By Dan Klefstad “I was starving, I couldn’t help it.” Camilla wipes blood from her chin and points. “He’s in the car.” “How could you be starving?” I put my stump in one jacket sleeve while my left arm hurriedly finds the other hole. “You had at least six pints before you left the house.”… Continue reading A Siring
Selection of fiction works we've published this year. July The Caretaker (Dan Klefstad / short story—chapter excerpt / horror, thriller) Hauptsturmführer Fillenius (Dan Klefstad / short story / horror, thriller) Riven Cage (K. E. / flash / horror) June Pen & Pedagogy (K. E. / flash / realism, satire) Roadkill (D. A. Estringel / short story /… Continue reading Fiction Recap 2019 [#2]
The interest in Charles Brockden Brown and his works arises largely from his ranking position among American Prose Writers. Hence, it is not expected that an estimate, somewhat extended and somewhat critical, of his writings is likely to become popular. No other than this, save very brief sketches of Brown and of what he has… Continue reading Notes On Charles Brockden Brown: A Study Of Early American Literature by Martin S. Vilas (1904)
THE LOGOS FICTION CIRCULAR is a weekly series which collects independent fiction from around the web so as to treat their works to a wider audience. Recommendations for new author/publisher inclusions are welcome. §00. Editor’s note: Links affixed to author/publisher’s name (if any) will redirect to author/publisher social media; links affixed to story/article titles will redirect… Continue reading Fiction Circular 7/4/19
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.
(continued from part 5) "She was convinced that this... thing, was real. She was obsessed with it. In her last days, she spoke of nothing else." "Poor woman. How was it she... ah, forgive me. I shouldn't pry." "You were going to ask how she died? Its alright. Its seldom I get to speak of… Continue reading The Journal of Wayer Farley | Part 6
(continued from part 4) He smiled ever so slightly, as if the act were difficult for him and then removed two cheap shot glasses from the same desk drawer which had previously held the ambered and aromatic liquid and filled them halfway full and slid one across the table to me. I picked up the… Continue reading The Journal of Wayer Farley | Part 5