• At Daily Science Fiction: "Dark Angel, Archangel" by Kevin J. Anderson. Fantasy.
"The train thundered toward him, its sharp light pinning him like a spear. He stood in the center of the tracks facing it, not moving. Defiant. Impotent. The night seemed to laugh around him."
• At HiLobrow: "The Man with Six Senses - Part 10" by Muriel Jaeger. Science Fiction. 1927.
"I went away and began to write an article setting out a philosophical view of Michael Bristowe’s peculiarity, so far as I had been able to form one."
• At Mad Scientist Journal: "Dr. Derosa’s Resurrection: Part II" by R.G. Summers. Science Fiction.
"Tt was almost as if my mother was still alive, but not quite. It was a soap opera twist gone horribly wrong. I had spent my whole life without a mother. It was only when Dad was apprehended by the Trongodian government police that I realized how much was missing from my life. By the time I turned thirteen, I was acutely aware of how badly my life sucked."
• Flash Fiction at 365 Tomorrows: "Birds of a Feather" by Desmond Hussey. Science Fiction.
• At Tale to Terrify: "www.sellyersoul2satin.hel" by William Markley O’Neal, narrated by James Phillips and Veronica Giguere. Horror.
No Description. Also poem, “Dr. Volmer” by Robert Payne Cabeen, narrated by Robert Neufeld
• At WMG Publishing: "Chameleon" by Kristine Katherine Rusch. YA Fantasy.
"The other kids call Wilhelmina “Cry-Baby Witch.” They’re right about one thing even if they don’t know it: she’s a witch, but she doesn’t have control of her magic yet. If she did, she’d protect all the animals in Mrs. Anderson’s room, but Willi can’t even protect herself"
- Audio The Classic Tales Podcast: "The Call of the Wild, part 5 of 5" by Jack London, narrated by B.J. Harrison. Parts One, Two, Three, and Four.
- Fiction at HiLobrow: "The Zayat Kiss - Part 1" by Sax Rohmer. Pulp. Noir.
- Flash Fiction at Every Day Fiction: "Moving Up" by L.A. Fields.
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