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Interveiw With Ash

Where are you from? Tell me a bit about yourself. What is your name, age, and disease/invisible illness/mental health? My name is Ash. I’m from New York and I’m 16 years old. 955 more words

Short Story Review: "Bodies and Heads" by Steve Rasnic Tem

2 of 5 stars.

This tale presents a unique form of zombie expanding the definition toward the breaking point. These “zombies” seem alien, if not Lovecraftian, compared to most forms in that they arrange their body parts disassociating from some parts as if they suffered from the very real neurological condition of Alien Limb Syndrome in which a limb acts independently of the person conscious mind. 135 more words

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What is dysmorphia?

For me, it’s not about looking in the mirror and seeing a different, larger person. It not about looking at all. It’s about  218 more words


OH S**T, BOOBS! (#TWMackey #001)

This is Mackey’s first solo blog. You can find her on Twitter @Mackey4Saw.

So, astute readers may have noticed some photos of me floating here and there across the internet, specifically on this site, but God only knows where those watermark-less bastards may have gotten by now. 807 more words


Short Story Review: "Like Part of the Family" by Jonathan Maberry

Like Part of the Family by Jonathan Maberry
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

While most detectives in such stories solve the main case at hand, not all own the case with such a deep sense of allegiance to the client. 154 more words

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Short Story Review: "Signatures of the Dead" by Faith Hunter

Signatures of the Dead by Faith Hunter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A quiet Appalachian town is rocked by the gruesome murder and partial consumption of a young family of 5. 167 more words

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