Main Fiction: “The Rats in the Walls” by H. P. Lovecraft, first published in Weird Tales, March, 1924. Narrator: James Silverstein. The place had not been inhabited since the reign of James the First, when a tragedy of intensely hideous, though largely unexplained, nature had struck down the master, five of his children, and several [...]
Main Fiction: “The Queen of Wheats” by Anonymous, first published in I Confess, no. 25, Jan. 12 1923. Narrator: Brandie Tarvin. Maisie, between flips of the pancakes, started a game of “pretend” with the good-looking stranger, little thinking where it might lead them both! Amanda McCall’s romance podcast: Rompod. Artist Rodolofo Reyes: DeviantArt, Tumblr, prints at Dark City Gallery.
Main Fiction: “That Spot” by Jack London, first published in The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories. Narrator: Steven Howell. To run your eyes over him, you’d think he could outpull three dogs of his own weight. Maybe he could, but I never saw it. His intelligence didn’t run that way. He could steal and [...]
Main Fiction: “Man From the Wrong Time-Track” by Dennis Plimmer, first published in Uncanny Stories, April 1941. Narrator: Tim Maroney. The statement which follows concerns the entire world, and for that reason I, Paul Dicey of Irving Place, New York City, am sending copies of it to the world’s leading newspapers. What I have to [...]
Main Fiction: “The Waters Of Bowlegs Creek” by J. E. Grinstead, first published in The Frontier, May 1926. Narrator: Dan Rabarts. The dry homestead on Big Bowlegs Creek looked like a hopeless proposition until Clell Berry started to investigate the source of the stream—and then it became a lively one indeed.