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BHD's at it Too!

You see, never to be left out of it…now BHD’s gone and got something else into print….in Issue 4 of the Black Market Re-view which that was a link to, back there <. 83 more words


OPEN SUBMISSION: The Sirens Call - Issue 35 'The Classics' | #Horror #ClassicMonsters

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce its next open call…

The Classics

For the October issue of The Sirens Call eZine, we’re looking for horror stories, prose, and poetry celebrating classic monster stereotypes. 244 more words

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Systems Engineering increases project efficiency whilst reducing costs

by Christine Easterfield@Cambashi_Chris, LinkedIn 
and Peter Thorne, @Cambashi_Peter, LinkedIn

Our research and consultancy engagements take us to many different corners of industry. The design and engineering software that we focus on is the foundation of a host of products and processes, whether that is a design workshop, an industrial production line or a construction site. 329 more words


Issue #21: PhotoFlash 1—Eleven Visions

11 images.

11 authors.

11 stories.

I posted several images and asked for authors to pick an image on a first come/first  serve/calling shotgun basis and then send me their story plots. 215 more words

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Mr. Somewhere, by C.M. Crockford

The doors of Sebastian’s opened and I spilled out along with a hundred other goth kids. Trish and Thomasina wanted to keep the night going but after some snuck-in tequila and endless dancing to “No Love Lost” (I could still feel the hands of that asshole who’d tried to grab me), I begged off and snuck away to the back alley for a cig. 1,237 more words

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She Who Controls the Wind, by Kenneth C. Goldman

Trista led the young man to the mountaintop. That morning he  had made the dark-haired beauty his wife, and she understood she must bring him to this exact spot before she could give herself to him.  790 more words

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Stone Cold Beauty, by Diane Arrelle

Electra used to shudder every night at bedtime.

She needed her beauty sleep, but hated sharing her bed with that gnome-like creature; all ears and nose and lips with a belly so big she was afraid he’d suffocate her if he moved up on her and covered her face. 1,020 more words

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