Just a few cool freebies today. May or may not update later today.
@The author's site: Where Beauty Lies in Wait: A Peadar Ó Guilín Sampler. A free collection of short stories. [via Free SF Reader]
"Hair," "Fairy Tale," "Where Beauty Lies In Wait," "Three Hearts, "The Mourning Trees," "Winter In Japan," "The Bag," "Fantasy Tongue-Twister," "The Evil-Eater, "A Screen Play: The Boy Who Cried Wo—," and "Fairy Fort."
@Tor.com: "Crazy Me" by James Patrick Kelly.
"'Wake up.' When Crazy Me rests a hand on my forehead, it jolts me from sleep. 'It’s raccoons.'
@Book View Cafe: "Iridescence" by Jay Caselberg (2003).
"In the city in the sky, Justin and Janessa wonder what prompts anyone to take the long walk. This story originally appeared in The Third Alternative."
@Munseys and Project Gutenberg: "Of Stegner's Folly" by Richard S. Shaver, from If Worlds of Science Fiction (March 1952).
"When a twenty-foot goddess walked out of the jungle, they knew Stegner wasn't kidding."
@Munseys and Project Gutenberg: "Tape Jockey" by Tom Leahy, from IF Worlds of Science Fiction (March 1954.)
"Pettigill was, you might say, in tune with the world. It wouldn't even have been an exaggeration to say the world was in tune with Pettigill. Then somebody struck a sour note...."
@Munseys and Project Gutenberg: "The Secret of Kralitz" by Henry Kuttner, from Weird Tales (Oct. 1936.)
"A story of the shocking revelation that came to the twenty-first Baron Kralitz"
@LibriVox: "The Wendigo" by Algernon Blackwood, read by Amy Gramour.
"A hunting party separates to track moose, and one member is abducted by the Wendigo of legend."
@Pendant Productions: Issue 33 of the Catwoman: Queen of Thieves.
"Hiro makes discoveries about himself as a typical day turns extraordinary!"
@Pendant Productions:Issue 64 of the Batman: The Ace of Detectives.
"Surprises step out of the shadows as Gotham reels from the shock of Gordon's retirement!"
@Flashes in the Dark: "The Cost" by Jim Bronyaur.
@365 tomorrows: "The Daily Commute" by J. Rohr.
@Weirdyear: "A Mermaid's Tale" by John D. Brooke.
@Daily Science Fiction: "Barb-the-Bomb and the Yesterday Boy" by Julian Mortimer Smith.
@Pappy's Golden Age Comics Blogzine: "The Werewolf's Victims" and "Death Sentence" horror (1954).
@The Comic Book Catacombs: Camilla in "The Flame Queen and the Witchman" Adventure.
@Diversions of the Groovy Kind: "Creeps" from Creepy #78. B&W horror.
@Atomic Kommie Comics: Part two of "Barbarella"
@Digital Comics Museum: Fight Comics #8 and Fight Comics #33.