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James Cain R.

Publisher

Dark Animus

HQ Phone:

Dark Animus

P.O. Box 750

Katoomba, New South Wales 2780

Australia

Company Description

Dark Animus is a small press publication created to support the work of emerging writers, poets and artists in Australia and overseas. We do not publish interviews and our book reviews are only published online. The web space is used in support of people ... more

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Employment History

Editor
Dark Animus

Editor
The Small Press

Editor
The Small Press

Editor
Ruthie's Club

Senior Writer
ebizChronicle.com

Affiliations

Founding Member
Australian Horror Writers Association

Web References (64 Total References)


Graham Masterton - The Official Site: News

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James Cain, publisher of the Australian-based horror magazine Dark Animus has brought out Issue #2, with Graham's story 'Lolicia' as its cover story.


Graham Masterton - The Official Site: News

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James Cain, publisher of the Australian-based horror magazine Dark Animus has brought out Issue #2, with Graham's story 'Lolicia' as its cover story.


Australian Horror Writers Association :: Articles

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James Cain, editor of the gritty Dark Animus knows a good story.

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Dark Animus's James Cain explains, "Once a tale is accepted, I contact the writer and confirm his details and the availability of the tale (just in case they have changed their mind).
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James Cain also edits the tale, but he keeps those edits to a minimum (usually grammatical). "If extensive editing is required," he explains, "I'll give these to the author to approve."
And Ion Newcombe also requires approval prior to publication. "Most writers are happy tp run with suggested edits," he says, "some suggest further edits, or for changes back to the original, many praise the editing as an improvement.
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"I would be wary of sites that hold on to your rights for whatever reason or which prohibit you from republishing your tale for an extended period of time," James elaborates, "Unless you receive appropriate remuneration."
He goes on, "We buy the right to publish the tale once and then rights return to the writer.
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The creator would like to extend a huge thanks to those that helped, particularly James Cain, Ion Newcombe, Angela Challis and Cat Sparks.
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If any editors are looking for a young, energetic, passionate cadet journalist e-mail Jamie at jlcooper@etelecom.com.au


Australian Horror Writers Association :: Articles

australianhorror.com [cached]

James Cain, editor of the gritty Dark Animus knows a good story.

...
Dark Animus's James Cain explains, "Once a tale is accepted, I contact the writer and confirm his details and the availability of the tale (just in case they have changed their mind).
...
James Cain also edits the tale, but he keeps those edits to a minimum (usually grammatical). "If extensive editing is required," he explains, "I'll give these to the author to approve."
And Ion Newcombe also requires approval prior to publication. "Most writers are happy tp run with suggested edits," he says, "some suggest further edits, or for changes back to the original, many praise the editing as an improvement.
...
"I would be wary of sites that hold on to your rights for whatever reason or which prohibit you from republishing your tale for an extended period of time," James elaborates, "Unless you receive appropriate remuneration."
He goes on, "We buy the right to publish the tale once and then rights return to the writer.
...
The creator would like to extend a huge thanks to those that helped, particularly James Cain, Ion Newcombe, Angela Challis and Cat Sparks.
...
If any editors are looking for a young, energetic, passionate cadet journalist e-mail Jamie at jlcooper@etelecom.com.au


Dark Animus Reader's Raves

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Dark Animus is a new Australian independent press horror 'zine put together by James Cain, who lives in Sydney's Blue Mountain district.

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Although Dark Animus' editor James Cain says in his editorial that he is after stories that defy genre, the sense of inevitability and "things beyond human ken" makes me want to place this story firmly into the horror genre - and it's full of the kind of gross-out moments every inventive horror story should have. Good stuff.
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"Hey James, great first issue!
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The only ones that grabbed me were the artists Nathan Brown and James R Cain -- and that ain't an arselick. (Though Bev Grazier's piece was okay). .... Great cover from Les, goes without saying really.
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All in all, Jamie, a really wonderful mag. You should be very proud. I am. And who's this Tim Curran guy? Now he's good. I got so excited reading his story that I wanted to rush out and have sex with him...then I realized I was him, so I did just that...Great Job!"

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