Now Posted: Goblin Fruit Autumn 2012 featuring fantasy poetry.
- "The Vigil" by Mike Allen.
- "Blueshift" by Sonya Taaffe.
- "A body that is bold to come" by Rose Lemberg.
- "Stone" by Kelly Rose Pflug-Back.
- "Feral" by Ruth Jenkins.
- "In the Sun-Sweet Desert" by Alex Dally MacFarlane.
- "lisa" by Brock Marie Moore.
- "Vigor Mortis" by C. W. Johnson.
- "The Last Wife" by Jennifer Crow.
- "Cardiomythology" by Virginia M. Mohlere.
- "Kingdom" by Rachel Dacus.
- "Obscured by Madness" by Gary W. Feather.
- "From the Depth" by Sam Best.
- "The Crystal Ghost" by Matt Spencer.
- "Living the Lie " by J. I. Charles.
- "Lord of Snakes" by John Rovito.
- "Microwave" by P. C. Van Slyke.
- "In Shadows I'm Gone" by Evan Davies.
- "Indigo Puree" by Connley (Lee) Landers.
- "Sleeping Dogs Lie" by I. Verse.
Via Pixel of Ink: The Girls From Alcyone by Cary Caffrey. Science Fiction.
At Amazon: Alien Hunter, Star Trooper by David Scholes. Science Fiction.
- "The Lady in the Forest" by Jeanne Olivier. Fantasy. 4k.
- "Destined To Be Damned" by David Blake. Fantasy. Horror. 1k.
- "Army of Skeletons" by W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh. Urban Fantasy. 11k.
- "The Green Loch" by W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh. Urban Fantasy. 4k.
- "Mondays with Langford" by Johnny Rivas. Horror. Humor. 2k.
At 365 Tomorrows: "The Uprising" by Bruce Meyer. Science Fiction.
At Flashes in the Dark: "Hollow" by Mike McLaren. Horror.
At Escape Pod: "Some of Them Closer" by Marissa Lingen. Science Fiction.
"Coming back to Earth was not the immediate shock they expected it to be for me. It was something, certainly, but I’d been catching up on the highlights of the news as it cascaded back to the ship on our relativistic return trip"
At LibriVox: "The Chapter Ends" by Poul Anderson. Science Fiction.
"Far, far in the future the Earth is still spinning around the Sun, on the edge of the galaxy, dozing in obscurity, forgotten by it's trillions of progeny and completely irrelevant."
At Online Pulps Site: "Ace Killer" by Bruce McAlester from Sky Fighters, May, 1937 and "Harlequin's Death Mask" by Lawrence Treat from Ten Detective Aces, Feb, 1941. [Pulp/Noir]