Huntress by Stephanie Flint

Huntress by Stephanie FlintMixing the most superficial of events, a beauty contest, with the enduring question of when means justify ends and a young protagonist, Flint creates a cyberpunk tale that will appeal to both fans of techno-thrillers and young adult dystopias.


A Growing Trepidation

The Fears of a Clown submission window has been open for slightly over a week now and I’ve already received some very creative perspectives on the theme. However, there’s still plenty of opportunity to submit; I’m interested in great fiction not whether or not someone can get a story to me as fast as possible.

The Barker Beckons
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I’m looking for scary, thrilling, unnerving, or weird short stories featuring clowns; but ones where the clown isn’t the thing that’s scary, where there’s something worse. Full details here:

Life Through a Pain of Glass

History shows us over and over that atrocity doesn’t come solely from a single malevolent entity, unregenerate in their inhumanity, but also from ordinary people making imperfect choices in the face of an imperfect world. And so perhaps the path to a less imperfect world is to accept that those who oppose what we think is right seldom do so because they have decided to be evil.