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Front paws slick-cracked into Hume-same hands. Of crocodile likeness did the snout and jowls swell then expand—splitting tendon and muscle, renewed.
Wolves are howling, the sexual elite are prowling the bars, astronomers imbibe dangerous amounts of caffeine, and Pagans spend the night consumed by ritual.
It is very frustrating when our words go unnoticed. We've all got something to say, things that must needs be said because too few people will say them. As writers we don't have a responsibility, but a demand. Readers want something profound and something they can take to their friends/siblings/colleagues with a sudden urge to … Continue reading Saving the Earth, 5 Billion People at a Time…
'There is the promise of finality in her every tentative breath, the sporadic sighings, the intimation of ending.
Marilyn Monroe is dying. ' -Mort Castle
If you want a vampire-hobbit playing X-Box with Buddha on a spaceship headed for the Delta Quadrant, you still got some 'splainen to do.
Hunger. Insatiable hunger. Hunger that changes you…consumes you…turning you into a nightmare version of what you once were. Denver Horror Collective is looking for stories of the Wendigo. The point of view could be a person becoming the Wendigo, from a Wendigo, pursued by a Wendigo, or a witness to a Wendigo-esque situation unfolding. Submissions […] … Continue reading Open Call! CONSUMED: TALES OF THE WENDIGO — Denver Horror Collective
Denver Horror Collective will be disbursing several mini-grants (one $500 grant and five $100 grants) for dark fiction writers living in Colorado for all of 2019 until present to cover household expenses (i.e. groceries, utility bills, rent) as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please answer the following questions and include in an email to […] … Continue reading Denver Horror Collective Pandemic Fund Application — Denver Horror Collective
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