NECRONOMICUM is a triannual electronic magazine publication, available in multiple formats (ebooks and occasionally print) from Martian Migraine Press. NECRONOMICUM features weird and erotic fiction, poetry and essays. ditors: Justine Geoffrey (Blackstone Erotica) and Scott R Jones (When The Stars Are Right).
NECRONOMICUM is stylish, horrific, transgressive erotica with a more-than-liberal seasoning of weird. These are explorations of human (and non-human) sexuality with a wide emotional range. Expose yourself to a literature of desire as seen through the distorting angles of a dangerous mystic gemstone; tales of transcendence, of transforming lust, of the joys (and costs) that come from dabbling with demons and the dark arts, of getting it on with grim god-things. These stories have a necessarily Lovecraftian inspiration but go beyond mere “tentacle sex”, really getting down to the throbbing multi-dimensional heart of Mythos fiction: that there are things humans are not meant to know, and knowing them can be deadly. Or, in the case of NECRONOMICUM, deadly sexy.
NECRONOMICUM #1 (October 2014) is now available in multiple electronic formats. With stories by Christine Morgan, Sean Hoade, Jessica McHugh, Konstantine Paradias, and the legendary Ramsey Campbell; as well as poetry from Pattie Palmer-Baker and Richard King Perkins II, and a special essay by Bobby Derie, author of ‘Sex and the Cthulhu Mythos’.
NECRONOMICUM #2 (February 2015) is now available in multiple electronic formats. With stories by Rose Banks, Julian Darius, Gary Budgen, and Paul St John Mackintosh and others; as well as poetry from Alice Renard and K. A. Opperman, this issue is packed with weird chills and stranger thrills.
NECRONOMICUM #3 (July 2015) is now available in multiple electronic formats. With stories by Moxie Marcus, Kurt Newton, Alice Renard, Roger Leatherwood, and others; as well as poetry from K. A. Opperman and Clare Castleberry, this issue is loaded with strange sex and stranger horrors.
NECRONOMICUM #4 (October 2015) is now available in multiple electronic formats. With stories by Brian M. Sammons, M. Justine Gerard, Daividh Eideard Mitchell , Lynx Canon, and others; as well as poetry from Senia Hardwick and Ashley Dioses, this issue is loaded with everything that makes Sex and Horror FUN!