alan J. Lear, David Malpass, Mark Morris, Geoffrey K. Nelson, Rosemary Pardoe ([[Ghosts & Scholars]]), as 'Mary Ann Allen', Donna R. Phillips, David Rowlands, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]), Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Derek Stanford, Steve Rasnic Tem, Mark Valentine, Ron Weighell, and Conrad Williams.
Contributors of fiction include Graham Andrews, Chris Barnham, Peter Bayliss, Ruskin Bond, Russell Flinn, Malcolm Furnass, Dallas Clive Goffin, Peter A. Hough,  Nic Howard, Roger Johnson, Rick Kennett, A.F. Kidd ([[Picatrix]]), Joel Lane, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Alan J. Lear, David Malpass, Mark Morris, Geoffrey K. Nelson, Rosemary Pardoe ([[Ghosts & Scholars]]), as 'Mary Ann Allen', Donna R. Phillips, David Rowlands, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]), Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Derek Stanford, Steve Rasnic Tem, Mark Valentine, Ron Weighell, and Conrad Williams.
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Revision as of 05:10, 17 April 2012

Dark Dreams was a small press publication by David Cowperthwaite, Jeffrey Dempsey, and Mark Valentine.

Subtitled "Macabre and Fantasy Fiction", Dark Dreams was a literary zine devoted to horror, supernatural and weird fiction, and was published in Liverpool, England, in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Early issues were co-edited by david Cowperthwaite and mark Valentine, and later issues by David Cowperthwaite and Jeffrey Dempsey. Issues 2 and 3 were published in 1985, with issue 5 coming in 1986, issue 6 in 1987, issue 7 in 1988, issue 8 in 1990, and issue 9, the last issue, in 1992.

Contributors of fiction include Graham Andrews, Chris Barnham, Peter Bayliss, Ruskin Bond, Russell Flinn, Malcolm Furnass, Dallas Clive Goffin, Peter A. Hough, Nic Howard, Roger Johnson, Rick Kennett, A.F. Kidd (Picatrix), Joel Lane, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Alan J. Lear, David Malpass, Mark Morris, Geoffrey K. Nelson, Rosemary Pardoe (Ghosts & Scholars), as 'Mary Ann Allen', Donna R. Phillips, David Rowlands, Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Fantasy Macabre), Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Derek Stanford, Steve Rasnic Tem, Mark Valentine, Ron Weighell, and Conrad Williams.

Poetry was contributed by Norman Boothroyd, Ramsey Campbell, Sharon Elton, Dwight E. Humphries, Dallas Clive Goffin, Felicia Hermans, Steven Hutchinson, David Johnstone, Dave Reeder, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, William Sharp as 'Fiona Macleod', Steve Sneyd, Derek Stanford, and T. winter-damon.

Contributions of cover art work came from Dallas Clive Goffin (Cover #6, #8), Jeffrey Salmon (cover #7), and Alan Hunter (cover #9).

Contributors of illustrations included Nicholas Blinko, Jon Bush, Dave Carson, Jim Garrison, Dallas Clive Goffin, Stella Hender, Alan Hunter, A.F. Kidd, Alfred Klosterman, Allen Koszowski, and Steve Skwarek.

Mark Valentine went on to publish the annual Aklo.

In 1990, David Cowperthwaite released the special one issue only publication, Transactions of the Doppelganger Society.

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