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SUBMISSIONS CLOSED: The Sirens Call – Issue #28 ‘Terrifying Tales’

Submissions for the 28th issue of The Sirens Call, looking for short stories, flash fiction, and poetry that embody the theme of ‘Terrifying Tales’, are closed. 48 more words

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Join Us- Become a Kindaholy Contributor

Our e-zine is a collaborative one; this means that as well as producing our own content, we want artists from all over the world contributing to our blog. 227 more words

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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


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.


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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