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When Willis Walks

by RoseMary McDaniel a.k.a. Amy Hayle

When his westbound train had an unexpected layover in the small midwestern town that had been his boyhood home, a man haunted by memories of his older brother's mysterious disappearance, seeks to uncover the...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #41

by Silver Age Books

Issue forty-one of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction features two long stories – "Milo Don't Count Coup", by Ross Gresham, and Notes on the Bone" by Charles Wilkinson – a shorter one by Douglas Thompson – "DogBot™"...

Grandpa Bruce's Lite Horror

by Bruce T. Forbes

There are two types of horror stories: the kind where blood and body parts are splattered everywhere, and the type that challenge your mind and teach a Good vs Evil theme - you know, good, old fashioned Victorian...

The Rental

by Shain Knowles

John takes a road trip behind the wheel of a poor choice of rental cars.

Joe the Satirist

by William Hrdina

A horror story in the style of Mark Twain.

Rick's Hostage

by Greg M. Hall

Jack is a winner who grinds his competitors into the dirt. His wife's lover is about to find that out in the harshest way possible. But Jack finds out he's been playing by the wrong set of rules...

The Immortal

by R.D. Pruden

This is the story of what happens when one man becomes obsessed with his enemy.

We All Scream

by Bryan Lindenberger

Dark fantasy short story from the collection, Local Systems Decline

The Business that Must Be Conducted in the Dark

by DeAnna Knippling

Master Zorac wants Annalise to follow him into the dark, but her programming won’t allow it…until she’s sent to capture him.

The Rising: Missing in Action

by Crystal Rodriguez

Following their narrow escape, Tony and the rest of the survivors don't seem to be out of the woods just yet. After an accident derails their plans, they have to find a way to regroup and find their missing...

Than and Now

by TheYuri

Too tired to remember, too painful to forget? Do you really want to let go? Only Dr. Than removes unwanted memories. If you could erase a painful memory, would you? Meet Michael and his nightmare. He would give...

Lady Killer

by Donald White

"Lady Killer" by Donald White is a tale of foul murder frustrated by forces beyond the mortal ken. Rick Smith is a killer, who has chosen his next victim: Lisa Montgomery. But all is not as it seems, and Rick...

Vengance of Joe Public

by Jond

Joe has an issue to raise with his bank, but there is a little problem, in that Joe is dead. Now some would say that death rather inhibits one's capacity to make a complaint to your bank, or indeed to anyone....

Lament: A Restraint Novel (PREVIEW)

by Sandra Madera

THREE CHAPTER BOOK PREVIEW: After the horrifying experience of fleeing for their lives, Linda Carter and her sister, Laura, are on a mission to reclaim what is rightfully theirs. However, they never expected...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #35

by Silver Age Books

Wash your pain away with the misery of others! “Involuntary Muscle” by Black Static contributor Maura McHugh tells of Lilly, her unhappy life made more miserable yet by surprising news. “House of Nowhere”,...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #38

by Silver Age Books

Stories in this issue: “The Lives and Spacetimes of Thornton Excelsior” by Rhys Hughes (actually eight stories in one!); “The Daylight Witch” by Jim Steel; “Off and On Again” by Alison Littlewood;...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #34

by Silver Age Books

TQF34 features a series of terrific stories, an indulgent editorial, our first ever convention report, and a huge review section: twenty-two books, seven movies, three audio reviews, one comic and one game....

Quick Gasps of Breath - 5 MicroHorrors

by Lyn Perry

Five super flash fictions (not even 1000 words total) of the horror persuasion (with a bit of humor thrown in). Good for a quick gasp before bed.

How to Save a World From Dying

by Carl Plumer

Frightening Look At The Future That's Both Funny And Romantic! Plenty of Chills & Thrills for Both Horror AND Romance Fans! ☠ After a night out at their favorite Manhattan club, Mallory Alexandria is kidnapped...

Dead Society Alumni - Part One

by Steven Bowman

Governments do not exist. There is no such thing as a military anymore, although we are all soldiers. You are not being protected if you are not protecting yourself. There is no such thing as a normal life anymore....