From the author: There's still a good bit of 2019 left, yet don't we all wish 2019 was over and done with already? On the other hand, some stories I'm really happy to have released into the world were pubbed this year and there's a few in the pipeline for 2020 so some silver-lined clouds pushed their way into the dreary drabness of 2019.
"Disturbing the Huntsman," a dark little story about turning into a monster under the bed, podcast at Tales to Terrify, January 11, 2019. (Audio only)
"The Queens' Secret," another strange little story of metamorphosis pubbed in Gorgon: Stories of Emergence antho.
"When Are You Wearing?" about fashion and memories and battling time warlocks in Issue 12 of Capricious.
"Darwinian Butterflies in My Stomach," The Colored Lens, Issue 30 about parental expectations, fashionable fetuses, and love lost.
"So It Fermented, in Bitter Florals with a Lasting Spiced Finish" James Gunn's AdAstra, Issue 7 about transmutation, treason, and a camel.
"The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King," about a boy with antlers and the fae who confuse him for their monarch. (Excerpt of tale at link)
Carl King and Evangeline Chase are a match made in deep, dark magic. A boy with antlers. A girl enthralled with the chase. A forest keeping grim secrets. Everything seems fine until someone calls a Hunt…
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