And we end the final issue of Fear and Trembling with a macabre tale on the high seas. Bon voyage!
“The Blood Soaked Journal of Captain Killian”
by Patrick Fisher White
A sea story so salty that the Devil himself would turn away his eyes.
The first story of our Final Week Blitz is here, so check out F&T every day this week for a new story, poem, or column. Enjoy!
“A Slice of Life”
by Rhonda Porrett
How far will one chef go for culinary perfection?
“Frankenstein, My Father”
by Giovanna Lagana
Ignorance and blindness can create a monster in us and in others.
“A Show of Magic”
by Douglas T. Araujo
This time the show of magic went a little too far…
by Deborah Walker
by Stephen D. Rogers
When you hear something in a bar or while sitting around an open fire, it’s a rumor shared over drinks or flames. When you start to repeat the tale yourself, it starts to take on all the characteristics of fact.
by Geoffrey A. Landis
It’s a conspiracy
They’re controlling my brain
I can feel it.
“The Black Spot”
by Jonathan Garner
Is it a mere stain, or a doorway into a void where only darkness exists?
by WC Roberts
They foreclosed on the old place and I bought it
to flip when the market improved
but my transparent squatter won’t be
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