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Vincent L. Scarsella

After It's A Wonderful Life

Published Nov 22, 2019 · 6,089 words (23 minutes) · 1 like · 17 views

Classic Fantasy Literary Fiction christmas

Didn't you ever wonder what happened to George Bailey after the night Clarence got his wings?

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James Van Pelt

Father's Dragon

Published Nov 20, 2019 · 3,271 words (12 minutes) · 1 like · 32 views

Fantasy marriage Dragons family drama father and son

It's tough to be a father while still dealing with being a son. How can you condemn him for abandoning you when you want to run away yourself?

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Charlotte Platt

The Invasion

Published Nov 20, 2019 · 856 words (4 minutes) · 24 views

Fantasy Science Fiction Strange Dragons myth

Some light morning fantasy with a mythological twist, The Invasion is a flash fiction about what to do when you get invaded.

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Charlotte Platt

Off Kilter

Updated Nov 18, 2019 · 22,404 words (82 minutes) · 1 like · 130 views

Fantasy magic swearing Elemental magic fishpeople

Off Kilter is a new fantasy serialization, based in the same universe as Sacrament, in which we follow Walter - a seer who is eternally tired - as he is told by the earth to protect Richard - a Thale boy with a knack for getting into trouble. This will be updating fortnightly and is free to my subscribers.

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Kathleen Vyn

Small Mammal in Space

Published Nov 18, 2019 · 2,753 words (11 minutes) · 12 views

Fantasy Humor Science Fiction

Sometimes outer space can become a small place for astronauts and cats.

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On a very cold, gloomy weekend, after receiving some distressing news… this face.
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S. L. Saboviec

What It Means to Be a Siren

Published Nov 18, 2019 · 5,187 words (19 minutes) · 6 views

Fantasy Horror lesbian urban fantasy siren

When a siren who's trying to pass as a human accidentally deep-likes her old friend's Facebook page, memories come flooding back of their time hunting sailors.

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KJ Kabza

...In the Machine

Published Nov 15, 2019 · 1,051 words (4 minutes)

Fantasy Horror ghosts Dark humor ghost stories haunted satanic

We was at the drugstore on South, at the self-checkout thingy with the big OUT OF ORDER sign. It was crowded so I tried scanning a candy bar there anyway. But instead of nothing happening, the checkout thing said, "Help me. Please, help me. Is anyone there?"

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James Van Pelt

Do Good

Published Nov 13, 2019 · 6,531 words (24 minutes) · 1 like · 69 views

Fantasy Horror Mystery ghost story high school

Few people in the world are as universally distrusted and mocked as high school vice principals. When a teacher walks down the hall, groups of students will stop talking, but when a vice principal walks down the hall groups of teachers shut up. It's a terrible stereotype. Vice principals discipline students who are in trouble and evaluate teachers. How can they be liked? How can a person in that job do good?

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Charlotte Platt

Of Mirrors and Music

Published Nov 13, 2019 · 1,246 words (5 minutes) · 56 views

Classic Fantasy Horror Strange music haunting Roommates

A story of moving on and not moving on, and rubbish exes. Originally featured in Silk+Smoke vol 1, a brilliant Scottish zine I highly recommend you check out - https://silkandsmokemag.com/

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Charlotte Platt

Glitter and Cold

Published Nov 6, 2019 · 587 words (3 minutes) · 50 views

Fantasy Horror Strange flash gore soft costume

A little spooky short to round off Halloween season, this is a story about conversations while waiting for a lift.

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More than anything, this photograph was really the result of a series of little accidents. After abandoning a hike halfway through due to lack of sunlight, we subsequently began to make our way back home. As we drove through a long stretch of highway, I made the decision to nap in the back, but before that, for whatever reason, I peered out the window and into the heavens first. At that point, I began screaming like a madman telling everyone to look up. Amazed, we pulled into the next rest stop.