Similar authors to follow
Manage your follows
About Hannah Hulbert
Hannah Hulbert is an author from Dorset, UK. She writes fantasy and haiku when she is not chasing after her children.
Customers Also Bought Items By
Tremble as you rediscover the darkness that came before, the darkness that could eat the world. Within these pages gods of fable, creatures of lore, and ancient rituals have been brought back to life in over two hundred drabbles of exactly one hundred words each.
Delve into the madness created by award-winning horror and fiction authors from around the world. We dare you to remember the fear of the unknown, and to dive headfirst into ancient mysteries.
The old gods have awoken, and with them lose chaos will reign again.
Alice de Sampaio
Amber M. Simpson
C. Marry Hultman
David A.F. Brown
Emma K. Leadley
Heidi Ann Willits
Heinrich von Wolfcastle
Joel R. Hunt
Joshua E. Borgmann
K. B. Elijah
Kerry E.B. Black
Kevin J. Kennedy
Mark Anthony Smith
Matthew A Clarke
Michael D. Nadeau
S. C. Morgan
Sean P. Chatterton
Stacey Jaine McIntosh
Willem V Much
It's time to turn the "man and his dog wandering through a dystopian world” trope on its head, and tell the stories about cats and their women - their badass women!
Cat Ladies of the Apocalypse wanders through broken worlds with stories of survival, technology, magic, and sheer determination. But – like their cats – the authors frequently slipped out the upstairs window or knocked things off of countertops, and their stories are stronger for it.
In these pages, cats help their women find a better life, protect and defend and fight for the women who have sheltered and protected them – and vice-versa. Because these are not only stories about surviving troubled times, but of the relationships between the women and their cats, between the members of communities both small and large, and how they thrive, even in the face of catastrophic loss.
Cat Ladies of the Apocalypse – it’s time to take them seriously!
Contains stories by Mia Moss, Hannah Hulbert, L.C.W. Allingham, Audrey McLennan, Hannah Trusty, Annie Reed, Caryn Larrinaga, Karli Sullivan, Misha Herwin, Joy Kennedy-O’Neill, Leigh Saunders, J. Ivanel Johnson, Carol Gyzander, Joanna Z. Weston, Kathryn Carson, Meyari McFarland, Sidney Williams, Joe Borrelli, Virginia Elizabeth Hayes, Wayland Smith, and C.J. Erick. Edited by Lyn Worthen
Featuring works by:
Laura A. Pike,
All the stories from the month, plus author biographies, interviews, and story origins.
Table of Contents
- Figlia della Neve — Jonathan Louis Duckworth
- Regret's Relief — Travis Wade Beaty
- Pre-Triage — Joe Prosit
- A Witch’s Guide to Mushrooms and Toadstools — Hannah Hulbert
- Exhibit 57-B from the Trial of Alonzo Montalvo v. MoodFoods Incorporated — Douglas DiCicco
Cover art by Carol Wellart.
Petrichor by Hannah Hulbert
Hell with Friends by Emily Deibler
Carry On by Shelby Van Pelt
Dark Constellations beneath Electron Microscope by Carla Durbach
Another Heart by Bryan Arneson
We Feel Autumn in our Bones by Joe Butler
Nothing Lasts by David Estringel
As Long as You Remember by Marla Cantrell
Do We Build a House to Stand Forever? by Katie Conrad
Boxes by Lauren Barker
Particular Poisons by Fiona West
Sounding Light by John C. Mannone
A Different Kind of Death by A.K. Alliss
The Space Traveler’s Tense by Benjamin S. Grossberg
The Space Traveler’s Husband by Benjamin S. Grossberg
Kankydip & the Kcheevitz by Taylor Cook
Star Tipping by Jonathan Coolidge
Haven by Victoria Kochan
Gliese 581g by John C. Mannone
Summer’s End by Alexis Ames
Kaitlin’s Unicorn by L.L. Asher
Perennial by Laura Duerr
Blind Charity by Lyle Enright
The Einsteiners by J. Askew
Callia by Justin M. Siebert
A Unicorn in the Time of Dinosaurs by L.C. Street
Freedom in Briers by Rachel Hailey
Good Riddance by Jennifer Worrell
Four Horsemen of London by L.H. Westerlund
Meat Me in the Living Room by Michelle Enelen
Uncompromised by Ike Iblis
A Deal is a Deal is a Deal by Beth Anderson
Legato by Brian A. Salmons
Les Korrigan by JBMulligan
Reincarnation by Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert