The Fury

  Lightning streaked across the sky bathing the black in streaks of blue and purple. Not far from the shoreline, Neria could make out the faint outline of the rolling waves and the dark creatures that traveled with them. The sea witch, Fua’mnach, had come and with her, the armies of the deep. Moss and …

Summer, Sickness, and my Interview with Sue Seabury!

Hey, Fantasy Fix fans! It’s been a long, hot summer full of strange and unusual events happening, not just around the world, but in my corner of it. Besides graduation, which was the beginning of June, I have been busy with family and school (with my kids). As many of you know, I am a …

Next Stage: Graduation in Two Weeks!

Next Stage: Graduation in Two Weeks! I know I haven’t posted anything the last few weeks and I hope that you will all forgive me for that. I have been really focusing on my last two classes as I finish out my final courses before graduation. As of today, I have fifteen days until I …

calling all writers

Are you looking for a place to showcase your short story or flash fiction work? Maybe you want to your work to be exposed to a large and more diverse audience? Maybe you are just looking for a platform to share your unpublished stories with the world? The Fantasy Fix is looking for collaboration authors. …

The Shroud of Koji

Massive orange jade columns held up a domed ceiling painted with the scenes of the Forbidden City and the gods and goddesses who inhabited it. As we walked further into the empty building, our footfalls echoed on the black granite floors, still smooth and polished even after a thousand years of neglect. It was as …

The Heat

Hot means different things to different people. If you went to Scotland, anything above 60 degrees with any amount of sunshine would feel uncomfortable, especially in the misty, lush Highlands. But in Arizona’s dry desert plains, 60 degrees feels cold and anything above 100 is stifling. Of course, any modern sailor who has spent time …

Escape

Low lying branches scratched my face as I ran through the dark forest thickets. I could feel the welts burning, bringing tears to my eyes, but I didn’t have time to slow my pace.  The moon was only half-way visible, a sinister sideways grin hanging in the sky. There were clouds, of that I could …