Strange Stories


Shira Lipkin


Jan 9, 2019 · 3,488 words (13 minutes)

Fantasy Horror Strange

Katabasis, Vegas style.


Shira Lipkin

The Angel of Fremont Street

Jan 9, 2019 · 2,097 words (8 minutes)

Fantasy Horror Strange

The flimsier ones look almost like abandoned plastic bags or discarded call-girl calling cards whirling precariously in a too-slight breeze. These are the personifications of “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” - false faces slipped on for a weekend and left behind, left to pile up in the corners of the Strip like any other trash. The flimsies always try to cling to anyone solid. They never realize that she’s a discard, too.

giant black stiletto sandal decor

Brian Craddock

The Cemetery Children

Jan 9, 2019 · 9,071 words (33 minutes)

Horror Science Fiction Strange

Field Engineer Callan and his squad battle separatists in Jabodetabek, ever-watchful of the skies for the sign of alien attack. Pusat-Selatan II has been plunged into darkness, and only Ardiyanti and her Cemetery Children have kept their cool in the midst of the horrors and madness of civil war. But for how long can Jabodetabek’s innocents fend off the threats from all sides?

man holding gun during daytime

David Perlmutter

"A Hole Lotta Trouble"

Jan 7, 2019 · 3,863 words (15 minutes)

Fantasy Humor Satire Science Fiction Strange

The International League of Girls With Guns, the world's mightiest female superheroes, finds their powers and their personal relationships put to the ultimate test when they are imprisoned beneath the Earth by a fragile coalition of their enemies.


Paul Alex Gray

Every tear unshed

Jan 4, 2019 · 1,086 words (4 minutes)

Fantasy Strange

A story of latch-key kids, enchanted statues and what to do with wishes


Tanya Breshears

I called them the Knocking Men

Jan 4, 2019 · 868 words (4 minutes) · 2 likes

Horror Strange

You’ll probably wonder why I ever thought any of this was normal. But you have to understand, you can get used to practically anything, with enough practice.

person shadow holding glass door

Laura Pearlman

The Shadow Over My Dorm Room

Jan 2, 2019 · 3,965 words (15 minutes) · 1 like

Horror Humor Strange

A modern-day Miskatonic University student sees only the best in his roommate in this Lovecraftian humor story.


David Sklar

Lady Marmalade's Special Place in Hell (a Picaresque Burlesque of the Nether Realms)

Jan 2, 2019 · 4,826 words (18 minutes)

Fantasy Humor Strange

Stuck navigating an afterlife she doesn't believe in and struggling to rescue those dearest to her, a drag queen takes over a small piece of Hell and redecorates in her own image.


Paul Alex Gray

Everyone Changes

Jan 2, 2019 · 413 words (2 minutes) · 1 like

Literary Fiction Strange

In a world where everyone is changing into something else, a father and daughter reconnect for one last moment

sea under white clouds at golden hour

Charlotte Platt

Meet the Family

Jan 2, 2019 · 4,172 words (16 minutes)

Horror Strange

A man due to be married visits his fiancees home island for the preparations. The only problem is, he has no intention of the wedding going ahead...