MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — An English instructor at Minnesota State University instructor has produced a literary magazine that focuses on the horror genre.
Colin Scharf teamed up with a fellow writer based in Colorado to release “Spooklights,” which was published in August. The publication features nine short stories, including one by Scharf, based on horror and supernatural fiction. Two of the other stories were written by his partner, Jon Raab, whom he went to middle school with. The other submissions were submitted through social media.READ MORE: Russell, Towns Lead Wolves To Rare Win At Milwaukee
Scharf says the things that scare people often contain the same elements that make for great stories.READ MORE: Whitecaps Jump To 5th Place With 2-0 Win Over Loons
The pair hopes to release a second volume in the spring.MORE NEWS: 'We Do Have It Handled': Amazon's Shakopee Fulfillment Center Preps For Holiday Shopping Surge
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