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About Stephen Coghlan
Stephen Coghlan is a burgeoning author who hails from the oft-frozen national capital of Canada. When not attempting to create worlds and describe characters, he can be found constructing buildings, entertaining his children, or annoying his long-suffering wife.
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Forty-eight authors have brought you a creepy collection of tales, sure to keep you up at night. Grab a flashlight, and let your mind wander into the haunted unknown. A place where the shadows lurk around every corner, and the boogeyman awaits your arrival. With every turn, a new nightmare begins. Are you brave enough to reach the end?
Read...if you DARE.
"I ordered this book for my daughter who loves horror stories, she couldn't put it down! I cannot wait for the author to publish more! She really captured my readers attention!"
"This book is so awesome! My kids couldn't put it down. I even enjoyed reading all of the stories and the creepy illustrations really bring it all together."
"My son's delight while reading this book made me feel like a kid again myself. There are so many wonderful (and scary) stories to enjoy; with a fright for everyone! The illustrations are akin to a modernized Alvin Schwartz style. This book is horrifying and fun all at once. I definitely recommend it to children and adults alike."
*This book is intended for children ages 7 and up!
Stay tuned for Volume 2!
What miracles can more than one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
More than three hundred 100-word drabbles from around the world.
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
But how might that change if it were no longer just humanity going to war—if animal instincts, strengths and skill were to join the battlefield?
Dogs of War is an anthology exploring what warfare looks like when the combatants are no longer fully human. It contains twenty three stories about how war changes when those who do the fighting have changed, and how much it stays just the same.
Nosy and Wolf by Ken MacGregor
After Their Kind by Taylor Harbin
Succession by Devin Hallsworth
Two If By Sea by Field T. Mouse
The Queens’ Confederate Space Marines by Elizabeth McCoy
The Loving Children by Bill McCormick
Strike, But Hear Me by Jefferson P. Swycaffer
End of Ages by BanWynn Oakshadow
Shells On the Beach by Tom Mullins
Cross of Valor Reception for the Raccoon, Tanner Williams, Declassified Transcript by John Kulp
Last Man Standing by Frances Pauli
Hunter’s Fall by Angela Oliver
Old Regimes by Gullwulf
The Shrine War by Alan Loewen
The Monster in the Mist by Madison Keller
Wolves in Winter by Searska GreyRaven
The Third Variety by Rob Baird
The Best and Worst of Worlds by Mary E. Lowd
Tooth, Claw and Fang by Stephen Coghlan
Sacrifice by J.N. Wolfe
War of Attrition by Lisa Timpf
Fathers to Sons by MikasiWolf
Hoodies and Horses by Michael D. Winkle
Edited by Fred Patten, Cover art by Teagan Gavet
As a champion of emerging writers, you'll always find works by debut authors in our publications, as well new pieces from established and best-selling authors. We hope you enjoy the hard work that has been put into these tiny tales.
Adam S. Furman
Beth W. Patterson
Connie R. Watson
Crystal L. Kirkham
Eddie D. Moore
G. Allen Wilbanks
Gregory L. Norris
James W.F. Robert
Joel R. Hunt
John A. DeMember
John H. Dromey
Joshua D. Taylor
Lynne Lumsden Green
Paul Alex Gray
Paula R.C. Readman
Raven Corinn Carluk
Rickey Rivers Jr.
Rowanne S. Carberry
Shawn M. Klimek
Vonnie Winslow Crist
William J. Joel
Technology is embedded so deeply in our lives that it no longer feels separate. It's taken for granted, like breathing. Whatever can be imagined can be experienced, if not in the "real" world then somewhere else. Somewhere better. This is our new reality. We live inside our heads, in our dreams.
Come navigate a labyrinth of visions, illusions, nightmares, and fantasies. Explore the nascent genre of dreampunk with 22 of its finest authors as they examine and transform the dreamscapes that we call our lives. Get lost among the twists and turns, ascending to the upper limits of both wonder and dread.
Do you dare enter the Mirrormaze?
Table of Contents
| Pipe Dream by Cliff Jones Jr.
| Happy Birthday, Tinkerbell by Elizabeth Roderick
| Chrome, Reflected by Ragnar Martinson
| The Future Is Milk by Courtney LoCicero
| Sleepwalker by Jeb R. Sherrill
| Angel in the Cave by Cliff Jones Jr.
| Martian Spirit Quest by Steven R. Brandt
| The End of Michael Clement by J.R.R.R. (Jim) Hardison
| Origin by Yelena Calavera
| Transmigration by David Pierre, translated by Laura Bailo
| A Bottle of Jinn by Cliff Jones Jr.
| Hidden Features by Alex Pilalis
| Kiss of Fire by Anna Tizard
| Flight of the Universe by Stephen Coghlan
| Teacup Koi by Courtney LoCicero
| Two Roads by M. Crane Hana
| Alice Under Marmalade Skies by Catherine Dufour
| Dorothy in the Land of Poppies by Cliff Jones Jr.
| Domestic Animals I Have Known by Charles C. Mitchell
| The Mirror Cracked by Tessa B. Dick
| Walking in Dreams by Michael D. Nadeau
| Drifters by David Michael Williams
| Buffering by Shaun Allan
| Thatcher Maugden and the Dream Witch by Dez Schwartz
| The Dragon’s Nest by Thomas Fortenberry
| Somnium by Jeb R. Sherrill
| Visual Snow by L.B. Shimaira
| Nightmare’s End by Alex Pilalis
| So Long by Cliff Jones Jr.
Cliff Jones Jr. has several irons in the fire and more than a few bees in his
bonnet. He can’t be satisfied with just one life, as evidenced by
his degrees in linguistics, career in software development, and
obsession with dreampunk fiction. Therefore, he places a high
value on dreams and other alternative modes of experience.
He’s been happily married his entire adult life and is the father
of both a toddler and a teenager. Someday, he hopes to own a
cat. Find him online at CliffJonesJr.com
Elizabeth Roderick is the author of Love and Money, Hoodlum
Army, the Other Place series, and the Tales from Purgatory
series, as well as many short stories in various anthologies.
She is a musician and runs a small, diversified farm in eastern
Washington State, where she lives with her daughter and far too
many animals. You can find her at TalesFromPurgatory.com.
Ragnar Martinson was born 1,000 years too late to be a proper viking
and 1,000 years too early to command the Galactic Space Fleet.
Instead he lives in the south of Germany, where he writes code
by day and stories by night. His various creative endeavors can
be found at Advantarium.com.
Courtney LoCicero writes, teaches, and dreams up scenarios for
her carousel of colorful muses. She publishes works of young
and new adult fantasy across digital storytelling platforms. Find
her on Wattpad and Patreon as @CocoNichole.
Strange clouds on the horizon herald the coming of the swarm. The undulating masses of the horde cannot be stopped. Terrifying creatures roam the Earth, seemingly with no aim but to devour all that stands before them. Experience the end of the world as we know it with these seventeen tales of horror, survival, and hope. The world ends in a frenzy of death and miasma of terror, but what will become of the remnants of humanity?
Seventeen tales of post-apocalyptic survival horror!
Resistance by Stephen Coghlan
First Swarm by J.D. Sanderson
Heatwave by Aaron E. Lee
Megan by J.D. Kellner
Against the Darkness by Stephen Coghlan
Love Song by Rachel Ford
The Brood by Ian Fairgrieve
The Other Side by Michael D. Nadeau
The Sheltered Isle by Benjamin Hope
Echoes of Faith by Alan Provance
The Badlands by Crystal L. Kirkham
Rian’s Path by D.W. Hitz
The Forgotten by A.A. Rubin
Weed Wacker by David Wickenden
Surviving Humanity by Ian Fairgrieve
The Kings of New York by A.A. Rubin
A Final Longing by Stephen Coghlan
The Frontier: the line between civilization and the unknown where pioneers rely on a strong will and a dead eye not big city laws.
A land where the sweat you shed makes a place yours, whatever lines the government draws on a map; where everyone knows putting on a badge doesn't make a sheriff better than everyone else; where the divide between legend and reality isn't always where it seems.From aging settlers who miss the days when the town only had one street to decent folk who become gunslingers, from lawmen who find the solidity of the railroad is no protection from the devil to practical men who discover some monsters are more than heathen superstition, these nine tales will show you the West that was, that might have been, and might be again.
Each story in this anthology takes you along a different trail, but they share the grit and adventure that built the frontier.
"Hangman’s Knot" by Kevin M. Folliard
"Mystery Train" by Misha Burnett
"Llano Estacado" by Jackson Kuhl
"Dusk Woman" by J. Conrad Matthews
"Josephine’s Revenge" by Damito Huffman
"Such is the Nature of the Change" by Stephen M. Coghlan
"Absolution" by Patrick Winters
"Through Dry Places" by Dave Higgins
"The Amarillo Job" by Jeffrey L. Blehar
When an unsuspecting young man from California instigates a comedic social media campaign to storm Area 51—the site of alien legend—little does he realise that this small action will bring about the end of the world as we know it.
Millions of people line up outside the gates of the military base in Rachel, Nevada, and when the Storming begins, it’s a bloodbath.
“The screaming...the blood...the bits of flesh... I'll never forget it.” - Emily Sparrow, 28
“I thought the Naruto run could outrun bullets. I was wrong. We were all wrong.” - Sexy_Kikashi_69
“Took me nineteen years, but I can finally say with certainty that aliens impregnated my wife. Mother f*****s.” - Earl Justice, 64
“The Donald sent me here. He's counting on me. I'm gonna make history.” - Kyle Koch, 48
The secrets hidden within the high security facility were unleashed upon the world with devastating effects for the whole of humanity.
This is the story of the ensuing alien invasion that almost wiped out the human populace on Earth, the struggle to rebuild, and the final annihilation.
Eddie D. Moore
Mason Harold Hilden
Peter J. Foote
Raven Corinn Carluk
Sue Marie St. Lee
Vonnie Winslow Crist