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Issue #18: Mark My Words: Prophesy, Signs, and Portents

Yes, I know. It’s been awhile. Life has thrown me a series of knuckleballs that body (and brain) slammed me. My last semester of university was a nightmare, but I got through… and have a nice expensive piece of paper to show for it. 443 more words

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Bell Canyon, by Colin Rowe (micro-fiction)

Through the fog of Bell Canyon, up the twisting forest roads, the smugglers’ oxen pulled their wagons. They came with barrels of powder under barrels of fish; pikes stacked in lumber; swords wrapped in cloth. 228 more words

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20 Things to Do, by Dina Leacock (short story)

This story was previously published in Siren’s Call in 2013

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Sheila put down the cards and looked out the window. She’d done three readings already and all predicted sadness, regret, terror and the world ending in a flash of brilliant light. 2,084 more words

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The Prophet's Mistress, by Rachel Ingraham (drabble)

At the edge of the feral continent, she finds a door. It is bare as a stagecraft prop, just frame and painted planks in coastal wind. 97 more words

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Toys, by Michael A. Kechula (flash fiction)

This story was previously published in Weird Year Magazine in July, 2010.

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When my wife left town to visit her sick mother, I hired a sitter and went to see a priest. 1,083 more words

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Four Haiku, by Denny Marshall (poetry)

the future will bring
changed continents and ranges
oh, what a good time

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the planets align
during the end of the world
sign of the future… 41 more words

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Voices and Tarot, by Kally Jo Surbeck (drabble)

Before me lays the spread. My traitorous blood quickens and sweat betrays my dread. How do I give this reading? For she’s in danger still.  The man who sought to silence her is not among the dead.  151 more words

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