Grim Magazine


Grim Magazine is the first publishing project by Anatomy of a Scream. Grim is a digital and print magazine that aims to showcase the voices of women and LGBTQ+ writers and creators. Every issue features essays, reviews, analyses, interviews, and short fiction contributed by a variety of talented and enthusiastic writers.

Issues are released February 1st, June 1st, and October 1st. Visit our Indiegogo page from 6 weeks prior to publication up until around 3 weeks prior in order to pre-order your print copy!

Grim No.1 – Cinematic Witches Free digital download.  Order your print copy here.

Grim No.2 – Mascara & Machetes Free digital download.  Order your print copy here.

Grim No.3 – Ghost Worlds  Free digital download. Order your print copy here.


How can I pitch a piece for a future issue, place a free spooky classified ad, or send in a question for Grim’s resident advice columnist?

Reach us through our Contact Form!

How can I become a Platinum, Gold, Silver, or Bronze level sponsor, or run an ad in Grim?  

Connect through our Contact Form and we will send you information about our Sponsorship packages and ad rates. They’re probably less expensive than you think, and sponsorship comes with perks!

Is there a way to subscribe to the magazine?

We’re looking at subscription options for the future. In the meantime, you can support Grim by pre-ordering print issues via our Indiegogo page and receiving some fun perks! The pre-order options are available approximately 6 weeks prior to the release of each issue up until 2-3 weeks prior.

How else can I help support the magazine?

Word of mouth is always appreciated! Encourage your friends to check out our digital issues (or print if they prefer the tactile route!) Share links to our digital issues on social media, post pics of your print issues, give us shout-outs — there are a ton of ways to show Grim love, and we appreciate all of them! ❤

Can I follow Grim on social media?

You sure can! We have a Grim twitter account: @thisisgrimmag (and follow @aoas_xx while you’re at it!)

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