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Found 2 works tagged 'Light'.




Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff

A Cruel and Unusual Punishment

Published Jul 4, 2019 · 11,590 words (43 minutes) · 1 like · 643 views

Fantasy Horror Humor spiritual Light medium & dark supernatural Light fate worse than death religious

This story has a checkered past. It started life as a 7500 word science fiction story but, after a very helpful critique by Shawna McCarthy at Realms of Fantasy (when she rejected it), it ended up as a 11,500 some odd word fantasy novelette in Interzone and later anthologized in INFINITE SPACE, INFINITE GOD, from Twilight Times and in the "Dark" part of my WindyCon Guest of Honor collection, BIMBO ON THE COVER. It is broken into fourteen parts—each corresponding to a Station of the Cross.





Holly Lyn Walrath

Darkness & Light

Published Jul 2, 2019 · 922 words (4 minutes) · 2 likes · 2 views

writing Horror Writing poetry Essay Darkness Light Ursula LeGuin Edward Hirsch Dark Poetry

This is a repost of a guest blog I wrote for the Horror Writer's Assocation. We don’t set out to write a “dark” poem. I think we purveyors of darkness simply see the world around us with a bit more clarity. We see the dark side of reality and unreality for what it is. We are looking for the abyss because we want to look into its body and find the truths that are hidden there...


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