Our written words leave stronger imprints than we may think. Perhaps they can leave others a clue.
Regan Keeter has been writing professionally for more than eleven years, during which time he has worked as both an author and a journalist. He is a member of the Chicago Writers Association and recently had short stories published in the Chicagoland Journal, Wordhaus, and Dark Dreams. Additionally, he scripted a short film that was released in 2003 and, in 2006, received a grant from the DeKalb Council for the Arts to author a series of stories for children. regankeeter.com Continue reading “The Journal” »
The Electric Chair has posted an audio version of Tim Tobin’s Chuckles, you can find it here.
Chuckles: Guilt, madness, and loneliness sometimes have a way of reaching down and touching our past. Mr. Tim Tobin tells us exactly how that can happen in Chuckles. Do read and enjoy.
If you were followed, obsessed over, and haunted each and every day of your life how would you feel? How would you cope? Aaron Shotwell’s “The Owl” is just about that.
By: Aaron Shotwell
Aaron Shotwell is a 27-year-old student of Media Arts and Animation, an aspiring author, screenwriter and director. He currently has two large projects underway; co-authoring a screenplay to be submitted by the end of this year, and a collection of horror short stories
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Have you ever found yourself someplace, maybe even with someone, and it all felt just a little bit off?
By: Philip Roberts
Philip Roberts lives in Nashua, New Hampshire and has been published in a variety of publications, such as the Epitaphs anthology, Midnight Echo, and The Horrorzine. A full anthology of Philip’s short stories entitled Passing Through can be found on the Amazon kindle store. More information on his works can be found at www.philipmroberts.com.
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The land holds memory, of ancient peoples and ancient things, but sometimes, no matter how hard we try, we cannot forget history.
By: Katrina Denman
Katrina Denman lives in California and holds a master’s degree in history from Claremont Graduate University. She also has an abiding love of folklore and the supernatural. In her writing, she combines horror with elements of historical truth, which in most cases is far more unsettling than pure fiction. She currently works in archives devoted to the history of the American West, out of which experience this story was born.
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