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Patrick Kill's body of work covers the gamut of dark humor, from satire to extreme to iconoclastic to insane, his imagination may be in the gutter, but his voice remains undeniably unique, as does his fiction to this very magazine. DarkFuse Magazine is the ONLY source where his collected work is showcased in Cult of Kill.

“The Smoker” (Cult of Kill #38)

The sky darkened as the bus made its way into the city. Steven Ford watched a shadow cross his magazine as the ocean of...

“Together At Last: An Old-Fashioned Children’s Story” (Cult of Kill #37)

Dick The Weiner Dog scratched himself as he gazed into the sunlit morning. Like usual, his master had gone to work early and left...

“Raise the Lord” (Cult of Kill #36)

It was on the sixth day of October that God was finally pronounced dead. Suddenly the entire world was watching the news. On a...

“Everyone’s Out To Get You, Mother Rucker” (Cult of Kill #35)

It all started one afternoon just after school was out. Mary Rucker, teacher at St. Robert’s Catholic School and better known to most of...

“Point of Interest” (Cult of Kill #34)

It would go down as the most hellish vacation in family history. James always hated family outings, especially cross-country ones. His father had mapped out...

“My Confession” (Cult of Kill #33)

Christ, I’m not sure if this is a smart thing to do since this story is now available for the whole world to see....

“Groundhog’s Day” (Cult of Kill #32)

So this is the day that all Midwesterners look forward to. After a long and hellish, cold-as-fuck winter, the groundhog awakens from a long...

“The Special Dish” (Cult of Kill #31)

Yin Su scrubbed the stranger’s table for the third time as the slender man stared, tapping his fingers against the plate. Out of the...

“Late Night On Maudlin Street”—The Erotikós Crossover (Cult of Kill #30)

Dreams are wicked things. I know they are more than subconscious filterings—they are messages and warnings sent from some other plane beyond our comprehension....

“Road Kill” (Cult of Kill #29)

The country road twisted through fields of corn and wheat, past old picturesque farmhouses and barns lodged between rolling hills decorated with cattle. Alone...
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