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H.L. Fullerton writes fiction—mostly speculative, occasionally about other universes; tends towards the apocalyptic; likes semi-colons and the occasional interrobang; verbs nouns; occasionally indulges in run-on sentences; might be in trouble with prepositions; uses words instead of emoticons; believes apostrophes are commas gone wild; can't remember what goes here; saves dangling participles (sometimes); and binge reads while watching television.
Published Oct 1, 2020 · 921 words (4 minutes) · 46 views
Even killers have dreams. This one has figured out how to break in to Heaven. It's going to take dogged determination, 500 or so keys carved from God's own soul, and a whole lot of murder.
Published Aug 2, 2020 · 3,212 words (12 minutes) · 4 likes · 315 views
This isn’t the first time Daniel has disinterred a member of the clan January and hoped for a moonlight resurrection. But going behind his family’s back is new—and so is digging up his big brother.
H.L. Fullerton lives in New York, and has published work in AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review, Flash Fiction Online, Daily Science Fiction, and more.
Fiction Series: Complete 4 Chapters
Updated Jun 10, 2020 · 7,457 words (28 minutes) · 103 views
A collection of reprints about dark beliefs and the roads they lead down: "The Abbott's Tussock"; "The Secret of Love is Perfect Timing"; "New Baby on Board"; and "In the Orchard of the Father/God".
Published Apr 29, 2020 · 1,866 words (7 minutes)
When crops go bad, sometimes so do the townspeople. A brother and sister with an odd pedigree navigate familial expectations and small town scapegoating.
Published Apr 29, 2020 · 1,854 words (7 minutes)
Mommy says Emma will catch her death of cold if she doesn't wear her mittens. Her mittens, rainbow striped, chirrup a chorus of It's true! It's true! But Emma doesn't trust them.
Published Apr 28, 2020 · 726 words (3 minutes) · 173 views
Briar and Rose are trapped in a tower by an evil curse. Or so the story is supposed to go. Here's a fairy tale retelling where the princess isn't exactly sleeping.