Goblin, Benjamin Allocco
While investigating a young woman’s death, a psychic encounters an unexpected supernatural entity.
Benjamin Allocco’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Massacre Magazine, 9Tales Told in the Dark, The Conium Review, The Fanzine, Fiction Southeast, and Prick of the Spindle. He received his MFA from Minnesota State University, Mankato, and currently lives in Upstate New York. He is an adjunct instructor of Creative Writing at SUNY Oswego.
My Three Sons, J.G. Grimmer
Mad doctor & his sinister assistant give new & horrible life to high school athletes.
J.G. Grimmer resides in Richmond, MI and has been writing since what used to be called junior high school. His interests are varied, and he enjoys reading horror, science fiction, mystery, and history books. His fiction has previously appeared in Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine and Aphelion.
Can Never Be Put Right Again, Kevin Edwin Stadt – How can we be sure we won’t make our own worst fears a reality?
Kevin Edwin Stadt earned his M.A. in teaching writing and his Ph.D. in American literature. He teaches writing at Seoul National University of Science and Technology. Though he hails from a small town in Illinois, he now lives in the Korean countryside with his wife Hyunju and sons Skyler and River. His science fiction story “Lunar Escape” will appear in an upcoming anthology published by Bundoran Press entitled Lazarus Risen.
The Whisper Pond, Michael Hill – A little boy makes a simple wish: that his sister would go away.
Michael Hill has a BFA in screenwriting and has won several screenwriting awards, including Best Student Film from the Asheville Cinema Festival and Best Regional Feature at MonsterCon. He has had short fiction published in Heater Magazine (as Michael Welsh) and Creative Loafing Charlotte’s flash fiction contest.
I Feel My Nightmares Watching Me, Jessica Walker – The nightmares we’re afraid of might not be our own.
Jessica Walker is a writer from Pennsylvania who uses speculative fiction to unravel the world. Her short stories have been published in Eye Contact, Rune, and Flash Fiction Magazine. She also recently penned an essay for the anthology RE/CODED. Jessica currently works in the children’s department of a library, which provides inspiration for anything from a robot flash fiction to a horror poem. Her best work happens with a cup of coffee in hand.