Black Poppy Review is a literary journal featuring free verse poetry, flash fiction, mini-chapbook collections, and book reviews of a darker nature. We want work that lingers and haunts. Send us horror, paranormal, gothic, ghosts, hauntings, dark fairy tales, the unknown, and the everyday observed through a dark lens.
Black Poppy Review publishes work periodically throughout the year.
About the Editor:
Sandy Benitez writes poetry and fiction. Her latest poetry chapbook, Cherry Blossom Days, was published by Flutter Press in March 2017. Sandy's been published in over 135 print and online literary journals since 2006. She's also authored five poetry chapbooks and has been published in four anthologies.
Sandy writes dark fiction under the pen name Sandra Hiss. Her recent paranormal novelette, The Haunting of Meredith, was published August 2017 and is available on Amazon Kindle. Her first novel, a gothic fantasy, The Rosegiver, was published in February 2016. Sandy's always been intrigued by the paranormal, haunted houses, ancient cemeteries, forests, gardens, and abandoned buildings. She currently resides in Southern California with her husband and two children.