Ye Readers and Writers:   Given the looming arrival of the holiday closest to our hearts, Issue #7 concludes with a bonus sixth story.  John Goss’ LAST HALLOWEEN should bring a chill and maybe a nostalgic lump in the throat to anyone who ever used drug store vampire blood, air plane glue and wax lips to jerry-rig a down and dirty, fiend face.   Step back to those pimply years of basement spook houses with grapes standing in for floating eye balls and 12-minute Castle Films snaking through 8 MM Bell & Howell projectors.  And don’t bogart the candy corn!