Appearing in The Chamber on June 25

The Chamber Magazine Cover June 25, 2021

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Interview with Author and Film/Video Game Producer Tim Carter

Tim Carter is a writer of stories, video games, film and TV. He is known for MORTAL KOMBAT: LEGACY,
the DEAD RISING series of movies, and the award-winning video game SLEEPING DOGS. He lives in
Vancouver, Canada with his wife, two dogs, and a disgruntled cat.

“A Grim Fairytale” Fiction by Louis Sisto

Louis Sisto has been writing short stories and flash fiction for years as a personal hobby. Some of his work has been published on websites and online magazines such as Funny In Five Hundred, Slattery’s Art of Horror, White Liquor, and Winamop.

“Flesh” Poetry by Michael Brownstein

Michael H. Brownstein’s latest volumes of poetry, A Slipknot to Somewhere Else (2018) and How Do We Create Love? (2019), were published by Cholla Needles Press.

“Her Mother’s Others” Fiction by Dennis M. Kohler

Dennis M. Kohler is a native of Northern Utah. He has spent 30 years teaching philosophy, linguistics, learning theory and ESL at universities in the USA, Kuwait, and Korea. He was once a rugby coach, carpenter, painter, armored car driver, cook, bartender, teacher, firefighter, newspaper reporter and babysitter.

“Nature’s Trangression” Fiction by Thom Brucie

Thom Brucie’s books include the novels, Weapons of Cain and Children of Slate; a book of short stories, Still Waters: Five Stories; and two chapbooks of poems:  Moments Around the Campfire with A Vietnam Vet and Apprentice Lessons.

He has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize, and his short stories and poems have appeared in a variety of journals including The San Joaquin ReviewCappersThe Southwestern ReviewPacific ReviewWilderness House Literary ReviewNorth Atlantic Review, and many others.

Dr. Brucie is Professor of English at South Georgia State College.

This story first appeared in 2013 in the journal, North Atlantic Review.

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