[Art from SQ Mag - linked below]
At L5R: "Between the Walls" by Robert Denton. Horror. Fantasy.
"My sister always remembered. Though she didn’t speak of it in all the years we served the Nasu family, she never forgot. In some ways, she was always still there. Trapped and forgotten, confused and lost. Between the walls."
Now Posted: SQ Mag Edition 5.
- "The Memory Eater" by Holly Day. Dark Fantasy/SciFi.
- "The Searchers Part 5 (final)" by MF Burbaugh.
- "Azurewrath" by Esme Carpenter. Dark Fantasy.
- "CSS" by Warren Goodwin. Science Fiction)
- "A Debt Called In" by Michael B Fletcher. Dark Fantasy.
- "Bottlenose" by Larry Lefkowitz. Science Fiction.
- At Daily Science Fiction: "Over There" by Dany G. Zuwen.
- At Every Day Fiction: "Thirsty?" by Jennifer Ripley. Horror.
- At 365 Tomorrows: "Lucky" by Sierra Corsetti. Science Fiction.
- At Yesteryear Fiction: "A Pale Green Blade" by William Maier. Fantasy.
At Drama Pod: Halloween Campfire Stories 2012 Episode 1. Horror.
"The Demons Treat" by Carol MacAllister. and "The Black Cat" by Edgar Alan Poe.
At LibriVox: Peter and Wendy by J. M. Barrie. Children's Fantasy.
"the classic story of Peter Pan, a mischievous little boy who can fly, and his adventures on the island of Neverland with Wendy and her brothers, the fairy Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, the Indian princess Tiger Lily, and the pirate Captain Hook."
At PodCastle: "Skulls in the Stars" by Robert E. Howard. Sword and Sorcery/Dark Fantasy.
"'The swamp road!' Kane stared at the boy. He was a tall, gaunt man, was Solomon Kane, his darkly pallid face and deep brooding eyes, made more sombre by the drab Puritanical garb he affected."
At Radio Drama Revival: Episode 302 – A Son’s Long Trip Home, and a Dark Ride
"a man sits at the brink of existence – not quite dead, not quite alive – and is haunted in this in-between place by the voice of his father." and "a run-down carnival gets a brand new ride. The ride of a lifetime. But is the magician that runs said ride worth trusting?"
At StarShipSofa: "Nimbus" by Peter Watts.
"She's been out there for hours now, listening to the clouds. I can see the Radio Shack receiver balanced on her knees, I can see the headphone wires snaking up and cutting her off from the world."
Audio at LibriVox: When Knighthood Was in Flower by Charles Major. Historical Fiction.