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About Black Ink Fiction
Black Ink Fiction is a female-led, US-based based speculative fiction imprint focused on releasing exciting horror, sci-fi, and fantasy. Check out our upcoming works at www.BlackInkFiction.com.
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Maybe reading these bite-sized chunks of terror will make you think twice before booking your next zoo trip. Black Ink Fiction’s Animal Cage features over 40 international authors set out to show you the darker side of our furry friends in cages.
From more than 50 international authors, these wintery drabbles have been crafted to remind you that before you can have the rebirth of spring, first there must be death.
But every movie is not created equal, There are some that take the darkness in the world and amplify it, giving power to the things that go bump in the night. Some creative souls use their gifts for evil. Some trips to the theater are better left untaken.
In this new anthology from Black Ink Fiction, join 25 international authors as they tell these stories and more surrounding all things movies. From the simple trip of some kids trying to see a horror flick to a blind date gone wrong, the aspiring actress who can't land a role to a monster doing the directing, find out what happens when a love for movies becomes pure Movie Madness.
Open up Black Ink Fiction’s toy-chest of terror and see what oddities lay inside. We have dolls, action figures, puzzles, teddy bears and so much more. But beware: these toys don’t play well with others...
Featuring sixteen stories of peculiar plastic, supernatural stuffing, and truly killer collections, including works by the following authors:
- Axel Kohagen
- Danielle Davis
- Dawn DeBraal
- Ian Sputnik
- Lamont A. Turner
- Lynne Phillips
- Nat Whiston
- Patrick Winters
- Radar Deboard
- Renata Pavrey
- Scott McGregor
- Tim Mendees
Even worse, the monoceroid overlords—better known as “unicorns” in folklore—have been enjoying their infernal roles as Satan’s finest torturers. These magnificent creatures are actually rotten bastards, and for some reason, they specifically have it out for the clowns.
The cursed motleys are now seeking equality, perhaps even redemption. But the unicorns are quite content with the hierarchy, and after eons of crushing these jokers underhoof they’ve become overconfident.
An unholy rebellion is brewing. Who will prevail? Who will get a pie in the face?
From the creatures emerging from the center of the Earth to a sporting event on an unexplored planet and through the vast expanse of space, alien-kind is ready to help and teach us, or hunt and eat us. Sometime both.
In the 15 stories contained in this anthology, be prepared for moments of beauty between species, love and a home found on an alien world, exploration with violent endings, truth you don't really want to see, and even the very end of the Earth itself.
With stories from the following amazing authors:
- Chisto Healy
- Christopher T. Dabrowski
- Danielle Davis
- Devin Goff
- D.J. Tyrer
- Joyce Bingham
- Lamont A. Turner
- Maggie D. Brace
- Michael J. Scharen
- Phyllis Houseman
- Radar DeBoard
- Rich S. Allpen
- Trina Jacobs
- W.E. Wertenberger
From spooky ghost kids to zombie trick-or-treaters, poisonous treats from serial killers to statues coming alive, this anthology from Black Ink Fiction has 150+ bite-sized horror treats for your enjoyment.
New from Black Ink Fiction!Join the adventure through the wasteland of the world, where the only real goal is staying alive.
Featuring the following amazing authors:
Alex Avery - Firechild
Chisto Healy - Search Party
Chris Bannor - We'll Dance Together
Dawn DeBraal - The Promised Land
Dorian J. Sinnott - Sunless Dawn
Gabriella Balcom - Surviving
Jade Wildy - Mardigan's Maze
Jeremy Zentner - Opening Performance
Jodi Jensen - The Depot
Jodie Francis - The Trial of Linda Creed
Meera Dandekar - Post-Earth Selection
Mike Sherer - Timeon Entanglement
Patrick Winters - The Words
Rob D. Smith - The War on Ignorance
S.O. Green - Dragonpunk
Shelly Jarvis - Zappho and the North Star
Tiffany Christie - And Dust to Dust
Tony Logan - The Legend of Nana Kats
- Prince Adam wasn't always called a beast. After being disowned by his father, Adam imposed a self-exile, locking himself away from the world. One unexpected day, the beautiful Belle happened upon his doorstep. How will she accept him? Could she finish Adam's story with him?
- Gisele wants nothing more than to win the kingdom's archery contest, but women aren't allowed to enter. Can a mysterious man help her into the competition? When all goes awry, can the sorcerer's daughter aid her in time to save Gisele from a life of servitude?
- How far will the heart take its owner to find true love? Will it have the strength to survive the turmoil and distress of societies largest obstacles? Find out in these heart warming alternative fairytales.
Find these and more in this new drabble anthology by Black Ink Fiction which contains 150+ micro-tales from authors worldwide.
We created them, putting the spark of life into the machines we built so they could make our lives easier. But now, intelligent machines are taking taking over, turning us into their slaves while they become masters of the human race. Whether it's the rise of the refrigerator army, a GPS falling in love with their human driver, or the too-realistic robots body-swapping with our friends and relatives, there's sure to be a story for you.
Join more than 50 international authors as they spin short tales of AI dominance that will have you looking at your all-in-one printer in a whole new light.
And who is Death? What does he like—how does he like his tea, does he really like using a scythe, is Death even gendered?
Death can take many forms, reap many souls. Death is unforgiving; yet can be gentle, almost kind. Death is the Ferryman; the driver of a cart with bones rattling against the road; Death is many things, but most importantly, Death is inevitable.
Find out answers to these questions and more, as authors from all over the world pursue Death in this collection of 100-word stories from Black Ink Fiction. When the Reaperman knocks, what will you do?