Appearing in The Chamber November 12

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Two Dark Poems by Melody Wang: “Little Room” & “An Inopportune Time For”

Melody Wang currently resides in sunny Southern California with her dear husband and wishes it were autumn all year ‘round. She is a reader for Sledgehammer Lit and can be found on Twitter @MelodyOfMusings. Her debut chapbook “Night-blooming Cereus” is coming out on December 17, 2021 with Alien Buddha Press. 

“To Die Another Day” Dark Legendary Flash Fiction by John O’Donovan

Will Griffith is a secondary school teacher and poet. He has been published in Reach Poetry and Last Stanza, and has work forthcoming in Sledgehammer Lit, Amethyst Review, and Blood Moon Rising. In his spare time he enjoys walking by the sea and playing the blues.

Three Dark Poems by L. Meredith Chandler: “Shatter at Sand Pond”, “The Root Cellar”, and “Autopsy of a Mistake”

L. Meredith Chandler is a native New Englander who grew up in Maine and now splits her time between the Maine woods and the Massachusetts coast. She holds a BA in English from Adelphi University and an MA in English from the University of Rhode Island. L. Meredith has been writing poems since age 10, with themes ranging on the darker side of life around family roots to addiction to the complexities of freedom and human emotion. Her first chapbook, The Human Heart and Other Chambers, will be completed this autumn.

Two Dark Poems by Serena Jayne: “Heart Heavy” and “Forever Haunt”

Born under the sun sign of Leo, Serena Jayne is naturally a cat person. Her short fiction has appeared in the ArcanistSpace and Time MagazineUnnerving Magazine, and other publications. She tweets @SJ_Writer.

Two Dark Poems by Brianna Malotke: “I’m Still Here” and “Hug Your Mother”

Brianna Malotke’s most recent work can be found online at The Crypt, Witch House Amateur Magazine, and Dark Entries Journal. She has poems in the anthologies BeneathCosmosThe Deep, and Beautiful Tragedies 2. Looking ahead to 2022, she has two poems in the Women in Horror Poetry Showcase, “Under Her Skin,” published by Black Spot Books. 

“Nighthawks” Dark Fiction by Grove Koger

Grove Koger is the author of When the Going Was Good: A Guide to the 99 Best Narratives of Travel, Exploration, and Adventure, Assistant Editor of Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal, and former Assistant Editor of Art Patron.

Three Dark Poems by John Tustin: “Before Another Midnight of Mindless Work”, “I Think About Death All the Time”, and “We, the Many”

K. A. Williams lives in North Carolina and writes speculative, mystery/crime, general fiction, and poetry. She has been published in many magazines including Mystery Tribune, Trembling With Fear, Theme of Absence, Altered Reality, Yellow Mama, and View From Atlantis. Apart from writing, she enjoys rock music and CYOA games.

“The Man Who Was a Boy Made of Memories” Dark Science Fiction/ Horror by Samuel Feldstein

Samuel is a horror fiction writer hailing from the distant land of Iowa. (Or was it Idaho?) He now lives in Marfa, Texas with his partner and their cat, Joni. You can find him on Instagram or Twitter.

“Whack-a-Mole” Dark Poetry by Jake Sheff

Jake Sheff is a pediatrician and veteran of the US Air Force. He’s married with a daughter and six pets. Poems and short stories of Jake’s have been published widely. Some have even been nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology and the Pushcart Prize. His chapbook is “Looting Versailles” (Alabaster Leaves Publishing). A full-length collection of formal poetry, “A Kiss to Betray the Universe,” is available from White Violet Press.

Next Issue: November 19

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