Category: Fiction

Confessional by George Lea

Faint but sharp; frost on the breeze, welcome after the sweltering Hell of Summer. He tried to avoid the attentions of other walkers; consciously emitting an aura of raw repulsion; a black cloud that swarmed around him like flies around a corpse. It worked, for the most part, those few […]

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THE BROKEN URN by Gerry Griffiths

“Cameron, get over here quick!” “Hold on.” Cameron swung his legs over the edge of the bed and shifted the phone to his other ear. “Now! I mean it!” “Jesus, Charlene, it’s two in the morning.” “I know that but I did something real stupid.” “Can’t it wait?”

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Angels Who Answer by George Lea

If I ever wanted this, I don’t remember why. Liar. If I ever loved this, I don’t remember when. Liar. They put me here; dragged me from my bed when I was barely sixteen . . . You called them; begged them to come. They came. I didn’t know. How […]

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Winter by Ron Spark

Crystalline Prisms of white; settle on vacant souls. Waiting for the ultra-violet embrace: of summer sunlit coals. Ron Spark is also a storyteller who doesn’t like to talk about himself. Make sure to check out his story in Dark Moon Digest 17. Make sure to check out all the other […]

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Untitled by Ron Spark

The flesh of a thousand lifetimes resides here in each and every one, Yet none are able to see where they have begun. So flows life with its many ripples, swirling into an endless abyss, only to discover nothingness. Ron Spark states that “he is the boring guy with an […]

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Trip Like I Do by Marc Nocerino

“Goddamnit Greta, stick that fucking knife in my gut or so help me God I will chew your eyes out” I growled at the dark beauty sitting in front of me, and for a second I might have actually meant it. “You’re sooooo melodramatic, Rick. If it weren’t so cute, […]

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Fear II: The Worm by Kyle Trujillo

Horror is a worm, slick and surely tunneling down to the core of your mind. The worm takes many paths, holds many faces, and is of many breeds, but the shape of its trail remains the same. The nest it makes becomes the size you allow for it, and fills […]

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Fear by Kyle Trujillo

Horror is not a creature of space crafts and cemeteries. Horror is not the product of blood and savagery. Surely there is a fear to be found among ghouls and lairs, but greater terror belongs to the simple objects of our lives. Pure horror is the mundane made awful. Given […]

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