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Morpheus Tales #15

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The fifteenth issue preview of the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine!

Featuring fiction by Sean Logan, Lee Clark Zumpe, Adrian Ludens, Candra Hope, A.D. Barker, Ed Plotts, Ford Robinson, Glen Garrick, Matthew Piskun and Sheldon Bellegarde.

Read the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark".


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