This page highlights published short fiction & poetry that I’ve read, enjoyed, and thought others might enjoy as well. (See bottom of page for criteria/disclosures).
Posted 12/07/18 – BETWIXT, BY: VERONICA MARWOOD published in LONGSHOT ISLAND – Feel free to read – http://www.longshotisland.com/2018/09/15/betwixt/
Posted 11/30/18 – THREE DAYS OUT, BY: ALFIE PINER published in RUNE BEAR MAGAZINE – Feel free to read – http://www.runebear.com/weekly/three-days-out
Posted 11/23/18 – DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY, BY: DANIEL M. KIMMEL published in THREE CROWS MAGAZINE – Feel free to read – http://threecrowsmagazine.com/diplomatic-immunity-by-daniel-m-kimmel/
Posted 11/16/18 – AN UNEXPECTED FALL OF SNOW, BY: JOHN HOLLAND published in FLASH FLOOD JOURNAL – Feel free to read – http://flashfloodjournal.blogspot.com/2018/06/an-unexpected-fall-of-snow-by-john.html?m=1
Posted 11/09/18 – EASTER EGGS, BY: MICHAEL CHIN, published in THE GINGER COLLECT – Feel free to read – https://thegingercollect.com/archive/issue-three-the-ginger-collect/issue-three-flash-fiction/eastereggs/
Posted 11/02/18 – RANDOM ADVICE FOR A STRANGER ABOUT TO WALK INTO THE DEEP DARK WOODS (ALONE) WEARING RED, BY: H.L. FULLERTON, published in BRACKEN MAGAZINE – Feel free to read – https://www.brackenmagazine.com/issue-v/fullerton-random-advice-for-a-stranger-about-to-walk-into-the-deep-dark-woods
Posted 10/26/18 – ROAD MESSAGES, BY: MAUREEN SHERBONDY, published in WACCAMAW, A JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE – Feel free to read – http://waccamawjournal.com/fiction/road-messages/
Posted 10/19/18 – DRIVING FORCE, BY: TOM JOLLY, published in COMPELLING SCIENCE FICTION – Feel free to read – http://compellingsciencefiction.com/stories/driving-force.html
Posted 10/12/18 – BONE MUSIC, BY: TRISH HOPKINSON, published in CONTRARY JOURNAL OF UNPOPULAR DISCONTENT – feel free to read – https://contrarymagazine.com/2018/bone-music/
Posted 1/0/05/18 – INSEPARABLE, BY: EVONNE M. BIGGENS, published in PERIHELION – Feel free to read – http://www.perihelionsf.com/1801/Fiction_2.shtml
Posted 09/28/18 – THE WISHING STONE, BY: SIPORA COFFELT, published in THE ARCANIST – Feel free to read – https://thearcanist.io/the-wishing-stone-a4b46b762798
Posted 09/21/18 – A FLOWER LIKE BLUE FLAME, BY: SCOTT HUGHES, published in THE GREEN LIGHT – Feel free to read – https://thegreenlightliteraryjournal.wordpress.com/fiction-scotthughes/
Posted 09/14/18 – DANGEROUS DINNER COMPANIONS, BY: ANNA SALONEN, published in SPECKLIT (an entire story in only 100 words) – Feel free to read – http://specklit.com/blog/2016/07/23/dangerous-dinner-companions/
Posted 09/07/18 – FARM TO TABLE, BY: PAMELA LOVE, published in THE HICKORY STUMP – Feel free to read – http://hickorystump.org/article/farm-to-table/
Posted 08/31/18 – THE WEIGHT OF EVERY PENNY, BY: ADAM WILLIAM INGLIS, published in ACROSS THE MARGIN. Addresses the dark side of wealth – Feel free to read – http://acrossthemargin.com/the-weight-of-every-penny/
Posted 08/24/18 – DECOMMISSIONING, BY: RAMON ROZAS, published in THEME OF ABSENCE. Plays well on “Robot Uprising” type fears – Feel free to read – http://www.themeofabsence.com/2018/08/decommissioning-by-ramon-rozas/
Posted 08/17/18 – THE WAYS OF THE DEAD, BY: BRIAN JOHNSON, published in TWJ Magazine. Reminiscent of Poe – Read it here – http://www.twjmag.com/fiction-nonfic-poetry/the-ways-of-the-dead
CRITERIA IN ORDER TO BE FEATURED ON THIS PAGE
– Must be published in a legitimate publication and viewable at no cost.
– Be in a genre that interests me. Generally this includes any combo of suspense, fantasy, horror, science fiction, Christian, supernatural, and the like.
– Abstain from things that don’t interest me. Examples of this include, but are not limited to – excessive/graphic sex, violence/gore for the sake of violence/gore, excessive adult language/content.
ADDITIONAL INFO REGARDING FEATURED STORIES
– No promise is made as to the length of time a post/link will remain on this page. Periodically, posts/links may be deleted in order to maintain a clean look.
-No compensation given for being posted on this page.