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Edward Ashton


Nov 29, 2018 · 1,005 words (4 minutes) · 86 views

Fantasy Literary Fiction Love

At night, the monsters come. This is not a fantasy, really. It is not a faery tale. It does not have a happy ending.


Victoria Sandbrook

Phalium arium ssp. anams

Nov 28, 2018 · 904 words (4 minutes) · 8 views


A carnival sideshow. A few cryptids, captive in plain sight. A really boring date. And magic.

brown-and-black snails

Coral Alejandra Moore

The Sorceress Who Had No Heart

Nov 27, 2018 · 5,982 words (22 minutes) · 65 views


An adaptation of a Scandinavian fairy tale written into a fantastical version of ancient Mongolia.

low angle photo of cliff

Featured November 28, 2018

Grayson Bray Morris

To Save Fragile Things from the Pounding of Heavy Ages

Nov 27, 2018 · 1,752 words (7 minutes) · 4 likes · 83 views

Literary Fiction Science Fiction


KJ Kabza

You Don't Know Where That's Been

Nov 27, 2018 · 1,285 words (5 minutes) · 3 views

Fantasy Humor


S. Kay Nash

Pit Stop

Nov 26, 2018 · 2,326 words (9 minutes) · 90 views

Fantasy Horror

Three friends on a road trip stop to pick up a little something for the boss. The boss doesn't like it when you show up empty-handed.


Nancy Jane Moore

The Revelation of Jo Givens

Nov 25, 2018 · 7,894 words (29 minutes) · 147 views

Fantasy Science Fiction

This story is a mashup of climate change, "doing more with less" in journalism, and fundamentalist religion. It feels very timely to me right now, even though I wrote it eight or nine years ago.


Tim Waggoner

Best Friends Forever

Nov 25, 2018 · 7,026 words (26 minutes) · 1 like · 186 views

Horror Mystery Strange

The stuffed dog abandoned on the side of the road looked harmless enough, but Ron never should've stopped to pick it up.Because sometimes a dog, real or not, isn't always man's best friend.


Duane Pesice


Nov 24, 2018 · 1,146 words (5 minutes) · 73 views

Fantasy Horror Humor Literary Fiction

Originally published in Innsmouth Tales, 2016. The germ of several longer stories, and a suitable introduction to the public side of this venue.


Duane Pesice

Cat and Mouse

Nov 24, 2018 · 1,714 words (7 minutes) · 1 view

Classic Fantasy Humor Literary Fiction Satire Strange

“He’s been tomcatting,” her announced in the Voice of Death. “He doesn’t know me very well.” I licked my paw, which had a little bit of breakfast still on it, and waited. Her ran hot water.