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The Crow's Quill Magazine: The Final Issue

The Crow's Quill Magazine: The Final Issue

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The Crow's Quill is a literary magazine designed to showcase the talent of authors within the independent community. Our monthly releases explore different themes within the framework of the Gothic genre. Reflecting our Quill & Crow mission to maintain the integrity of independent literature, these stories invite other genres, such as fantasy, horror, and literary fiction, into the fold.

November's theme is 'Darkest Endings' and features contributions by Jacob Steven Mohr, Amanda M. Blake, Piper L. White, Alexander Michael, Akis Linardos, and Melissa Coffey.


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Author Cassandra L. Thompson

Gothic horror writer and occasional dark goddess, Cassandra L. Thompson has been creating stories since she got her grubby little hands around a pen. When she is not busy managing a house full of feral children (human and canine), you can find her wandering around cemeteries, taking pictures of abandoned things, or in the library doing research on her latest obsession. She has a B.A. in History and a MLIS, but she ignores her degrees to write and run Quill & Crow Publishing House, both of which require copious amounts of coffee and Crows.

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Damon Barret Roe

Damon Barret Roe is the pen name for a 30-something author obsessed with all things horrific and fantastic. She works for Quill & Crow Publishing House as an associate editor and is the lead editor on the gothic literature e-zine, 'The Crow's Quill.'

Damon is Latin American but was raised all over the world in a multicultural home. She channels this upbringing and her queer orientation in her writing, focusing on themes of equality and oppression.

Also, she really likes swearing.

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