A.A. Garrison is a twenty-eight-year-old man living in the mountains of North Carolina. His short fiction has appeared in various magazines, anthologies, and web journals, most recently Something Wicked, Kaleidotrope, and the Pseudopod horror webcast. His first novel, The End of Jack Cruz, is to be released in 2012 from Montag Press.
Comforting Mrs. Madigan
Randy’s buddy Charlie wasn’t coming back from the war. As Charlie had lay dying, he asked Randy to check on his mom as soon as Randy got home. Now Randy’s back from the gulf, and has to make good on his promise. Billy, Charlie’s mom, needed something; but what could Randy give her, when he had so many burdens of his own? Perhaps the answer was what they could give each other. (M/F)
Woman in the Window
The woman was a quick, whimsical movement from the corner of his eye, and he was helpless not to look. Stan soon finds his home life turned into something from Amsterdam’s Red Light district: his luscious neighbor has begun performing obscene and tantalizing acts, visible through her bedroom window. Unfortunately, like most things too good to be true, it is. (M/F)