Short Fiction Round-Up #68
I apologize for the delay in this post. Normally it goes up the first Monday of the month, rounding up all the previous month's short fiction I suggested. I normally write the post the weekend before that first Monday. Unfortunately, I had a major power outage at my home, limiting my ability to do things like blog posts.
Hopefully this November you're still in the mood for creepy because October is the spooky month and I focused on that, for the most part. Not all of these stories are horror or dreadful, but they are all speculative under my SFF/H umbrella that I enjoy. I've sorted them by magazine. Enjoy!
Recipe by Tina S. Zhu was published by Fireside Fiction in September. It's a 500-word piece and I love the format!
The Arcanist published
Door to Door Detaial by Michael James in September. This short had good creeping dread factor.
Treat Me Like the Sea by Taylor Rae in September. Another creeping dread one about what we give of ourselves.
We Watch the Nimble Dancers by Megan W. Shaw in October. This one was so bittersweet!
The History Eaters by Marissa James is a surreal short story.
Lisa's Garden by Jennifer Hudak is a short story about emotion and expression.
Writer of spec fic.