Little Brother, by Gryffyd Eamonn Dempsey 1

Little Brother, by Gryffyd Eamonn Dempsey
“Tell me again about when I was born,” he said. “Which time, my prince?” Yes, oh which time, little brother, she thought, though she knew. She had knitting in a basket in her lap but the King was absent from court and so his son had none but his sister for company, and his sister ...

Website: HP Lovecraft’s favorite words

http://cthulhuchick.com/wordcount-lovecraft-favorite-words/

Lazy Teenage Superheroes (short film) 2

Website: Propnomicon

“Propnomicon focuses on horror and fantasy props of interest to fans of H. P. Lovecraft and players of the ‘Call of Cthulhu’ role playing game. That includes items directly inspired by Lovecraft’s writing, DIY information for creating your own works, printable paper props, and source materials related to the 1920’s and 30’s, the ‘classic era’ ...

Three Destinies, by Gerry Huntman 1

Three Destinies, by Gerry Huntman
My name is Scaramouche, and I was made by Cimiar, the greatest alchemist of all time. Snick, snick. Bite sharp! Taste blood; drink deep. I am no ordinary dagger, oh, no. Not even for an enchanted blade. I was crafted by the master, and he had one, specific task for me. My sole purpose is to kill ...

The Film Maker and the Sceptre, by Robby Charters 2

The Film Maker and the Sceptre, by Robby Charters
Sir Gossabel mounted his steed, then beheld his opponent from across the field. What was going through the mind of that wretch, he could only guess. And what did Princess Gertrude see in him? He didn’t want to think. This duel would settle the matter. At the signal, the opponents goaded their horses, and they ...

‘The Easy River to Success’ by Mark Lord 2

'The Easy River to Success' by Mark Lord
Before dinner that Tuesday, I sat back in my leather-bound chair and indulged in a few moments of feeling quietly safisfied. Recently I had even felt the beginnings of optimism. After years of cloud and storm, the sun had broken through and I could at last bask in the success that I deserved. After all, ...

‘The Hero’s Wife’ by Michael Meyerhofer 1

‘The Hero’s Wife’ by Michael Meyerhofer
You don’t know me, but you know my husband. Likely, you heard about him fighting Shogun’s Bane, that undead dragon with a penchant for carrying off gorgeous but rather disagreeable virgins way back during the Year of Black Snow. Or else you read that epic poem detailing my husband’s battle against the four-armed Troll King. ...

'The Man in the Cowboy Hat' by Jude Coulter-Pultz 1

'The Man in the Cowboy Hat' by Jude Coulter-Pultz
It’s the same every night. The same nightmare every night for weeks. It never changes, and that makes it all the worse. In the nightmare, I’m only six years old. Even though I know I’m really sixteen, it doesn’t matter. You can only run so fast when you’ve got the legs of a kindergartner. In ...

"The Scroll of the 7 Roses" by David Kerschner

Illustration: “Dover Cat” © 2007 by Robert Sorensen It exploded off of the ceiling and went crashing down with a resounding bang that echoed around the chambers and shook the woodlands outside, jarring the blue jays from their midday rest. The tower shook in response, the earth grumbled in protest. A lithe feline made her ...