#ShortStoryMonth Day Thirty-One — The Bending the Landscape Anthologies

Saving the Best for Last Despite headaches and grey skies (and the way the latter causes the former), I made it through the whole month of chatting about short fiction relatively unscathed. Today, I'm gonna round it up with a trio of anthology recommendations on a theme that I really loved. Bending the Landscape. There … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Thirty-One — The Bending the Landscape Anthologies

#ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty-Three — “Coyote Love,” by Kraig Blackwelder

Gore? Nope. It was fairly easy for me to consider what genre of short story I'd likely consider for the daily theme of something that's not my usual taste: horror. I don't read a lot of horror because—totally willing to admit this—it gets in my head and sticks, often leading to awful nights of bad … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty-Three — “Coyote Love,” by Kraig Blackwelder