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Two Poems by K Kishmot
Price: Free! 520 words.
Published on April 3, 2012. .
Two poems by K Kishmot
The Jester and Other Stories by Adrian Sturgess
Price: Free! 4310 words.
Published on April 11, 2012. .
This is a collection of 6 short stories. The focus is very much towards heightened imagery and surreal or dramatic content. They are highly condensed but, I think you will find, memorable.
The Sea and the City by John Roman Baker
Price: $5.99 USD. 84520 words.
Published by Wilkinson House on April 16, 2012. .
THE SEA AND THE CITY is a novel, rich in symbolism and mystical imagery that demands an open mind and defies conventional interpretation. A young man enters the city and begins a spiritual and sexual quest. He discovers that the city is a place of polarization and of extremes. Hyper-masculinity rules and love is replaced by violent sexuality and sado-masochistic ritual.
Friday Afternoon by T.D. Johnston
Price: $2.99 USD. 11650 words.
Published on April 19, 2012. .
In a hurry, and stuck behind a dirty pickup truck on a lonely two-lane road in western North Carolina, corporate executive Bryce Stanford attempts a bad pass around the wrong guy. The events which follow will test his courage, his strength...and his soul. In the surreal tradition of The Twilight Zone, "Friday Afternoon" is an unforgettable journey into the inner reality of who a man really is.
The Scientist's Daughter by F. R. Donaldson
Price: $2.50 USD. 25030 words.
Published on April 20, 2012. .
Grief stricken Colin Patterson is willing to go to extraordinary lengths in order to save his daughter, despite the fact that she is already dead. It isn’t long before he wishes that he had left the dead in peace.
Illustrated with original artwork created by the author for the story, The Scientist’s Daughter is the first in a series of unique short, illustrated tales.
The Well Boiled Icycle by Barnaby Wilde
Price: $0.99 USD. 5340 words.
Published on May 3, 2012. .
35 New 'quirky' poems by Barnaby Wilde featuring Clockwork Wellingtons, Goldfish, Jugglers and Gingerbread Men, but not necessarily in that order, (and not a mention of elephants).
At Least There's No Traffic by Liam R.W. Doyle
Price: Free! 3530 words.
Published on May 3, 2012. .
This short story barrels through the humorously surreal as we see what happens when a battle-lord Wil Wheaton must go to arms against a monstrous John Scalzi.
Perchance to Dream by Peter Lukes
Price: $2.99 USD. 54470 words.
Published by musapublishing on May 9, 2012. .
The Boston Police Sub-Net unit is an experimental department that lets cops invade the subconscious minds of criminals via their dreams, where they unearth criminal plans and gather information.
Officer Manuel Corr is the best of the best. Until one night while on patrol, when the dream world around him suddenly collapses.Leaving him trapped.
Fossiloctopus by Forrest Aguirre
Price: $0.99 USD. 16980 words.
Published on May 11, 2012. .
A strange and unsettling collection of short fiction from World Fantasy Award-winning editor and author Forrest Aguirre. Explore this bizzare cabinet of curiosities culled from the pages of such places as 3rd Bed, Gargoyle, American Letters & Commentary, Diagram, Exquisite Corpse, and others. Open the door to a museum of surreal curiosities and stare into the eyes of the Fossiloctopus!