WHAT IS THE BLUE NILE? An image of rare beauty and terror, fashioned of the unbound portion of an angry, deathless soul. A very special child who violates the natural laws of the living and the dead alike. An ancient sculpture that opens pathways of glory to anyone who dares possess it. An instrument of profound sound... [click here for more]
Beyond the Lens: A Surreal Narrative, by Ryan Sutherland
Blending 17 individual works spanning the storytelling genres of science fiction, gothic horror, stage theatre, prose poetry and song, Beyond the Lens presents a single narrative flow - a single existential meditation.
Another Day at the Office 2014: Jeremy and Hillary sell fire and brimstone in this satirical... [click here for more]
“All right. Here’s another haunted house story for you. Pay attention. There will be questions later. Maybe even a written exam!”
Irongrove Lodge is a house of stories. It draws those with tales to tell, and it shapes it inhabitants through its own constantly evolving story.
An extraordinary boy finds an extraordinary place. When he opens a door that shouldn’t be there,... [click here for more]
From 10,000 years in the future to the streets of today's Los Angeles, this 80-page fictionalization of the He Who Laughs Last scenario follows a group of investigators as they uncover why their friend's supposed suicide was covered up.
Randy, Christine and Alex are 20-somethings from LA who have been asked by their now-dead friend's father to figure out how and why their friend died, and why the... [click here for more]
In a world where the dead routinely return to life, the most shocking mystery is when someone doesn’t.
Detective Inspector Helen Ogilvy is called to the scene of a murder. A young woman named Trinity Brown has been shot in the chest, and she’s stayed dead.
The potential end to the zombie affliction should be a huge positive, but for a future UK teetering on the brink of becoming a police... [click here for more]