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About Rebecca Gomez Farrell
Rebecca Gomez Farrell still refuses to say Bloody Mary three times into a mirror, though she'll write stories about the people who do. She lives in the East Bay of California, with her tech wizard husband and feline co-workers. Her first fantasy novel, Wings Unseen, was published by Meerkat Press; look for the sequel, Wings Unfurled, in October 2022. Becca's shorter works have appeared or been produced over thirty times in magazines, anthologies, and on websites such as Beneath Ceaseless Skies, The Centropic Oracle, A Quiet Afternoon 1 & 2, It Calls From the Sky, and most recently, Villains and Vengeance.
Becca helms a local chapter of the national Women Who Submit Lit organization, which encourages all writers who identify as women and/or genderqueer to submit their work out for publication. She also co-organizes the long-running East Bay Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Meetup Group and is the communications manager for the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
Her food and drink writing at theGourmez.com influences every tasty bite of her fictional worldbuilding. Author Website: RebeccaGomezFarrell.com. Social Media: @theGourmez. Be forewarned: Her feed will make you hungry.
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The stakes are low. The expectations are reasonable. The resolutions are satisfactory. Wrap yourself up in a cozy blanket, make a cup of tea, and enjoy A Quiet Afternoon.
Featuring stories by:
Mary Alexandra Agner
Elizabeth Hart Bergstrom
Rebecca Gomez Farrell
Adriana C. Grigore
Stephanie Barbé Hammer
"Compelling, entertaining, and enlightening, Wings Unseen is a fantastic read!" - Jeffe Kennedy, award-winning author of The Twelve Kingdoms series
"With a talon-like hook, Wings Unseen will grab you and not let you go." - Mur Lafferty, award-winning author of The Shambling Guide to New York City
To end a civil war, Lansera's King Turyn relinquished a quarter of his kingdom to create Medua, exiling all who would honor greed over valor to this new realm on the other side of the mountains. The Meduans and Lanserim have maintained an uneasy truce for two generations, but their ways of life are as compatible as oil and water.
When Vesperi, a Meduan noblewoman, kills a Lanserim spy with a lick of her silver flame, she hopes the powerful display of magic will convince her father to name her as his heir. She doesn't know the act will draw the eye of the tyrannical Guj, Medua's leader, or that the spy was the brother of Serrafina Gavenstone, the fiancèe of Turyn's grandson, Prince Janto. As Janto sets out for an annual competition on the mysterious island of Braven, Serra accepts an invitation to study with the religious Brotherhood, hoping for somewhere to grieve her brother's murder in peace. What she finds instead is a horror that threatens both countries, devouring all living things and leaving husks of skin in its wake.
To defeat it, Janto and Serra must learn to work together with the only person who possesses the magic that can: the beautiful Vesperi, whom no one knows murdered Serra's brother. An ultimate rejection plunges Vesperi forward toward their shared destiny, with the powerful Guj on her heels and the menacing beating of unseen wings all about.
Readers of all ages will enjoy Wings Unseen, Rebecca Gomez Farrell's first full-length novel. It is a fully-imagined epic fantasy with an unforgettable cast of characters.
Ferocious storms, winged beasts and falling angels are just some of the dark tales locked within these pages. Discover a world where carnage falls from the sky, and delve into the frenzy of a world gone mad as Heaven opens and all Hell breaks loose.
Eerie River Publishing brings you another round of exceptional horror created by award-winning authors around the world. We dare you to take this journey with us and find out what madness awaits you!
"Rainfall" - Marie McWilliams
"Hate Sky" - Jay Sandlin
"Flying Home" - Joel R Hunt
"Raindance" - Kimberly Rei
"Faithless" - M. A. Hoyler
"Godspore" - Marc Sorondo
"Flash" - CA McDonald
"Thorn in my Side" - Chris Hewitt
"Three Balloons" - Chris Lilienthal
"Follow You into the Dark" - Christopher Bond
"The Winged Plague" - E.L. Giles
"Beloved of the Storm" - Elizabeth Davis
"The Forgotten Prince" - Elizabeth Nettleton
And so many more. There is no end to the terrors we have in store and there is nowhere left to hide. Get comfy, this is going to be a wild ride.
Welcome to The Bards and Sages Quarterly, a journal of speculative fiction. With each issue, we strive to bring readers a wide range of character-driven fiction from established and emerging authors in the fantasy, horror, and science fiction fields. The Bards and Sages Quarterly is the perfect sampler to explore the incredible range of storytelling found in the speculative genres.
Here is a sample of what you will find in this issue:
A young boy discovers that a mathematical miscalculation can result in more than poor marks in Solving for X.
The Big Bad Wolf and Grandmother share more than just an annoyance with a certain girl in red in Grandmother’s Shoes.
A peculiar phone call from her husband is only the first in a strange series of events that upends a woman’s well-manicured life in She Could Be Me.
Word Horde presents Fright Into Flight, the debut anthology from Amber Fallon (The Terminal, The Warblers), in which women take wing. In these stories connected by the unifying thread of flight, authors including Damien Angelica Walters, Christine Morgan, and Nadia Bulkin have spread their wings and created terrifying visions of real life angels, mystical journeys, and the demons that lurk inside us all. Whether you like your horror quiet and chilling or more in-your-face and terrifying, there's something here for every horror fan to enjoy.
You're in for a bumpy ride... So fasten your seatbelt, take note of the emergency exits, hold on to your airsick bag, and remember that this book may be used as a flotation device in the event of a crash landing.
Take flight with 17 science fiction, dark fantasy, and horror-filled tales from an international roster of authors.
Featuring fiction from:
Gregory L. Norris
Steven R. Southard
Evan J. Osborne
Jason J. McCuiston
Rebecca Gomez Farrell
Trisha J. Wooldridge
Jeffrey G. Roberts
Michael M. Jones
Dark Luminous Wings will set your imagination soaring--but watch out for sharp beaks, piercing talons, and gravity.
Our editors have worked feverishly to collect the best short fiction of 2017 from the minds and imaginations of the posters at Fark, the online community where snark is king and wit reigns supreme.
Giants. Ghosts. Devious alien plots. Leftover bombs and bathing spider, magical goats and ominous manuscripts, we’ve collected them all into a volume for the ages.
And even better, all proceeds from the sale of this anthology will benefit an excellent children’s charity, even though for the second year running they’re not allowing us to use their name on the cover, the bastards.
So pull up a chair, pour a beer, and pet your favorite squirrel, because it’s time to go Through a Scanner Farkly.
Celebrating the Winter Solstice seems all the more odd when you’ve just come off a week of 80-degree weather. But yes, our nights are just as long as yours, despite the lack of white stuff on the ground.
For our “Holiday Hell” issue, we pondered which holidays to include, and have come up with a bit of a stew. While most of the stories here focus on Christmas, with its inevitable corporate whoring and mass merchandising push through the end of the year, a few of the stories we found in our submissions pile took religion to task on other important days of the year. Some critique forced family interactions, more than mall mobs, while others address the more personal kinds of hell we manage to create for ourselves throughout the year.
Surprisingly, no one mentioned fruitcake’s hellish hold on the holiday season. Equally shocking: not one submission took up the torch of Festivus for the rest of us! (Maybe next year?)
In any case, we are thrilled to present our December issue for your entertainment this holiday season. As 2017 winds down, we hope these stories, poems and bite-sized reviews offer you solace in a sea of sameness, a respite from drudgery, and a bit of a twist on the “Happy Holidays” themes being repeated ad nauseam across the Internet.
FULL CONTRIBUTORS LIST
Rebecca Gomez Farrell
Dmitry Blizniuk, translated by Sergey Gerasimov
Linda M. Crate