Sunday Short Stories

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Sunday Short Stories is a weekly Random (because New Bebe) post that shares some of the best short stories out in the ‘verse.  So grab a coffee, settle deep into your favorite chair, and enjoy the escape.


This is a little blurb/video/write up on what sounds like an amazing premise for a book, which I will definitely be reading!  Canadian Prairie Futurism : Looking at Tomorrow without Forgetting the Past Annalee Newitz

I am just in love with Uncanny and cannot recommend their magazine enough.  Check out Sarah Gailey’s City of Villains: Why I Don’t Trust Batman

Philip Pullman wrote a prequel to His Dark Materials! I just about dies when I read this. That series is one of the best I have ever read. I cannot wait to dive in to The Book of Dust October 19, 2017. Until then you can greedily read an excerpt here.

Lastly, check out my art/writing project, The Cunning Crow! The Cunning Crow is a fantasy fan-fic Newspaper, reporting on fantastical news from a city hidden just outside Kamloops, BC, called Umbra.  I have two issues out now, and am take a small break before starting issue three.

If you want MORE to read this fine Sunday morning, go scroll through all my past Sunday Short Stories or Poetry Send Off.


THE CUNNING CROWCheers~ Trish

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Sunday Short Stories

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Sunday Short StoriesSunday Short Stories is a weekly Random (because New Bebe) post that shares some of the best short stories out in the ‘verse.  So grab a coffee, settle deep into your favorite chair, and enjoy the escape.

 

I really like Uncanny Magazine, Fridays Poem was from them, and today’s short story is too. You can read Sun, Moon, Dust by Ursula Vernon OR listen to it during the Uncanny Podcast then listen to an interview with Ursula Vernon, which is pretty cool.

This one gave me a chill, mostly because I am a new mother and the…. wait,  no, you should just read Monster by Katherine Searle. It definitely delivers on everything short fiction should, with a sharp twang on the heartstrings.

After the somber tones of the above story go to Visit Pandora, just to cleanse your palate and be wowed by its shear awesomeness.



Happy Reading! ~ Trish

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