by James Gault Even though I am male, I like to think of myself as a feminist. That is not to say that I believe men and women are equal. Everyone is different so the idea of equality cannot be anything but a false premise. But I cannot avoid the fact that, in our world,… Read More WOMEN IN LITERATURE – A QUESTION OF POWER
by David Antrobus Is this at all ghostable? Let’s see. We came here after fighting through a swarm of mouths. I met you in the parking lot of a Walmart. Saw you struggling and offered to help and of course you were suspicious and declined. “I just have to do two things and get home,”… Read More EMPTIED
by Kyrian Lyndon She stood alone on the edge, In darkness, A faint silhouette Gazing at the night sky. Rain fell, A sprinkler to the trees Thrashing in the wind. She would flee, Abandoning places, Suddenly unrecognizable faces. The glowing sun of Helios Was a beacon For eternal bliss, Yet deceiving. The caves beckoned. Every… Read More DUSK TO DAWN
This month, we had the pleasure of interviewing the brilliant James Edgar Gault, who has also contributed a wonderful blog for this issue. What genres have you chosen for your writing, and what has drawn you to those genres? I never really considered myself a genre writer, I just had stories I wanted to tell.… Read More INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR JAMES GAULT
by Michael Lamptey In my part of the world, Ghana, we do not celebrate Halloween, but I thought it fitting to share an exciting and true story with my American friends, and whoever cares to know in commemoration of the day. It may not be the scariest ghost story you have heard, but it proves… Read More DO GHOSTS EXIST? YES, THEY DO, AND HERE’S WHY.
by Kyrian Lyndon Don’t take yourself too damn seriously! Accept that you are vulnerable, and make peace with that. Be fearless! If I had said these things to my younger self, it would not have had much of an impact. I wasn’t ready. But at some point in time, other people said these things to… Read More IT’S GOOD TO BE VULNERABLE!