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About Trina Jacobs
Trina Jacobs was born on Halloween. Her friends say that explains a lot.
She left her hometown after college, when she realized that there are places where winter lasts less than six months. She moved from central New York to Oklahoma, where she followed her dream of training horses and teaching riding lessons for several years before deciding that a steady paycheck might be nice.
Her work has appeared in a about a dozen magazines and anthologies. She is working on her first novel, an urban fantasy about vampires and werewolves and witches (oh my!)
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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
We all have a fascination for things that scare us—the thrill, the heart-stopping jump scares, the terrifying suspense. From the youngest age, we’re fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty. Horror is all around us, from the clowns who hide under our bed, to the things we might drag up from the brook at the bottom of the garden, and the zombies who crawl our streets.
As author, Megan Feehley, so beautifully says; there is beauty just before the terror…a silken breath taken before the spill of righteousness…the warmth of a licking flame preceding the scald.
So, close the drapes, check the locks, turn on all the lights and get comfortable. But don’t close your eyes…
Never close your eyes...
In Tails of the Pack, Steven E. Wedel has put together eleven of the best Werewolf stories by authors such as Mark Finn, Tiffani Angus, Frog and Esther Jones, and Aaron Smith. Keep those silver bullets handy, you’re going to need them.
Ten years ago we published Flush Fiction, Volume I: Stories to be Read in One Sitting. Now, only ten years later, we’re doing it again.
Once again these amazing writers are saying it in—well, most of them in less than a thousand words!
Dorothy is an old woman who keeps digging up her yard looking for her silver slippers.
She is working as a second story woman.
The Kansas girl is an online sex chat operator forced to wear gingham from head to toe to satisfy her twisted clientele.
Dorothy finds herself in the funny farm because she won’t quit insisting Oz is a really, real place.
Her evil doppelganger is trying to destroy all worlds.
Toto has made himself sick eating silver slippers
Dorothy Gale finds herself freeing flying monkey from a freak show…
These are just a few of the stories that make Dorothy wish she’d stayed in Oz.
Singleman brings his experience working in a VA hospital to create a vision of the future of the American soldier and civilian that’s both frightening and all too possible. As this issue’s featured story, “We Honor Those Who Serve” is matched by a moody, evocative cover illustration by Ken Knudtsen, creator of “My Monkey’s Name is Jennifer” (Slave Labor Graphics).
Other highlights of this issue include “Return to Nature,” a horrific tale of a man’s struggle to connect with the animal inside him, by Dylan Gilbert; “The Five and Dime Sinners,” Coy Hall’s examination of the lengths to which a high school girl will go to protect her boyfriend from the law; and “Honey Bee,” a fantasy tale following a Greek slave’s to escape the destruction of Pompeii, by Anna Sykora. In all, this issue features more than two dozen fantasy, mystery, horror, and science fiction stories and poems, including work by Trina Jacobs, Jeni Decker, Lyn Lifshin, John Hayes, Thomas Canfield, Jeff Hemenway, Floris Kleijne, Terrie Leigh Relf, Neil Weston, Tim Lieder, Nelson Kingfisher, D.R. Rice, Cecelia Chapman, J.M. Sirrico, Conda Douglas, Sharon Kae Reamer, W.C. Roberts, Adam Walter, and Stephen D. Rogers.