Frequently Asked Questions
Magazine Size - 8.5 x 11 inches
Printed offset, CMYK, 150 line (300 dpi)
Standard Ad Sizes (Bleed)
Bleeds trim 1/8” (0.125) on all bleed sides
Keep live images & text 1/4” (0.25”) inside all trim areas
Full Page (including bleed)................... 8.5” x 11.062”
Trim size is 8.25” x 10.8125” - max live area is 7.75” x 10.3125”
Half Page, vert. (including bleed).......4.125” x 11.062”
Trim is 0.125 on top, bottom, & one side
Half Page, horz. (including bleed)..............8.5” x 5.40”
Trim is 0.125 on both sides & top or bottom
Third Page vert. (including bleed)........2.85” x 11.062”
Trim is 0.125 on top, bottom & one side
Printed offset, CMYK, 150 line (300 dpi)
The pricing right now at least for this first year is tied into our kickstarter prizes. You can get a quarter page ad & a 1 year print subscription for $150 and the ad gets placed into each issue for an entire year, not for one issue. Then $200 same deal for half a page, and $250 same deal for a full page.Last updated:
We are a brand new quarterly magazine available nationwide in print and digital format. Because we are in the fortunate position of doing a kickstarter we have a guaranteed built in loyal audience right from the start. Already we have people from all throughout the US, UK and Canada contributing to our kickstarter and getting on our waiting list for subscriptions. We have big name backers and supporters already of the magazine like artists Chet Zar, Devon Deveraux, J.K. Woodward, and director Fred Olen Ray, just to name a few.Last updated:
Dead Bettie (Deanna Uutela) -- Editor-in-Scare aka “The Bitch that Cracks the Whip”; --Deanna’s background is in Journalism and she has written for and edited several magazines, newspapers, websites, and alt-weeklies—both horror related and non-horror related. She has had a love affair with horror since a tween when she first read The Night Shift by Stephen King. She has owned & operated a horror based modeling/promotional group for almost four years and she works daily with conventions, businesses, artists, etc. to keep classic horror alive and relevant.
Lauren Ghouls (Lauren Jewels) -- Manager of Nightmares & Writer of Fears, focusing on horror entertainment from celebs to burlesque and everything sexy & gooey in between. --Besides being a talented alt & horror model, Lauren is working on her own horror novel and a children’s book. She has a background writing for magazines, which has given her the chance to meet some pretty amazing horror and sci-fi celebs thus far in her life.
Shadow Walker (Gary Castleberry) -- Marketer of Deadly Delights & our Nosferatu of Networking; --Gary is a wonderful musician, friend, confidant, and a mentor to us all here at Living Dead Magazine. He genuinely loves and supports all horror artists and believes whole heartedly in our wish to promote and honor old-school horror in a beautiful, relevant way. Because of his amazing horror contacts and ability to get an interview out of someone as huge as Julie Adams just blows me away. He is a huge reason this magazine is a success thus far.
The Hot Rod of Horror (Devon Devereaux) -- Creative Directerror –Devon Devereaux has taken over to oversee the entire layout and design of the magazine. He is the artist for The Littlest Bitch, written by David Quinn, published by Sellers Books. He has a client list that includes Disney, Slave Labor Graphics, Portland Mercury, Willamette Week, Bee Int., Graphic Classics, Laughing Squid, and the HP Lovecraft Film Festival. He has shown in galleries all over the world including Los Angeles to Osaka, Japan. In 2013, Devon is releasing "Tales of Hot Rod Horror Vol. 2" with a variety of talented creators. Devon is also completeing "Josh Lobster & The Mystery of Aqua Park" with Chris Reilly and Triptych with Adam Gallardo.
Suspiria Banshee (Jessica Humphrey) -- Assistant of Massacres & a Slave to the Terror; --Jessica is our fun loving horror, mystery, and gamer geek. She is also a wonderful graphic designer and photographer. She will be assisting James our Creative Director in our mission to make every issue as mind blowingly awesome as possible.
Reverend Jeff Jugular (Jeff Dean) -- Gospel of Gore: Preaching About Horror Movies Good & Bad; Join Reverend Jeff Jugular as he praises the virtues of living a life filled with subversive cinema. He will help cleanse your soul of the boring mega-plex madness by suggesting the very best (and worst) in horror cinema.
Killer Geek Chic (Erin Kerley) -- Covering Killer Fashion From Around the World; --Erin Kerley is our fashion writer here at Living Dead Magazine. She loves all things geek and 80s and thinks fashion should be fun. She designs her own shirts and clothing and tries to bring both a cutting edge and retro feel to each design.Her favorite movie is Lost Boys and she firmly believes all vampires should be played by a Jack Bauer look like.
R.I. Psycho (Danny Ferbert) --The Arch Angel of Artists and our Guy Who Does It All; --Danny is a big fan of horror. From Neil Gaiman to H.P. Lovecraft. From Frankenstein to the Shining. From Hitchcock to
Llyod Kaufman. He loves horror, usually the more over the top the better. Danny will be covering horror artists from fx makeup artists to painters and tattooers. He knows his stuff when it comes to the best.
Sally Nightmare (Chelsea Kay Bowman) -- Our on set stylist & Murderess of Makeup --Chelsea might look sweet and might even sound it (she does have a background interning for Disney), but inside she loves the dark and twisted just like the rest of us, and she will be there to style, bloody, and perfect our photoshoots from issue to issue; as well as interviewing the pros around the world as part of her column.
Forestpunk (Jason Simpson) -- The Expert of Things That Go Bump in the Night: Covering Haunted Happenings & Horror Related Myths and Urban Legends --J. Simpson, aka Forestpunk, the master of the macabre, the doctorate of darkness, spends his days soaking in white noise and black magik, so he might as well write about it. Dangerously obsessed with the unknown, the occult and the supernatural. He spends every waking moment investigating Horror and its cultural ramifications.
(not pictured) Lemarchand (Tim Attuquayefio ) -- The Villain of Reviews Covering Horror Comics & Books Tim has had a love of horror since his childhood and has seen a substantial amount of movies (25K+, a good amount of those horror, sci-fi and fantasy) and he loves reading both books and comics of all horror and sci-fi genres. He is a skilled writer who is excited to unveil all of the wonderfully dark comics and books there are for the horror community to enjoy.Last updated:
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