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"Two-Face": New fiction by Philosopagus

He sat in the velvety seat. And stood back up. The sun, fading to a distant point. He closed the shades over his painted window. Yes. 31 more words

The Hanged Man

“It’s over.”

“It never is.” Kevin got up, eyes still on his shoes, and left. His lessening shape moved into his room – a featureless, grey box – and the door silently slammed. 538 more words

Story Published in Agave Magazine

Although I write both poetry and fiction, fiction has always been my first love. So it gives me great pleasure to announce that my first published short story, “Full Court Drama,” is appearing in the Winter Issue of… 190 more words


Diane Remained

Diane’s bitter coffee had long gone flat and cold, and the sun had only minutes ago lazily pierced the gray morning sky with middling beams of tarnished bronze. 1,908 more words



The Alchemy Press is delighted to announce Evocations by James Brogden, a collection of this fine writer’s horror and weird tales. Evocations will be available in July. 15 more words

Alchemy Press

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'Evocations' by James Brogden - new Alchemy Press title announced for the summer!

Scenes from a Domestic Life in China, Part One: Hosting a Guest

Friday late I received an email from one of the foreign English teachers. She would be flying into Taiping International early Saturday and leaving from Harbin East Train Station late that same day. 2,206 more words


Breakfast Company

Paul was hunched over his plate of bacon and eggs. His jacket was tightly buttoned.

The air inside the café was thick with coffee steam, the scent of hot fat, and vapour from slowly drying coats and scarves. 1,081 more words