§.23 Muscles burned and sweat dribbled to the floor as Harmon reached sixty pull ups. The sound of footsteps echoing off the cool concrete failed to deter. Only when Marla spoke his name did he drop from the exposed steel ceiling beam and turned to face the interloper. Marla's eyes roamed to the man's pale,… Continue reading The Silence & The Howl | Part 23
Healy, T. (2019)_Hinterland_PDF Ebook Click link above to access a downloadable PDF of T. R. Healy's novella, Hinterland.
Dannato, G. (2019)_Apostasy [PDF] | 36 pages | novella | fantasy The linked volume above is a PDF of the baroque fantasy novella Apostasy, written by Giovanni Dannato and compiled by Kaiter Enless. A EPUB edition will be forthcoming. You can read the sequel, The Warlord, here.
§.22 Harmon pulled into the parking lot of the northeastern shopping center, its glassy, odd-angling facade shimmering with the solis like molten crystal. He squinted against the glare, put on his sunglasses, checked his wrist watch, exited the vehicle and headed for the pet food store. It loomed a story above every other building, its… Continue reading The Silence & The Howl | Part 22
§.21 The blue sheen swept over Harmon's pallid skin as he pulled on a pair of latex gloves and clicked on the login screen of Sprawls' ConneXt account. Harmon still remembered the password from when Sprawls had once asked him to login into his social media via the former's computer to update his followers on… Continue reading The Silence & The Howl | Part 21
By Dana Rosenberg Recently, I sat down with Broken News founder, CEO and chief editor, Boeotian Boerehater, to discuss the inspiration behind the company, the reason for its name and where he plans to take it in the future. What follows is a transcript of our correspondence, edited for clarity. Dana: Hi, Bo, thanks for… Continue reading Why ‘Broken News?’
By Boeotian Boerehater Reasons why the semiaquatic rodent, Castor canadensis, more commonly known as the beaver, have begun attacking and consuming humans have proved elusive. However, the rise in flesh-eating beaver attacks could be due to anthropogenic climate change, according to renowned feminist glaciologist and poststructural biologist, Silvia "Free Bird" Greengrass. In a recent column for… Continue reading Flesh-Eating Beavers Could Hunt Down More Humans Due To Climate Change