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NASA aurora image from April 10, 2015, Delta Junction, Alaska “Higher Beings Command…Their Powers To The Ground….” Coil Behold, The Drowning by John Purfield “Behold, The Drowning” was first made available to the public via the “No Sleep” section of reddit.com. “I would like the audience to consider, while listening to this story, the...
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April 7th, 2017
by Brian Trent “A World of Bones” is a Pseudopod original. “It seems to me that so many ghost stories are minor variations on the same theme. With ‘A World of Bones,’ I wanted to try something different.” BRIAN TRENT‘s science-fiction and dark fantasy has appeared in Escape Pod, ANALOG, Fantasy & Science Fiction, […]
March 31st, 2017
by Sandra M. Odell “Meat” is a Pseudopod original. “How far would you be willing to go to stand out in a crowd? Is it far enough?” SANDRA M. ODELL lives in Washington state with her husband, sons, and a grumpy orange cat. Her work has appeared in such venues as Pseudopod, Podcastle, Cast […]
March 24th, 2017
byMel Kassel “The Lady with the Light” was published originally in For Mortal Things Unsung in February 2017. Mel Kassel writes dark speculative fiction and comedy in Chicago. She has a new horror review/writing blog, What Scared Me,as well as a humor-focused twitter account (@MelKassel). Her personal website can be found at www.melkassel.com....