Fiction - Anthology

Henri

Seventeen Short Stories
By Douglas Bosack

Henri by Douglas Bosack is a collection of short stories which also includes two chapters from another of the author’s books, Caduceus. They range in length and subject matter from quite brief as in the case of ‘The Short Order Cook’ (don’t read this one...

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Hiding In Theaters and Other Stories

By Frederick Harrison

Hiding in Theaters and Other Stories by Frederick Harrison is a collection of short stories. Each story is a perception of the world as the author sees it and what is dominating at the time, be it a person or an event. The stories are...

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How I Am Different

By Thom Kudla

“I wish they had told me / when I was a kid / that my allowance wouldn't buy me / a sustainable smile.” (p.16) If there is one poetry book you should read in your whole lifetime, it is How I Am Different by Thom Kudla,...

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Here be Dragons

Tales of Fantasy, Magic, and Adventure
By Hannah Steenbock

Here Be Dragons by Hannah Steenbock is a collection of eight short stories about magic, mythical creatures and sorcery. From a traveling wizard that fixes toys, to a wizard who loses and searches for his magic deck of cards. From a young girl that tries...

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Hellbound

By Su Halfwerk

In Hellbound, author Su Halfwerk presents to readers three dark and disturbing stories regarding human nature and the place that no sane mind wants to be – Hell. This novella starts off with The Deadening. Bart is a greedy morgue attendant that steals from the...

Heavier Than Air

By Nona Caspers

Nona Caspers has a unique style of writing. In several of her stories, she takes the mundane and demonstrates the significance of the act. Such as the mere act of breathing; it does not seem so important until you are drowning. The connecting thread in this...