A new story is up on the Microstory A Week site.
Thomas Michael McDade penned this week's story, Weber-o-lantern, where war, guilt and other life-dark elements are the topic of a profanity-laden, heated jailhouse conversation.
Check this short story out, comment on it, if you're so inclined. =)
I am in need of new stories for the Microstory site, if you or anyone you know is looking to get published somewhere other than their blogs.
I'm a big fan of speculative fiction/horror/anything that mixes genres (particularly Ray Bradbury, Chuck Palahniuk, Douglas Adams, Richard Matheson, Clive Barker, Harlan Ellison), but I'm also open to other mainstream elements.
Here's the guidelines.
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(2009: second novel in the Agent Leo Demidov trilogy) From the inside flap : "Soviet Union, 1956. Stalin is dead, and a violent ...
(hb; 1975: third novelette in The Chronicles of Amber quintology) From the back cover " He who rules Amber rules the one t...