Check out my short story "Forgotten Roots" on the Skyjacks Podcast.
Review—The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones
If you enjoy horror, this is a great psychological slasher that keeps tension building upon tension. Give it a chance, and may it be your gateway to Indigenous spec-fic!
“Soul Sisters” by Brandann R. Hill-Mann — Anathema Magazine, Issue 8
My short horror story, "Soul Sisters" is among some very fine company at Anathema Magazine. I poured a lot of myself into this story, and I am so proud of it. You can read the whole issue online for free. If you'd like to support Anathema, consider purchasing an e-book copy.
A beautifully written, heartbreaking, and definitely creepy story written by Ken Liu.
The Algorithms for Love — PseudoPod #647
The water coalesced around the woman’s lower half, twirling into a spire and propping her to standing as if the eel-like whip of her body could function as legs. She hummed, the sound dreamy and quiet, except it ground like rusty cogs turning in Anna’s head. "Sound the Siren" -- Brandann R. Hill-Mann
A short horror story based on Hans Christian Anderson’s "Steadfast Tin Soldier".
PseudoPod 630: Steadfast by Trisha L. Wooldridge
A beautifully crafted horror piece that will make you squirm. Head's up for explicit content.
PseudoPod 636: Hag Ride by Eden Royce
I really enjoyed Naheem’s story. It grapples with very important, hard issues. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Naheem is our last great exorcist.When you point this fact out to him, he barely blinks. It is a title he accepts, not with humility or even resignation, but with frustration. “We should... Continue Reading →
Podcastle 550: The Last Exorcist by Danny Lore
Ellie watches her husband from the front porch. He makes a lean shadow against the twilight, his arms outstretched, his heels lifting from the ground and dropping again. The wind rustles the branches of the trees overhead, their limbs picked clean of leaves, their roots bitten with cold. The windows rattleshake inside their panes, a... Continue Reading →