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“The Spotted Growth” – the March 2019 short story

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“Blackheart The Undying” – the February 2019 short story

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“Inside the Coil” – The January 2019 short story

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“A Krampus Christmas” – the December 2018 short story

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“The Wendigo” – the November 2018 short story

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Thank you

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. I just wanted to let you know how appreciative I am for all of your support this past year and a half.  From the nervousness of clicking “launch” on my first kickstarter and hoping to at least get a single pin funded, to launching the Evil Pin Club, to the massive delays […]

“The Great Pumpkin” – the October 2018 short story

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Losing the fight, but not losing hope

I spent most of Saturday, like most of you, dealing with disappointment, anger, frustration, and the longing for justice. Whether you want to call it voting against women, not believing sexual assault survivors, or political cronyism, the confirmation of Kavanaugh to the Supreme(ly Unjust) Court of the United States is a terrible blow to any […]

“Pseudopods in Summer” – The September 2018 short story

  Oscar raced down the gravely road, his bike tires spitting up tiny rocks and dust in his wake.  He didn’t need to turn back to know his pursuers were still trailing behind him. “I’m gonna kill you!”  Oscar wasn’t sure if that was Nelson or one of his cronies, but Oscar was definitely not […]

“The Rising Cost of Living in the Bay” – the July 2018 short story

Anita strapped her son into the car seat.  He was barely conscious, sliding his tiny arms and legs through the straps his mother held for him out of routine.  Anita smiled. Kevin must have tuckered himself out at the office day care today. He had recently learned how to play tag, and would run himself […]