Storytime With Grendel: As You Wish – Part 2

I was on the search for a simple lemon—an endeavor that should have been a quick task, yet it took nearly two hours to find even a single fruit in the rubble of the village. Apparently, it was NOT lemon season, or the princess in her demand had already claimed every lemon in the area,
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Storytime With Grendel: As You Wish

Greetings Draconic scholars! This week’s question comes from another large, scaled antagonist, though this brute is admittedly much more amicable than we dragons are.
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Storytime With Grendel: Bunderbeard Hammersbreath and the Siege of Dol Kragon – Finale

It is finally time to discuss the end of my misadventures in shapeshifting. I did not plan on making this a three-parter, but Geldrin says if we attach too many pages to the mail-phoenix’s leg, it’ll weigh it down and it will refuse to deliver our letters. I guess not all creatures can carry as
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Author Interview – Susan Lin

Susan L. Lin is a Taiwanese American storyteller who hails from southeast Texas and holds an MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts. Her novella GOODBYE TO THE OCEAN won the 2022 Etchings Press novella prize and is now available to purchase at, where you can also find her other published work.
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Author Interview – Terence Waeland

By trade Terence is a graphic designer and photographer, living in Kent. Although we have the pleasure of being his first short story publisher, his previous submissions have reached the top thirty of the London Short Story Prize and the semi-finals of the Screencraft Cinematic Short Story Competition. He has also written two full-length thrillers.
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Storytime With Grendel: Bunderbeard Hammersbreath and the Siege of Dol Kragon – Part 2

In our last Storytime, I was recounting my experiences with shapeshifting and the trouble it had gotten me into. Having been locked miles under the surface in an empty dwarven vault, surrounded by the bones of other less fortunate of my kind, my demise seemed imminent. Did I get out? Did I die in that
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Author Interview – Paul Melhuish

Paul is a 52-year-old Occupational Therapist and writes in his spare time. His latest novel DarkChoir was published by Silver Shamrock Press in 2020, before that, his previous novel, High Cross, was published by Horrific Tales in 2018, along with other short pieces published in magazines and anthologies. He remains a proud member of the
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Author Interview – Stuart Freyer

Stuart Freyer is a Pushcart Prize nominee and his stories have appeared in American Fiction Volume 14: The Best Unpublished Stories by New and Emerging Writers, Glassworks, december, Timber Creek Review, and Zahir: A Journal of Speculative Fiction, among others. He has been an otolaryngologist, acupuncturist and standup comic. He lives in Williamstown MA on
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Storytime With Grendel: Bunderbeard Hammersbreath and the Siege of Dol Kragon

Hello, interested individuals! Never have I had such an enchanted audience before these storytimes! Well, I guess I have previously had a great number of people hearing my words all at once, but that was more of a “bring to me your treasures, lest you be devoured,” and less of a “want to get your
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Author Interview – Clarence Carter

Clarence is a Maine based author who has been writing for nearly a decade. He loves fiction, both reading and writing. He's an active member of the HWA Horror Writers Association, is currently serving as a juror for the Bram Stoker Awards, and has attended their winter courses Horror University.
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