Logan Noble

Logan Noble writes horror, science fiction, and fantasy short stories. He does so one weird word at a time.

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Logan Noble is a horror and science fiction writer who lives in Ohio with his wife and his two dogs. His short stories have appeared in a number of anthologies and magazines, including Pickman’s Gallery, Miskatonic Dreams, Déraciné Magazine, and Sanitarium Magazine. He is the writer of the horror slasher screenplay Hunter. Also, please check out my Amazon page or follow me on either of my social media accounts for more day to day minutia (Twitter& Instagram, both @logan_noble & @logannobleauthor).

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A Slice for Delilah

Published Nov 22, 2020 · 2,062 words (8 minutes) · 215 views

Horror food weird Horror Writing Birthday

Happy Thanksgiving! As you dig into dessert, how about a cake filled-horror story? Delilah hates her birthday, so she will be spending it alone in a beautiful suite. But there is something out there that won’t let that happen...




Halloween Freaks

Published Oct 16, 2019 · 741 words (3 minutes) · 347 views

Horror halloween supernatural haunting

Every Halloween, visitors come to Packard Street. The residents hide in their houses and cower from the unholy lights. Will you come to Packard Street? Will you meet the Halloween Freaks?




Abnormality at Z33.1

Published Mar 7, 2019 · 868 words (4 minutes) · 911 views

Horror Science Fiction Lovecraft Lovecraftian creepy Cosmic weird fiction space Sci-Fi Horror

U.S. Corp Station Z33.1 is the last inhabited station in explored space. Doctor Kent Warner has spent four years aboard, researching a strange abnormality... These are his conclusions.


This image shows part of the Milky Way viewed from Tofino in British Columbia. Total exposure of 210 seconds with image stacking and dark frames. The Andromeda galaxy can just be seen on the lower left edge. The bright star in the upper centre is Deneb, in the Cygnus constellation. Just below it you can see the red glow of the North American and the Pelican nebulas. To Deneb’s right the Inchworm Cluster is visible. The bright star well over to Deneb’s left is the Garnet Star and next to it the Elephant’s Trunk nebula can be seen.