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R. K. Duncan writes about fairies, ghosts, and melancholy from a ramshackle apartment in Philadelphia, supported by an inflated ego and his saintly fiancee. In the absence of the expected cats, he lavishes his attention on cast-iron cookware and expensive German knives. Before writing, he studied Linguistics and Philosophy at Haverford college. He wanted to be a wizard when he grew up, and this has not changed.
Published Dec 1, 2019 · 8,408 words (31 minutes) · 35 views
Navid is a bone-diver, and he will risk body and soul in the black river for a chance to lift his family to wealth and security beyond their trade.
Published Nov 4, 2019 · 3,474 words (13 minutes) · 100 views
Luther is going to be a real Enthusiast someday, no matter how many people he has to kill and add to his guitar.
Published Nov 4, 2019 · 5,984 words (22 minutes) · 70 views
Alssia and Idris must venture into the Demon Wastes to capture a new god for the city, but will she lose him again, forever this time, when he binds himself to the new god?