114 – Silvergloom by Jonathan Duckworth

The consumptive poet Keats makes a strange encounter while voyaging to Naples. David Ault reads. #paranormal #historical download Author Jonathan Duckworth is a completely normal, entirely human person with the right number of heads and everything. He received his MFA from Florida International University. His speculative fiction work appears in Pseudopod, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Southwest... Continue Reading →

The Prince in the Darkness by Phil Margolies

A carnie, a Romanian, and a zombie ape. What could possibly go wrong? Kris Law reads. download Phil Margolies writes science fiction and fantasy, and dabbles in horror. His short fiction has appeared in Brave New Girls, The Worlds of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror anthology, Perihelion SF, Abyss & Apex, and other publications. He’s... Continue Reading →

Seven Cups of Tea by Gwen C. Katz

A timely fairy tale retold with a dash of steam. Jasmine Arch reads. download Gwen C. Katz is an author, artist, and game designer who lives in Pasadena, California with her husband and a revolving door of transient animals. Her first novel, Among the Red Stars, tells the story of Russia's all-female bomber regiment known... Continue Reading →

Walking The Line by William Stiteler

Be cautious of the paths you tread. Lou J Berger reads. download Author  William Stiteler lives somewhere in Central New York, and has been published in places such as Grimdark Magazine and Kaleidotrope, occasionally as S.M. Williams. When not writing, he spends his time determining where things are. More can be found at internetmanifestation.com Narrator... Continue Reading →

110 – Appointment in Time by James Dorr

What a year it was. Alasdair Stuart reads. Strong content note for horror/gore. download Indiana (USA) author James Dorr's most recent book is a novel-in-stories from Elder Signs Press, TOMBS: A CHRONICLE OF LATTER-DAY TIMES OF EARTH. Working mostly in dark fantasy/horror with some forays into science fiction and mystery, his THE TEARS OF ISIS... Continue Reading →

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