Grimdark Magazine Issue #32 is here, featuring Polansky, Reid, Bacigalupi, and Dalglish

Last Updated on November 26, 2022

After a two month run-in with the Kindle publishing team, we are finally LIVE! I’ve just been dying to get this out to you. It’s Beth Tabler’s first issue in complete control of Grimdark Magazine’s quarterly publication, and she has completely smashed this issue. I can’t wait for you to read it!

GdM #32 cover reveal

Based on Daniel Polansky’s Sticks and Stones Carlos Diaz has absolutely fucking smoked this cover! For Beth’s first issue, it probably has one of my favourite covers we’ve published.

This issue’s lineup

Grimdark Magazine presents the darker, grittier side of fantasy and science fiction. Each quarterly issue features established and new authors to take you through their hard-bitten worlds alongside articles, reviews and interviews. Our stories are grim, our worlds are dark and our morally grey protagonists and anti-heroes light the way with bloody stories of war, betrayal and action.

FICTION

  • Snow White, Green Mantle by Jude Reid
  • Baby Teeth by Lina Rather
  • Pop Squad by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • A Place Where Stars Should Not Be by David Dalglish
  • Sticks and Stones by Daniel Polansky

NON-FICTION

  • An Interview with James J. Butcher
  • Men and Monsters by Aaron S. Jones
  • Review: The Two Doctors Górski by Isaac Fellman
  • An Interview with Gourav Mohanty
  • Review: The Golden Enclaves by Naomi Novik
  • A Future Without Fiction: Dragons and Books Bans by Jason (David Wong) Pargin
  • An Interview with Dyrk Ashton
  • Review: A Gamble of Gods by Mitriel Faywood

Subscribers

For our loyal and wonderful Patreon subscribers, please refer to our Patreon post here to download your issue release files in mobi, ePub, and PDF.

Read Grimdark Magazine Issue #32

Prefer PDF or ePub? Purchase from our webstore, here.

Share this
Adrian Collins

Adrian Collins

Adrian Collins runs Grimdark Magazine and loves anything to do with telling darker stories. Doesn't matter the format, or when it was published or produced--just give him a grim story told in a dark world by a morally grey protagonist and this bloke's in his happy place. Add in a barrel aged stout to sip on after a cheeky body surf under the Australian sun, and that's his heaven.