Q&A with Adam L. G. Nevill

Q&A with Adam L. G. Nevill

Editor’s note: The following is a Q&A between reviewer Ray Palen and Adam L. G. Nevill, author of The Reddening.   RP: Are ‘the red people’ based on any particular historical people. or are they fully a product of your fertile imagination? AN: The idea...

Short Film: MYSTERY BOX

A woman named Moa is on vacation in the solitude of a cabin, on a small Island outside of Stockholm. One day when checking her fishing net, an old metal box is stuck in it. She takes it with her and place it in a shed nearby, to dispose of later. Right after dinner, a...

INSTANT SWIMMERS by Ronald Malfi

INSTANT SWIMMERS by Ronald Malfi For the first fifty years of his life, Donald Broome enjoyed an existence of predictability and contentment that only a true practitioner of bachelorhood can know. An accountant by both nature and profession, Broome arrived at the firm...
Book Review: DEAD END

Book Review: DEAD END

Dead End Chris DiLeo JournalStone (March 27, 2020) Reviewed by Bret McCormick When I laid eyes on the cover art for the book Dead End by Chris DiLeo, my first thought was, “I wouldn’t mind having a poster of that hanging on my wall.” Kudos to Don Noble of Rooster...