Solarcidal Tendencies. Coming Soon.

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It is with great delight that today we can announce the full table of contents for our next anthology project.

Solarcidal Tendencies.

Edited by Martin Garrity and Nathan Pettigrew, this collection of some of the darkest and the weirdest words ever committed to the page will be landing before full summer hits. Featuring an introduction by neo-noir and horror author Richard Thomas, and boasting stories from wonderful folk such as Ben Tanzer, Gordon Highland, Brandon Tietz, Rebecca Jones-Howe, and Garrett Cook. Wicked words are contained within. Keep your eyes peeled!
Coming this summer.

The full table of contents.

Introduction – Richard Thomas
Perfectly Natural – Jessica Leonard
Horsepower – Bryan Howie & K. A. Hunter
Child – David Bobis
‘Burgatory – Gordon Highland
A Lady on the Streets – Renee Asher Pickup
Triple Flash – Len Kuntz
Enhancement – Garrett Cook
Distance From Daddy – Rebecca Jones-Howe
Something Special – Ben Tanzer
Carl – Brandon Tietz
Hands and Tendrils – Axel Taiari
The Love – Teri Skultety
The Legend Of Johnny Bell – Laura Andrews
My Life In A Brutalist Concrete Bunker – Tony Rauch
Year of the Pig – Andrea Taylor
Love, Posey – Michael J. Riser

Rock on, folks.

Kill the sun.

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Five for The Vault

vaultOver the coming weeks will be bringing back some of the guest stories we ran over the past eighteen months. These stories will return to publication in our Vault.

The first batch of guest stories are now live.

Welcome to new and nostalgic eyes alike:

LAWN GIRL (Excerpt) by Ben Tanzer

An excerpt chapter from Ben’s novella, My Father’s House.

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TIGER, TIGER (Short story) by Bryan Howie

Who owns the story, he that tells it, or he that listens?

POETRY (Poems) by Laramore Black

A mini collection of weird and wonderful word-play.

THE TOOTH FAIRY (Short story) by Dakota Taylor

Sometimes things are more than they seem.

LOOSE STRINGS (Short story) by Mike Frounfelter

Memories are in turmoil in this quality piece of creative non fiction.