Stone City Old as Immeasurable Time by Kelda Crich
“Do you think that the old one will give you your children back and that you will be happy, again? Elizabeth, she is not what you think.”
Monstrovarious by Adam Armstrong
Gasps rang out, chairs squealed, and through the light that bounced back at the audience, a few dreamy smiles broke out on returning customers’ faces. It happened the same way every time.
A Means for the Journey by Erin Cole
Venturing through yellowroot and bayberry, I happen upon a small animal trail. No sun or moon glows overhead, only the thick pewter haze of clouds above. This can’t be a dream, though it feels as if I’m not completely within my own skin.
The Summer I Fell in Love by Aaron Polson
There had been rumors and whisperings at The Rise and Shine Café, low muttered grumblings from the old men skinny from too many cigarettes and sharp-eyed from distrust of outsiders.
Clotho by L.S. Johnson
Mother and daughter drag their stools close, both holding their cups close to their faces, inhaling the steam. The loom fills most of the room, the warp strung in the heddles limp-tight, limp-tight, baskets of yarn-wrapped shuttles spilling out onto the floor.
My Siren by Amelie Daigle
Labyrinth of Sand by Sandi Leibowitz
Looking-Glass Lover by Sara Norja
The Bitter Gourd’s Fate by Anne Carly Abad