The Gallery of Worlds is Lantern Hollow Press’ quarterly eZine packed with content from our authors and artists! Every issue is features original, exciting stories and art from various genres including light fantasy, dark fantasy, science fiction, fairy tale, and more!
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In the mood for something darker?
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NOTE: Some content is not suitable for younger children
(Want to know how and why we feature horror once a year? See below.*)
The Gallery of Worlds:
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*The simple fact is that darkness, evil, and even horror are a part of everyone’s life in this world–the Christian not the least of these if historical persecution is any indication. We gain nothing by pretending otherwise. Further, it is often in the darkest moment that people can best understand the light because, perhaps for the first time, they see the true contrast between it and the night. Therefore, it isn’t simple darkness and horror that Christians should avoid. Instead, it is the glorification of it. As C. S. Lewis’s said:
Let there be wicked kings and beheadings, battles and dungeons, giants and dragons, and let villains be soundly killed at the end of the book.–“On Three Ways of Writing for Children”
Not all of our stories in our All Hallows’ Eve eZines are appropriate for children, but we strive to present them in the light that Lewis mentions–by showing the what embracing the darkness means for an individual and the consequences of ignoring God truly are. This is all in an attempt, not to glorify it, but to point to a brighter, better answer to the problems we all face.