#ShortStoryMonth Day Fifteen — “The Werewolf Before Christmas,” by Charles Payseur

If We Took a Holiday First off, you need to know the truth when it comes to superheroes and super-villains: I'm biased. I love superhero stuff. And there's so damn little of it (especially queer stuff) that finding this was like reaching into the holiday stocking and finding a chocolate orange where you thought there was just … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Fifteen — “The Werewolf Before Christmas,” by Charles Payseur

#ShortStoryMonth Day Thirteen — “Evil Eye,” by Madhuri Shekar

Shuddering It will surprise no one that Mr. Loves His Happy Endings and Will Fight You For Them isn't a huge fan of horror. I struggle with the hopelessness that threads its way through so many horror narratives (don't even get me started on Zombies), but I do enjoy some horror when there's that dash … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Thirteen — “Evil Eye,” by Madhuri Shekar

#ShortStoryMonth Day Twelve — Subscriptions, Fave Publishers and Series, and Short Fic Podcasts

The Ongoing Hunt Finding new short fiction isn't always easy, and it's something I find myself doing in little gluts when I can. Obviously, the easiest is to hit large bookstores with decent anthology selections (which isn't often the case, but), and I listen to a lot of reviews and recommendations when I can (I've … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Twelve — Subscriptions, Fave Publishers and Series, and Short Fic Podcasts