Appearing in The Chamber December 17

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“Open Tuning” Horror by Harrison Kim

Harrison notes: “I live and write in Victoria, Canada.  Many of my stories are inspired by the years I worked as the teacher at a Forensic Psychiatric Hospital.  

“Multiplication Tables” Science Fiction by Travis Flatt

Travis Flatt lives in Tennessee. His stories appear in Ripples in Space, Bridge Eight, and other publications.

“My Crugantis” Horror by Jonathan Williams

Jonathan notes: “I’ve been writing for a long time. However, I recently realized that I write to process and understand myself and the world around me. I write for its freedom. And I write with the hope of finding my freedom outside the world of writing as well.”

“An Eye for an Eye” Horror by Andre P. Audette

Andre P. Audette is a little-known writer from a little-known town who writes about little-known subjects to explore the (little-understood) human experience. 

 

“The Caul” Dark Flash Fiction by Brooke Bannon

Brooke Brannon, a former crime reporter and escapee from the software industry, writes dark fiction that none of her family is allowed to read. Her nonfiction has won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, and her first US-published short story was nominated for a 2021 Pushcart Prize.

Interview with Author Thomas White

Thomas White has a triple identity: speculative fiction writer, poet, and essayist. His poems, fiction, and essays have appeared in online and print literary journals and magazines in Australia, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He is also a Wiley-Blackwell Journal author who has contributed essays to various nonliterary journals on topics ranging from atheism, the meaning of Evil, Elon Musk, Plato, The Matrix, and reality as a computer simulation. In addition, he has presented three of his essays to the West Chester University Poetry Conference (West Chester, Pennsylvania), as well as read his poetry on Australian radio.

Next Issue: December 31

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