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New Release: It Could Be Anyone’s Leg edited by A.M Symes

This anthology of flash fiction was written by the members of the Dead Birds writing group, set up by the MFA alumni and alumni adjacent friends of the Augsburg University MFA program in Minnesota. Inspired by one of the authors finding a (nonhuman) leg in their garden, each story is themed around the line ‘it… Continue reading New Release: It Could Be Anyone’s Leg edited by A.M Symes

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Harvest Nights by Ahmed Alameen

In 1811 a comet streaks across the sky, bringing lasting darkness and hideous monsters that terrorize a young Native American boy, Chua, and the group of people with whom he seeks safety: John Coulter, famed hunter and original mountain main; a Native American woman named Kima on her way to her wedding in ill fated… Continue reading Harvest Nights by Ahmed Alameen

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ARC Review: Rose’s Gold by WB Welch

About the book After waking up in a tower with no memory of events past her adolescence, Rose must examine every nook and cranny of her prison in the sky to solve the mystery of who brought her here and how she might escape. But she soon realizes the contents of the room--clothing that fits… Continue reading ARC Review: Rose’s Gold by WB Welch

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Launch Day: The Tunnel by Joseph Sale

When she is 11, Georgina Jones discovers something about her cold, calculating father that not only destroys her relationship with him, but results in her keeping men at a distance when she grows up, unable to form a meaningful connection. In 2019, a huge crocodile stalks the sewers of London. Some say it is Jack… Continue reading Launch Day: The Tunnel by Joseph Sale

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The Headless Floridaman by Joel Spriggs

When Chevy turns up one night at a trailer park in Florida and offers Buck, Skeeter, Darryl, Chrissy and Limey some drugs, what do they do? Why kill him, of course, because this band of friends is loyal to Mickey, the Meth man, their usual drug dealer. Who would have imagined that such a thoughtful… Continue reading The Headless Floridaman by Joel Spriggs