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“The Park Bench” Fiction by Curtis Bass
Curtis A. Bass (Curtisstories.blog) is a writer of short stories in a variety of genres from the American South. He has been published in several online and print journals. When not writing he prefers to stay active ballroom dancing or downhill skiing. He is currently working on his second novel.
Interview with Author Titus Green
Titus Green was born in Canada but grew up in the UK. His short fiction has appeared in numerous online and print magazines, including The Collidescope, Adelaide Literary Magazine, HORLA, Literally Stories, Sediments Literary Arts, Stag Hill Literary Journal, Sediments Literary Arts and others. He teaches English as a foreign language for a living. His published writing can be found at titusgreenfiction.com.
“When Stanley Met Demon Fire” Fiction by Thomas White
Thomas White’s poems, fiction, and essays have appeared in online and print magazines in Australia, the United States, and Canada. In addition, he is a Wiley-Blackwell Journal author, and contributor to various non-literary journals on topics ranging from the meaning of Evil to reality as a computer simulation.
“Pride and Joy” Fiction by Julian Grant
Julian Grant is a filmmaker, educator, and author of strange short stories plus full-length novels/ non-fiction texts and comics. A tenured Associate Professor at Columbia College Chicago, his work has been published by Quail Bell, Avalon Literary Review, Crepe & Penn, Clever Magazine, Peeking Cat Literary Journal, Danse Macabre, Fiction on the Web, CafeLit, Horla, Bond Street Review, Free Bundle, Filth Magazine & The Adelaide Literary Magazine. Find out more about him at www.juliangrant.com.
“Midnight Ride” Fiction by Brendan Burton
Brendan Burton is a fledgling writer beginning to dip his toes in the murky water of publication. After being laid off in the COVID shutdowns, he took to constructing short fiction to pass his newfound free time and he’s been addicted ever since.
“Summer In Uummannaq” Fiction by Mark Mellon
Mark Mellon is a novelist who supports his family by working as an attorney. He has four novels and over seventy short stories (many as reprints) published in the USA, UK, Ireland, and Denmark. His short fiction has recently appeared in Thriller Magazine, Tigershark, Tall Tale TV, and Into The Ruins. A novella, Escape From Byzantium, won the 2010 Independent Publisher Silver Prize for SF/Fantasy. More information about his writing is available at: www.mellonwritesagain.com.“