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S. N. Arly

The Good Doctor

Published May 8, 2019 · 1,479 words (6 minutes) · 1 like · 98 views

Horror contemporary dark fiction Realistic

For several years one of my jobs involved helping new doctors complete death certificates. I also typed and submitted them for doctors who’d been doing this a while. This story came from some of the conversations we had.

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This was captured well waiting for the doctor who was busy at the time
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Featured April 24, 2019

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Vanessa Fogg

Taiya

Published Apr 19, 2019 · 4,059 words (15 minutes) · 6 likes · 579 views

Fantasy ghosts urban fantasy dark fiction quiet and eerie

Karen and Patrick move across the world and into a new home, only to be haunted by the faint cries of a taiya, a spirit eaten by grief so old it no longer knows the cause of its own sorrow. They might be able to starve it into disappearing—if Karen can break the pull she feels toward it. Author Vanessa Fogg has published many pieces of beautiful, haunting short fiction as well as a novella, available now from Annorlunda Books.

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Steven Harper

Thin Man

Published Mar 17, 2019 · 7,437 words (28 minutes) · 133 views

Fantasy Horror Historical historical fantasy victorian london dark fiction

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!

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Amy Sisson

Suicide Club

Published Mar 12, 2018 · 1,353 words (5 minutes) · 374 views

Literary Fiction Science Fiction dark fiction

The first rule of Suicide Club is not what you think.

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Wanted to tell a story through a photo.