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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 Aug 2, 2020 · 3,212 words (12 minutes) · 3 likes · 185 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) · 50 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) · 112 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.