Wild Child Publishing.com has been on the web since August 1999. It began when two roommates with a love for the English language surfed the web and realized there were few, if any at the time, good online magazines. Discussions about the dearth of quality creative writing on the web led to the idea to create one. But not just a magazine, a place where readers and writers could come together, meet, talk, complain, laugh, and commiserate. While both of us were trained in academia, neither of us thought that way. We expected well-crafted material that adhered to the grammatical rules but maintained an exciting and fresh approach.
For more than six years, Wild Child has accomplished that original goal. Along the way, we've expanded by adding five editors and undergone a number of web design transformations. Each change has been with the intent of improving the experience for our readers and continuing to move into the future.
The people who make this possible are you, readers and writers, and our editors. If you would like to know more about our editors and/or authors, follow the links below.
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by JG Craig
Carl is trying to raise his blind son, Donnie, alone as best he can. After Donnie goes through a traumatic operation in an attempt to restore his sight, they return home to find something is seriously wrong with their world. For one thing, there is a hideous monstrosity awaiting Donnie in his bedroom cupboard and a red-eyed demon-woman stalking their every move as they flee their invaded home.
At My Window with a Broken Wing
by Ric Wasley
What happens when a sweet, naïve college girl from a small town in Ohio decides that she wants to leave the predictable small town life and small town boyfriend behind and take a "walk on the wild side"?
Find out in Ric Wasley's "At My Window with a Broken Wing".
by Steve Hendry
At the demand of his father, Steve Johnson, an eleven-year-old Air Force brat, is trained in the martial arts by a vicious underground Japanese gang. At fourteen, he gets involved in a terrible martial arts fight with a veteran SAS commando and kills him. Witnessed by the CIA, he's coerced into their assassin program, and his life is changed forever.
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