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No Further Messages

by Brett Savory

This is not, and never has been, about you. Any of you. This is not, and never has been, about good and bad. This makes no sense to you, I know. I have taken all who are worthy. There will be no further messages....


The Distance Travelled

by Brett Savory

Why have certain denizens of Hell taken to throwing farm animals through innocent folks’ kitchen windows? How long does it take a dead, desiccated gas attendant to walk out to his pumps? What sort of relationship...


The Two-Headed Girl

by Paul Tremblay

A girl with a second head that changes into different historical and fictional identities tries to find her father while figuring out how to handle Mom and the book club. From Paul Tremblay’s In the Mean Time,...


The Strange Case of Nicholas Thomas: An Excerpt from A History of the Longesian

by Paul Tremblay

A librarian details the mysterious connection between his missing mother and a plague of balloons that returns to a historical city every nineteen years. From Paul Tremblay’s In the Mean Time, this tale is...


Figure 5

by Paul Tremblay

From the safety of his tower, a surgeon documents the transformative stages of a plague decimating his city until he recognizes one of the victims on the street below. From Paul Tremblay’s In the Mean Time,...


Growing Things

by Paul Tremblay

With the world choking underneath preternaturally growing plants, two daughters await their father's return to their mountain hideout, but uncover a family secret instead. From Paul Tremblay’s In the Mean...


Harold the Spider Man

by Paul Tremblay

A widower gives spiders--including two secret eating spiders from Japan--the run of his home so that he'll feel protected from the dangers of the outside world. From Paul Tremblay’s In the Mean Time, this...


The Blog at the End of the World

by Paul Tremblay

In this ChiZine Short Story Contest-winning tale, a blog documents society's slow, unexplained but inexorable end, or is it only a collection of pixel-sized paranoia? From Paul Tremblay’s In the Mean Time,...


The People Who Live Near Me

by Paul Tremblay

Meet your neighbor Nick-Nick and the rest of the strange, but all-too-recognizable suburban neighborhood, which includes a worrisome man who picks apart the asphalt, one chunk at a time. From Paul Tremblay’s...


There's No Light Between Floors

by Paul Tremblay

In this Bram Stoker Award-nominated story, a man wakes trapped underneath a pile of rubble from a building that he thinks leads to a new world populated with Elder Gods. From Paul Tremblay’s In the Mean Time,...


Headstones in Your Pocket

by Paul Tremblay

A border patrol guard in Arizona is haunted by the demons of his past after accidentally keeping a child's tooth he'd confiscated from man who attempted to enter America illegally. From Paul Tremblay’s In...


We Will Never Live in the Castle

by Paul Tremblay

In this story, described as a "tour de force" by Locus Magazine, a once-awkward teen holes up in a kiddie-themed amusement park after the end of the world, and schemes to take Cinderella's Castle by force. From...


Unearthly Powers: Prelude To A Nocturne

by Philip Nutman

The first half of “Unearthly Powers,” the two-part tale that concludes the Jamie Hurst trilogy (also including “Full Throttle” and “Blackpool Rock”). "It's the end of the world as we know it, and...


Full Throttle

by Philip Nutman

A Rebel without a Cause collides with A Clockwork Orange. Manslaughter, death, rebirth, and redemption ensue in the first tale of the Jamie Hurst trilogy (also including “Blackpool Rock” and the two-part...


Pavlov's Wristwatch

by Philip Nutman

Barrie's Peter Pan may have been a fantasy... or was it? "Watch" out for that crocodile! From Philip Nutman’s Cities of Night, this tale is one of a dozen stories leaping from Atlanta to Blackpool, London...


Churches Of Desire

by Philip Nutman

A homosexual writer seeks love and lust in Rome. A tale of emotional andphysical zombification. From Philip Nutman’s Cities of Night, this tale is one of a dozen stories leaping from Atlanta to Blackpool,...


Blackpool Rock

by Philip Nutman

Insanity and an obsession with Elvis...a mystery and a love affair. This tale is the second in the Jamie Hurst trilogy (also including “Full Throttle” and the two-part “Unearthly Powers”). From Philip...


Ponce De Leon Avenue

by Philip Nutman

The road to Hell is paved with good creative intentions...and insanity, sex, lots of sex, criminals...and a loaded gun. From Philip Nutman’s Cities of Night, this tale is one of a dozen stories leaping from...


Love Sells The Proud Heart's Citadel To Fate

by Philip Nutman

The origin of Bram Stoker's Dr. Van Helsing and how he became a foe of evil in all its manifestations. From Philip Nutman’s Cities of Night, this tale is one of a dozen stories leaping from Atlanta to Blackpool,...


A Mother Cries At Midnight

by Philip Nutman

The comic book character, Hellboy, searches for the missing son of a friend and encounters a supernatural legend. From Philip Nutman’s Cities of Night, this tale is one of a dozen stories leaping from Atlanta...