Sunday, June 12, 2011

A Winter Colder

This Wilcox and Horace story originally appeared in "Wanderings." It's been reprinted in 5923 Quarterly. You can find it here.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

For Sale

This macabre little piece, inspired by the work of Bentley Little, can be found in Pink Eye Lemonade.

Friday, June 3, 2011

From "The Road to Wigan Pier"

The modern English literary world, at any rate the highbrow section of it, is a sort of poisonous jungle where only weeds can flourish. It is just possible to be a literary gent and to keep your decency if you are a definitely popular writer--a writer of detective stories, for instance; but to be a highbrow, with a footing in the snootier magazines, means delivering yourself over to horrible campaigns of wire-pulling and backstairs-crawling. In the highbrow world you "get on," if you "get on" at all, not so much by your literary ability as by being the life and soul of cocktail parties and kissing the bums of verminous little lions.

-George Orwell, 1937


This flash fiction piece originally appeared in "Apollo's Lyre." It's been reprinted in Sparkbright #6. You can order a copy and read about the contributors here.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

The Pretty Ones Yet Always Die

An oldie of mine, available for the first time here in the inaugural issue of Brain Soup Magazine.

The Elder Gods of Richmond Street

Here's a quirky tale published in Niteblade #16, available here.