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Nightmare Magazine, October 2012 by John Joseph Adams1
Nightmare Magazine, November 2012 by John Joseph Adams2
Nightmare Magazine, December 2012 by John Joseph Adams3
Nightmare Magazine, January 2013 by John Joseph Adams4
Nightmare Magazine, February 2013 by John Joseph Adams5
Nightmare Magazine, March 2013 by John Joseph Adams6
Nightmare Magazine, April 2013 by John Joseph Adams7
Nightmare Magazine, May 2013 by John Joseph Adams8
Nightmare Magazine, June 2013 by John Joseph Adams9
Nightmare Magazine, July 2013 by John Joseph Adams10
Nightmare Magazine, August 2013 by John Joseph Adams11
Nightmare Magazine, September 2013 by John Joseph Adams12
Nightmare Magazine, October 2013 by John Joseph Adams13
Nightmare Magazine, November 2013 by John Joseph Adams14
Nightmare Magazine, December 2013 by John Joseph Adams15
Nightmare Magazine: 2013 Original Fiction for Award Consideration by John Joseph Adams15.5
Nightmare Magazine, January 2014 by Nightmare Magazine16
Nightmare Magazine, February 2014 by John Joseph Adams17
Nightmare Magazine, March 2014 by John Joseph Adams18
Nightmare Magazine, April 2014 by John Joseph Adams19
Nightmare Magazine, May 2014 by John Joseph Adams20
Nightmare Magazine, June 2014 by John Joseph Adams21
Nightmare Magazine, July 2014 by John Joseph Adams22
Nightmare Magazine, August 2014 by John Joseph Adams23
Nightmare Magazine, September 2014 by John Joseph Adams24
Nightmare Magazine, October 2014 (Women Destroy Horror! special issue) by Ellen Datlow25
Nightmare Magazine, November 2014 by John Joseph Adams26
Nightmare Magazine, December 2014 by John Joseph Adams27
Nightmare Magazine, January 2015 by Nightmare Magazine28
Nightmare Magazine, February 2015 by John Joseph Adams29
Nightmare Magazine, March 2015 by Nightmare Magazine30
Nightmare Magazine, April 2015 by John Joseph Adams31
Nightmare Magazine, May 2015 by John Joseph Adams32
Nightmare Magazine, June 2015 by John Joseph Adams33
Nightmare Magazine, July 2015 by Nightmare Magazine34
Nightmare Magazine, August 2015 by John Joseph Adams35
Nightmare Magazine, September 2015 by Nightmare Magazine36
Nightmare Magazine, October 2015 (Queers Destroy Horror! special issue) (Volume 37) by Wendy N. Wagner37
Nightmare Magazine, November 2015 by John Joseph Adams38
Nightmare Magazine, December 2015 by John Joseph Adams39
Nightmare Magazine, January 2016 by John Joseph Adams40
Nightmare Magazine, February 2016 by John Joseph Adams41
Nightmare Magazine, October 2016 by Nightmare Magazine49

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