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Rusalka and the Titanic

I boarded the ship at Southampton, on England’s southern coast, a city they called Gateway to the World.  It was appropriately named. New worlds would indeed open to those that dared sail on the Titanic’s maiden voyage. 1,367 more words

Daily Prompt

Dracul Van Helsing reblogged this on Dracul Van Helsing and commented:

An excellent, original, unique and totally different short story about the sinking of that great and mighty “unsinkable” ship The Titanic.

[#004] Zmiany vol. 2 - "Rebranding"

Moje ostatnie 2,5 miesiące życia były niezwykle intensywne. Działo się tak dużo, że aż mam wrażenie jakiejś dylatacji czasu. Wydaje mi się, że wydarzenia z początku stycznia wydarzyły się, ho, ho, ho, lata temu… 474 more words


Release day: Sirens & Scales

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From the darkest skies to the deepest seas, dive into a breathtaking collision of mermaids, dragons, sirens, and more in SIRENS & SCALES, a unique Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance Collection! 232 more words

Slavic Myths and Human Monsters

A review of David Demchuk’s The Bone Mother (ChiZine, 2017)
By Derek Newman-Stille

David Demchuk’s The Bone Mother brings together snippets of strange lives into a tale that hints at connections between these individual stories and provides shadows of a larger narrative tying them together. 286 more words

Fiction Book Reviews

Delvera Items - 9/12/17

Delvera Items is a recurring column covering minor news in the Grand Republic.

COLONIA – The Grand Republic purchased a web domain, Delvera.org, on August 22. 223 more words

Dylan Callahan


In the blue glow of the Atlantis Lounge on Waymouth Street, a small gathering chatted away while waiting for the Cabaret Fringe performance Rusalka to begin. 311 more words