Monday, April 30, 2012

Carrion Folk at Bewildering Stories

I've been somewhat off the grid as of late, but that's only because I've been busy writing and submitting work to publications. So I guess that's an acceptable excuse. And new work will be appearing in a slew of online mags. That's what's called a happy-happy, joy-joy dance time.

Anyway, one spanking new tale can be found in the latest issue of Bewildering Stories. Stop by and read all about the Vulture Man and the soft-hearted folk he's hunting in "Carrion Folk."

There's also a poem, Aurora Over Iceland, by a writer who should be familiar to most of you, Oonah V. Joslin. Check it out.

Many thanks to editor, Don Webb.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, that was a chilling tale of domestic darkness. Not to leak spoilers, that was a great scene to place the woman's attempted escape, and the Vulture Man was an excellent way to depict 'that character,' almost Gunslinger-ish. The dime in the phone booth...I'm thinking 1970's?
    Keep up your groove!