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About Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
Donald Jacob Uitvlugt lives on neither coast of the United States, but mostly in a haunted memory palace of his own design. His short fiction has appeared in numerous print and online venues. Donald strives to write what he calls "haiku fiction," stories that are small in scope but big in impact.
Read the latest installments of his blogged novel at http://jiaotusendeavour.wordpress.com, or contact him via Twitter: @haikufictiondju.
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- Shadow Visions, by Preston Dennett
- The Lady of the Amorous City, by Edward M. Erdelac
- A Suit of Haidrah Skin, by Rob Lang
- ...Where There Is No Sanctuary, by Howie K. Bentley
- The Last Dues Owed, by Christine Lucas
- The Witch of Elrica, by Jennifer Povey
- The Bubbcat, by Sean Monaghan
- Wall Wardens, by Lynn Rushlau
- Lost Men, by Eugene Morgulis
- The Unfolding of the World, by Harold R. Thompson
- The Sands of Rubal-Khali, by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
- The Priests of Shalaz, by Jay Barnson
- Dust of Truth, by Joyce Frohn
- The Ride, by Edward McDermott
- My Name is John Carter (Pt.3), by James Hutchings
- The Phantom Sands of Calavass, by S.H. Mansouri
- The Feminine Force Awakens, by Liana Kerzner
Farinoor comes from such a pride ruined by Diata's army. The young lion-man hungers for revenge. But how far will he go to achieve his vengeance? What can a lone male of eighteen summers do against the most powerful sorceress in The Veldt?
This anthology was presented with The Serling Award by the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation in 2017. In addition to the short stories, it includes essays on Rod Serling and George Clayton Johnson as well as an introduction by Serling expert Tony Albarella.
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Gary A. Braunbeck
Elizabeth A. Herreid
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The Gift of the Ob-Men by Schuyler Hernstrom
This Day, At Tilbury by Kat Otis
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Late Bloom by Melanie Rees
The Hour of the Rat by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
My Name is John Carter (Part 1) by James Hutchings
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