Tagged: published 2010s

Jackalope Wives by

I’m terrible at reading magazines I have discovered. I have a subscription to Apex and I don’t think I’ve read more than one or two stories...

The Ransom of Dond by

Illustrated by Pam Smy Darra lives on the island of Inniscaul is a small island off the coast of Eriu, or Ireland. And it is her...

Downturn Abbey by

Ross O’Carroll-Kelly started life in The Sunday Times and currently stars in The Irish Times, he is a fictional wealthy southside Dubliner. It is a satire...

I am an artist by

The narrator of this picture book is a young boy. He tells us he is an artist. Unfortunately his mother doesn’t always understand, where he sees...

Monzo’s Diary by

Monzo is a small dog, he usually recognises people by their footwear. He starts out life with “the cruel man” who docks his tale, but soon...

Nine Goblins by

a novella. Sergeant Nessilka and a band of the Nineteenth, after heroically charging at an enemy wizard during battle, find themselves transported far from war. On...

Redshirts by

p>Read for the 2014 Sci-Fi Experience Ensign Dahl has just been assigned to The Intrepid. In many ways this is an honour. The Intrepid is the...

The Ghost Bride by

Li Lan is seventeen. Her mother died of smallpox when she was very young, her father was so scarred by the disease at the same time...

Thorn by

A retelling of The Goose Girl story. Princess Alyrra has not has a happy life. Growing up in fear of her brother and trying to stay...

The Bone Knife by

You can get this one free if you’d like to try it. See Khanani’s site for links The Bone Knife is a short story, and to...