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Are you bored with the same old horror magazine? Do you crave the terrifying and unusual? Then you came to the right place! Asylum Ink has looked into the darkest corners of the world, to bring you the most ghastly and hideous collection of things that should never have been seen! Join Asylum Ink Magazine in the unrelenting search for terror!


  • SHOCK THERAPY (Random bits of goodness): They pave the way with their obsessions.
  • PATIENT SCREENINGS (Movie reviews): Curb violent tendencies with a look into horror cinema.
  • CLINICAL TRIALS (Comic books): Laugh or cry, but these tales will ensure you get committed.
  • FEATURED PATIENT (Artist galleries): Your retinas will burn at the sights you will behold.
  • ISOLATION WARD (Prose stories): Tales too disturbing for the outside world.
  • SELF MEDICATION (Drink recipes): Drinks of the Asylum used to quiet the voices.
  • ACUSTIC THERAPY (Spotlighted music): Eardrums burst after sampling these audio treats.
  • CONFISCATED ITEMS (3 dimensional art): Objects of beauty & uniqueness that have no home.



Our unique approach allows for flexibility and variety, exploiting the advantages of both the internet and physically distributed media. This page represents both our website and our physical method of distribution.


Advertisements are published alongside the regularly posted content and cross promoted on our social media network to maximize exposure.


Please contact Stacy Moser if you have any questions or if you would like to discuss our advertising options for you in greater detail. Rates start at only $10 and include unlimited text or images that you supply, or our in-house staff can quote their design services if you prefer.


Our publications appeal primarily to 18-36 year olds, attracting thousands of readers through both internet and physically distributed CD’s. Our goal is to make advertising as painless as possible for you and as enjoyable and captivating as possible for our audience.

Sex  %
Female 5.4
Male 28.6
Age %
18-24 25.6
25-34 14.3
35-44 19.6
45-54 14.3
55-64 8.9
65 and Older 5.7
Race %
African American (black) 3.6
Caucasian (white) 19.6
Did not answer 76.8
Education Status %
None 12.5
Student 3.6
Professional Continuing Education 7.1
Did not answer 76.8
Level of Education %
College Junior 5.4
College Graduate 12.5
Post-Graduate 5.4
Did not answer 76.8
Income %
Less than $24,999 7.1
$25,000 to $34,999 1.8
$35,000 to $49,999 3.6
$50,000 to $74,999 3.6
$75,000 to $99,999 1.8
$100,000 to $149,999 1.8
Did not answer 80.4
Hobbies (top 8)* %
Computers / Internet 17.9
Movies 14.3
Listening to Music 10.7
Board Games 8.9
Do It Yourself 8.9
Hobbies (top 8)* %
Reading 8.9
Dining 7.1
Outdoor Activities 7.1
View Pref (top 8)* %
Science fiction 19.6
Cartoons / Anime 17.9
Educational 16.1
Movies 14.3
News 12.5
Arts and Theater 10.7
Documentaries 8.9
Dramas 8.9
Listening Pref (top 8)* %
Classical 16.1
Rock 14.3
Alternative 12.5
World 8.9
Jazz 7.1
New Age 7.1
Dance 5.4
Electronic 5.4
Food Pref (top 8)* %
Beef / Steak 14.3
Italian 14.3
Asian 12.5
Burger / Hot Dogs 12.5
Deli / Sandwiches 12.5
Mexican 12.5
Pizza 12.5
Bagels / Breads 10.7
Drink Pref (top 8)* %
Coffee / Tea 17.9
Juice / Fruit Drinks 10.7
Soft Drinks 7.1
Alcoholic Beverages 5.4
Bottled Water 5.4
Milk 5.4
Sports / Energy Drinks 3.6
* Readers may select multiple preferences, resulting in percentages which do not total 100%.

6 thoughts on “INSIDE THE ASYLUM

  1. My friend and I have coauthored a horror/thriller novel entitled “Shutterbug”. We would like to submit it to you. Are novels okay to submit, and if so, would we submit the entire manuscript to you?

    • We accept all forms of literature and art with a dark or macabre bent. For something long form, ideally it should be broken into parts, nothing crazy, but 2-4 depending on length and natural breaks in the story.

  2. I submitted something to the Asylum nearly two years ago with no response on acceptance, rejection, or if the story had been received at all. The title is “Public Restrooms”. Kind of gave up any expectations on it, but I was wondering what happened with it.

    • We’ve had a number of issues but are planning a reboot shortly. If you are still interested in seeing it published, Please resend. I have your query on file but not the actual submission I’m afraid. I apologize for the inconvenience.

  3. I sent a story for consideration to be published on Sept 16 2015 and just am wondering about the status. The name is Johnny Morrison and the name of the story is Red Angel.

    Thank You

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