A Story For Sunday: MOONWALKING AT THE GRAB-A-GRANNY INN by Karl Koweski

‘Culley didn’t consider himself a criminal.  Criminality carried the eventual obligation of justice and punishment.  Culley preferred the term “outlaw” when describing himself to Hoyt, his cohort in crime.  He liked to think he existed outside the law the way the Amish lived outside the realm of technology.’ Read the rest HERE at NEAR TOContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: MOONWALKING AT THE GRAB-A-GRANNY INN by Karl Koweski”

A Story For Sunday: Waiting To Take You Away by Jason Michel

‘ Dark. Light. The man blinks five times. Twice slowly with effort. Three times fast. His eyes are adjusting to the light of the room. There is no sunlight here. The sun has gone a long, long way from here. There is the smell of damp from the aged and tired wooden table to the sideContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: Waiting To Take You Away by Jason Michel”

A Story For Sunday: The Long Drop by Jake Hinkson

‘Two days ago, I woke up with my face buried in the green industrial carpet of a hotel room. I was still in my police uniform, but my mask was crooked and my black cape was wrapped around my throat. When I pushed myself up, my head slopped around like a goldfish bowl. Taking aContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: The Long Drop by Jake Hinkson”

A Story For Sunday: What’s In The Cellar ? by Jeanette Cheezum

A few years ago, over at the late, lamented THRILLERS, KILLERS N CHILLERS, Jeanette Cheezum gave us this chiller: ‘1940: Deep in the woods of Georgia. If it rained or snowed no one would come down to check on Lucy. She wore diapers, sometimes only one a day until she turned four. The weight ofContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: What’s In The Cellar ? by Jeanette Cheezum”

A Story For Sunday: JUST A MATTER OF TIME BY B. R. STATEHAM

B. R. Stateham‘s Smitty is back at PULP METAL MAGAZINE. ‘ We walked out of the neon glare of the hospital’s front door and sank into the gloom of the hot still night like unwanted nightmares. Neither of us felt like talking. Behind us, in Intensive Care Unit, was a friend of ours struggling to findContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: JUST A MATTER OF TIME BY B. R. STATEHAM”

A Story For Sunday: 30 VERSIONS OF WARM LEATHERETTE BY GRAHAM WYND

Graham Wynd gets under the covers over at PULP METAL MAGAZINE. Obsession: she understood obsession. He had noticed her a little—sort of goth, sort of emo—but it wasn’t until he knew the depths of her obsessions that he really took an interest. He sat behind her in English where Mr James always laughed that laughContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: 30 VERSIONS OF WARM LEATHERETTE BY GRAHAM WYND”