Dark Fiction

Dark Fiction by Dylan Webster “Shadow Dance”

“Shadow Dance” Dark Fiction by Dylan Webster

Dylan Webster (he/him) lives and writes in the sweltering heat of Phoenix, AZ. He is the author of the poetry collection Dislocated (Quillkeepers Press, 2022), and his poetry and fiction have appeared, and are forthcoming in, anthologies by Quillkeepers Press and Neon Sunrise Publishing; as well as the journals The Dillydoun Review, Last Leaves, The Cannons Mouth by Cannon Poets Quarterly, and Amethyst Review.

Dylan has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize as well as the Best of The Net.

"Mona" Dark Romance by Vladislav Ceperkovic

“Mona” Dark Romance by Vladislav Ceperkovic

Inspired by existentialists, spiritualists, and horror artists, Vladislav Ceperkovic works as a business development manager and web developer. He likes to entertain and explore stories with characters and worlds in order to better understand himself while listening to old blues records.

"Beefeater" Dark Western Fiction by Joshua Mertz

“Beefeater” Dark Western Fiction by Joshua Mertz

Joshua Mertz is the son of a rocket scientist and a word savvy mother. He has had short stories published in Amazing Stories, Aboriginal Science Fiction, New Maps, and three in the award-winning Halloween anthology Harvest Tales and Midnight Revels.

“Stained Snow” Dark Flash Fiction by Townsend Walker

Townsend Walker draws inspiration from cemeteries, foreign places, violence and strong women. A collection of short stories, “3 Women, 4 Towns, 5 Bodies & other stories,” Deeds Publishing, 2018. A novella, “La Ronde,” Truth Serum Press, 2015.
Over one hundred short stories and poems published in literary journals.
Website: https://www.townsendwalker.com

“Pay at the Pump” Dark Fiction by Kay Summers

Kay Summers is an emerging fiction author with a 20+ year career in communications. She’s written on behalf of others for so long that she started writing fiction to make sure she still had a voice. She does.

"Wake Up" Dark Fiction by Alejandro Gonzales

“Wake Up” Dark Fiction by Alejandro Gonzales

Alejandro Gonzales is a horror author residing in Northern California with stories in publications such as Trembling With Fear, The Drabble, and Cerasus Magazine. 

"Siren of Souls" Dark Fantasy by Felicia Change

“Siren of Souls” Dark Fantasy by Felicia Change

Felicia Change graduated with a BA in Creative Writing and her work has appeared in the YOU magazine and Coffin Bell. When she isn’t carving stories, she is traveling, exploring museums, or on the lookout for a dog to pet. You can find her online @feliciachange

"After Hours" by Alan Catlin

“After Hours” Dark Fiction by Alan Catlin

Alan Catlin is primarily known for poetry but that doesn’t prevent him for mixing and matching prose and poetry as the subject allows.  He has published dozens of full length book and chapbooks, mostly poetry, over the years. Although he is not a genre writer he has somehow managed three Rhysling Prize nominations and a Bram Stoker Award nomination He didn’t win either award.

“The Power of the Pale God Compels You” By Joe Jablonski

Joe writes out of Charlotte, NC. His work has been published in over 40 markets including K-zine, Strange Constellations, and Liquid Imagination, as well as having been twice nominated for the Pushcart prize. You can check out his blog at jablonskijoe.blogspot.com.

"Anatomy of Ruin" Apocalyptic Semi-Horror Existential Comedy by Stacey E. Bryan

“Anatomy of Ruin” Apocalyptic Semi-Horror Existential Comedy by Stacey E. Bryan

Stacey Bryan has worked at a dude ranch, as a gymnastics coach, an editor for a former Buddhist monk, and now closed captioning. Her work has appeared in Ginosko, The Rag, Eclectica, and the International Human Rights Art Festival, among others. She is working on Day for Night, a paranormal comedy series.

"The Event" by Kate Bergquist

“The Event” Sci-fi Horror by Kate Bergquist

Kate Bergquist has an MA in Writing and Literature from Rivier University in New Hampshire. Insurance
agent by day, dark fiction writer by night, her short fiction has appeared in The Chamber Magazine and
other periodicals. She finds inspiration along the Maine coast, where she lives with her husband and several old rescue dogs.

“Shift of Doom” by Alan Catlin

Alan Catlin is primarily known for poetry but that doesn’t prevent him for mixing and matching prose and poetry as the subject allows.  He has published dozens of full length book and chapbooks, mostly poetry, over the years. Although he is not a genre writer he has somehow managed three Rhysling Prize nominations and a Bram Stoker Award nomination He didn’t win either award.

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