The Glutton

by John A. DeMember

The infernal flames licked at…
August 23, 2019/by John A. DeMember


by J. Motoki

His last words hiss under the pendulum…
August 21, 2019/by J. Motoki

Your Ride Has Arrived

by Evan Baughfman

The hearse came to a silent stop…
August 16, 2019/by Evan Baughfman

A Psi of Relief

by Shawn M. Klimek

Once the mushroom’s psychotropic…
August 14, 2019/by Shawn M. Klimek

Other Oceans

by Blair Frison

An epidemic of suicide and madness…
August 13, 2019/by Blair Frison

Cosmic Horror

by Dustin Pinney

Ray saw the asteroid long before…
August 9, 2019/by Dustin Pinney

The Tailor

by Ezekiel Kincaid

I slipped on the suit. The sleeves…
August 7, 2019/by Ezekiel Kincaid


by Denzell Cooper

The wheat grew past our heads, ears…
August 5, 2019/by Denzell Cooper

When the Cat’s Away…

by Thomas Kleaton

Norman scratched his head, pondering…
August 2, 2019/by Thomas Kleaton

Allison’s Ghost

by W.T. Paterson

The house wasn’t haunted when she…
July 30, 2019/by W.T. Paterson


by Connor Greenaway

He put the pen down, defeated.…
July 28, 2019/by Connor Greenaway

Devil’s Triangle

by Caleb Echterling

During the drinking game Devil’s…
July 28, 2019/by Caleb Echterling

Big Bad Consequences

by Tim Hawken

Pneumoconiosis has taken its toll. The…
July 25, 2019/by Tim Hawken

Eyes of Innocence

by Ximena Escobar

Behind her sweet caress lies a lie. …
July 24, 2019/by Ximena Escobar


by C.D. Augello

     In the night he feels her…
July 21, 2019/by C.D. Augello

Flesh Art

by Gary Ferrill

Flesh was torn. Limbs flayed open.…
July 18, 2019/by Gary Ferrill

Trophic Dynamics

by Gabrielle Bleu

Sixteen dogs used to roam the back…
July 17, 2019/by Gabrielle Bleu

After Glow

by Liam Hogan

Huh. Zombies.
Of course it was zombies.…
July 15, 2019/by Black Hare Press

Where Her Heart Was

by Adam Breckenridge

My girlfriend opened the door…
July 12, 2019/by Adam Breckenridge


by Lynne Lumsden Green

My friend Ben and I loved jumping…
July 10, 2019/by Lynne Lumsden Green


by Shane Sinjun

“Welcome to AA,” the convenor…
July 8, 2019/by Shane Sinjun

We’ll Always Have Venus

by Shawn M. Klimek

To humanity’s great relief, the…
July 5, 2019/by Shawn M. Klimek


by Belinda Brady

“Fancy a drink?” Dave asks.
July 3, 2019/by Belinda Brady


by Chitra Gopalakrishnan

Release travels to me through…
June 30, 2019/by Black Hare Press

The Carrion Maven

by Casey Douglass

It seeps through the streets like…
June 28, 2019/by Black Hare Press


by Vonnie Winslow Crist

The trouble began when Jimmie…
June 25, 2019/by Vonnie Winslow Crist

Mother Cat

by Rickey Rivers Jr.

Rick accidentally ran over a…
June 24, 2019/by Rickey Rivers Jr.


by Daniel Bagley

Deep inside lives a monster, born…
June 20, 2019/by Daniel Bagley

Automated Control

by Ryan Benson

The small civilians pelt me with rocks…
June 19, 2019/by Ryan Benson

Pin This Picture Upon the Refrigerator

by Steven Holding

Furious scratching as crayon scrapes…
June 17, 2019/by Steven Holding

Time to Retreat

by Gabriella Balcom

As Pam picked a dahlia, something…
June 13, 2019/by Gabriella Balcom

The Gun

by James WF Roberts

The gun on the table mocks me.…
June 12, 2019/by James WF Roberts


by Charlotte O’Farrell

All my life, Uncle Harry’s…
June 10, 2019/by Charlotte O’Farrell

Aberrant Foliation

by Dennis Mombauer

The train stopped. Sanesh awoke…
June 5, 2019/by Dennis Mombauer

Darkness Falls

by Kim Plasket

Darkness falls across a sea of blood.…
June 3, 2019/by Kim Plasket

A New Mourning

by Kevin Hopson

Michael knew of the man. He visited…
May 31, 2019/by Kevin Hopson

Treasure Hunt

by Holly Schofield

The penthouse door shut behind…
May 29, 2019/by Holly Schofield

All the Little Vampires

by Gregory L. Norris

While the family slept, all the…
May 27, 2019/by Gregory L. Norris

Rags and Bones

by Carys Crossen

The villagers decided she was a witch.…
May 24, 2019/by Carys Crossen

The Capital D

by A.L. King

I’ve seen Death. That’s with a capital…
May 22, 2019/by A.L. King

O Fear and Fortuna

by L.P. Melling

They rained from the sky, shaped like…
May 19, 2019/by L.P. Melling


by Steven Sheil

She fell backwards into the crowd…
May 17, 2019/by Steven Sheil

Lady in White

by A.R. Johnston

I slowly walked toward the river,…
May 14, 2019/by A.R. Johnston

The Butcher of Redcreek Farm

by Zoey Xolton

Jacob shivered in the cage, naked as…
May 12, 2019/by Zoey Xolton

Excalibur’s Prelude

by Dave Ring

Emrys and Fatou le Fay had been practicing…
May 10, 2019/by Dave Ring

Grandma’s Gift

by JD Bell

Weathered hands work the long braid of…
May 8, 2019/by JD Bell

What Squirms Beneath

by Paul Alex Gray

Chunks of muck splattered Ernie…
May 5, 2019/by Paul Alex Gray

They Hang

by John Saxton

They hang; some in bunches, others…
May 3, 2019/by John Saxton

Soul Food

by Mike Murphy

The eternal soul fluttered about the…
April 30, 2019/by Mike Murphy


by Russell Hemmell

"Welcome to The Morgue. At 5 pm,…
April 25, 2019/by Russell Hemmell


by Belinda Brady

“Shapeshifters? Why are you reading…
April 23, 2019/by Belinda Brady

It’s So Dark

by Stephen Herczeg

I wake. It’s dark. So dark.
April 17, 2019/by Stephen Herczeg

The Rich, The Poor And When Earth’s Time Is Up

by Aditya Deshmukh

An ashamed sun drags itself up…
April 17, 2019/by Aditya Deshmukh

The Hot Bunk

by Shawn M. Klimek

Lieutenant Kent ached. His leaden…
April 10, 2019/by Shawn M. Klimek

Quick Salvage

by Eddie D. Moore

I found the derelict in a degrading…
April 10, 2019/by Eddie D. Moore

On the House

by Colleen Anderson

Jordan hated everything; wife…
April 2, 2019/by Colleen Anderson

The 97-Year-Old Science-Fiction Writer’s Untimely Time-Machine Computer

by J. J. Steinfeld

The 97-year-old science-fiction…
March 30, 2019/by J. J. Steinfeld

Protected Class

"Protected Class" by Adam S. Furman, published by Black Hare Press
March 30, 2019/by Adam S. Furman

Nodes and Modes

by Beth W. Patterson

There was no sound in space,…
March 27, 2019/by Beth W. Patterson

A Breath So Sweet

by Stephen Coghlan

Oh, The Horror!
I must escape!
March 27, 2019/by Stephen Coghlan


by Alex Gounaris

I floated in space, heading for an endless…
March 16, 2019/by Alex Gounaris
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