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[[Image:Theater1.jpg‎|right|frame|'''A Theater of Blood'''<br/>Issue 3 1991<br/>Cover art by Dan Nielsen]]
 
'''A Theater of Blood''' was a small press magazine edited by C. Darren Butler and published by Pyx Press.
 
'''A Theater of Blood''' was a small press magazine edited by C. Darren Butler and published by Pyx Press.
  
C.Darren Butler of Orem, Utah, U.S.A., released this literary zine devoted to horror, weird fiction and poetry in the 1990s. Issue 4 appeared in Fall/Winter 1992. Issue 5 was released in Spring 1994.
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C.Darren Butler of Orem, Utah, U.S.A., released this literary zine devoted to horror, weird fiction and poetry in the 1990s. Issue 3 appeared in 1991, issue 4 in Fall/Winter 1992, and issue 5 was released in Spring 1994.
  
Cover art was by Cathy Buburuz (#4), Dan Nielsen (#3), and Blair Wilson (#5).  
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Cover art was by Dan Nielsen (#3), [[Cathy Buburuz]] ([[Champagne Horror]]) (#4), and Blair Wilson (#5).  
  
Contributors of fiction included William Bunce, Alan Catlin, Keith Allen Daniels, J.W. Donnelly, Brian Evenson, Holly Day, Pat Graversen, Samantha Henderson, [[D.F. Lewis]], Chris Magee, Robert Nagler, John Piwarski, Charles M. Sapllakm Richard Sharpless, and Adam Thornton ([[Lost]]), Kelly Washbourne,  and Matthew Wills.  
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Contributors of fiction included William Bunce, Alan Catlin, Keith Allen Daniels, J.W. Donnelly, Brian Evenson, Holly Day, Pat Graversen, Samantha Henderson, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Chris Magee, Robert Nagler, John Piwarski, Charles M. Saplak, Richard Sharpless, Adam Thornton ([[Lost]]), Kelly Washbourne,  and Matthew Wills.  
  
 
Contributors of poetry included Denise Dumars, Michael Estabrook, Taylor Graham, Joan Austin Geier, John Grey, Lisa S. Laurencot, Gregory L. Norris, Joy Oestreicher, William E. Passera, Simon Perchik, Androula Pistolas, John B. Rosenman, Ann K. Schwader, Chris Tannlund, William Jon Watkins,  and Paul Weinman.
 
Contributors of poetry included Denise Dumars, Michael Estabrook, Taylor Graham, Joan Austin Geier, John Grey, Lisa S. Laurencot, Gregory L. Norris, Joy Oestreicher, William E. Passera, Simon Perchik, Androula Pistolas, John B. Rosenman, Ann K. Schwader, Chris Tannlund, William Jon Watkins,  and Paul Weinman.
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C. Darren Butler also co-published, with Julie Thomas,  the small press magazine [[Magic Realism]].
 
C. Darren Butler also co-published, with Julie Thomas,  the small press magazine [[Magic Realism]].
  
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Latest revision as of 19:20, 7 January 2012

A Theater of Blood
Issue 3 1991
Cover art by Dan Nielsen

A Theater of Blood was a small press magazine edited by C. Darren Butler and published by Pyx Press.

C.Darren Butler of Orem, Utah, U.S.A., released this literary zine devoted to horror, weird fiction and poetry in the 1990s. Issue 3 appeared in 1991, issue 4 in Fall/Winter 1992, and issue 5 was released in Spring 1994.

Cover art was by Dan Nielsen (#3), Cathy Buburuz (Champagne Horror) (#4), and Blair Wilson (#5).

Contributors of fiction included William Bunce, Alan Catlin, Keith Allen Daniels, J.W. Donnelly, Brian Evenson, Holly Day, Pat Graversen, Samantha Henderson, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Chris Magee, Robert Nagler, John Piwarski, Charles M. Saplak, Richard Sharpless, Adam Thornton (Lost), Kelly Washbourne, and Matthew Wills.

Contributors of poetry included Denise Dumars, Michael Estabrook, Taylor Graham, Joan Austin Geier, John Grey, Lisa S. Laurencot, Gregory L. Norris, Joy Oestreicher, William E. Passera, Simon Perchik, Androula Pistolas, John B. Rosenman, Ann K. Schwader, Chris Tannlund, William Jon Watkins, and Paul Weinman.

C. Darren Butler also co-published, with Julie Thomas, the small press magazine Magic Realism.