Found 310 stories tagged 'Horror'.
Mar 17, 2019 · 7,437 words (28 minutes) · 22 views
Modern children fear the monster in the closet and the creature under the bed. Victorian climbing boys have no closets and no beds. What do they fear? This story originally appeared in MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY'S FANTASY MAGAZINE as the cover story. Year later, I wrote a sequel to it. "The Soul Jar" appeared in a steampunk anthology called THE SHADOW CONSPIRACY, and I'll post it next week. Click LIKE or SUBSCRIBE. I can't do this without my fantastic readers!
Mar 17, 2019 · 9,220 words (34 minutes) · 9 views
This story is what happened when I read the Bible. Be afraid. Also, Endor refers to the Old Testament character the Sorceress of Endor, not the Star wars moon with the unbearable little furry creatures.
Mar 16, 2019 · 4,876 words (18 minutes) · 2 likes · 43 views
This was my first invited story—a huge thrill. The post-apocalyptic anthology Grants Pass was looking for stories about people’s responses—positive and negative—to the hope of a new start, in a safe place, after the world ended—Grants Pass, Oregon. The character of Elizabeth popped into my head, and the rest of the story just...unfolded. Grants Pass appeared in the summer of 2009 and won an Australian Shadows Award for best horror anthology.
Mar 14, 2019 · 1,158 words (5 minutes) · 2 likes · 2 views
Sarah's saga comes to a shocking conclusion in Part Three of Emily's Big Brother. Find out what happened to the last nanny...and what Elmira Dalton has been hiding.
Mar 13, 2019 · 391 words (2 minutes) · 47 views
Jennifer has worked with many authors, editors, and publishers through out her career. She's pretty sure this kind of scenario has run though someone's mind at some time. This flash piece appeared on promotional material Jennifer handed out at Gencon 2014.
Mar 8, 2019 · 1,572 words (6 minutes) · 13 views
In a city where the underground Metro line crosses paths with the River Styx, a mother tries to suffer for her sins, while her daughter carries the baggage. There are many intersections on this line, between madness and ghosts, memory and hallucination, love and fanatical devotion. CW: mental illness, grief, suicide