“Tear Gas” is a short thriller about a simple bank robbery gone wrong when a wanna-be hero pushes the panic button, alerting police to the perfect situation in which to test a new method of assaulting the senses. Originally published in Scarlet Leaf Review. Tear-Gas Luke’s vision narrowed with each lurching thud his heart made,Continue reading “Tear Gas”
Giant is an adventurous short story about a teenage stoner trapped on the foot of a giant invading his rural town, faced with a seemingly insurmountable task. Slated for publication by Down in the Dirt magazine in March 2018, available to read on their website, or down below. Giant by Christopher O’Halloran Living inContinue reading “Giant”
“Counting Sheep” is a Humorous glimpse of the day to day operations of the sheep we count before bed. Stanley begins his first day jumping the fence with a queasy stomach and is forced to spring into action when a sheep fails his jump, resulting in tragedy. Originally published by Fabula Argentea.
Gerry and Raul are two homeless men in a grind to rise above their circumstances who run into the real life monsters responsible for the disappearances plaguing their community. Originally published in e-magazine format by Heater. A row of three urinals stood unimpressive before Gerry and he considered his options. There was a shitContinue reading “Where They Go”
A single dad on a secluded road drives his children back to their mom’s, but when a dark figure pursues their car with superhuman speed, seven year-old Tracy tries desperately to alert her father to it’s presence despite the terror that strikes her to her core. Originally published in e-magazine form by Under The Bed,Continue reading “Speed of Shadow”
Jake Roberts has had too much to drink, there is no question about it, but can that really explain what he sees in the back alley behind his usual dive bar when a strange British man begins to perform an impromptu operation on Jake’s drinking buddy? Originally published by The Scarlet Leaf Review. CopperContinue reading “Copper Piping”
Ashley has attacked the man she brought home, radically changing the tone of what started out as a romantic night. How many lives do you live before you start to hate those who oppress? Originally published by The Scarlet Leaf Review and read by Alex Ford on the Tales to Terrify podcast.
They told me college would be one of the most memorable times of my life. They said it would be the place where I would flourish and grow into the best version of myself. Where I would develop the habits that would follow me for the rest of my days. They were counselors andContinue reading “Drop Chad”