Exorcismos By Christopher E. Ikpoh

Exorcismos by Christopher E. Ikpoh 15th Century Italy – Convent located 52 miles outside of Rome The nun’s bedroom used to be quaint, yet, beautiful. The original wood comprising the architecture inside the home was rich and healthy once. The glass in the windows was perfectly clear as if it were not present. The furniture…

Adrian Kane by Christopher E. Ikpoh

Adrian Kane by Christopher E. Ikpoh   “Shh! Shh! No, no, no! Don’t be scared. You can’t even hear them!” The doctors watched their patient frantically pacing in the dimly lit, padded room from the other side of a two-way mirror. Both took notes as the patient continued to exhibit numerous types of psychosis. “I…

A Modern Mary Shelley by Dawn Vogel

A Modern Mary Shelley   By Dawn Vogel   Mary’s the sort of girl most people don’t really notice. She sits in the back of the classroom, always scribbling in her notebook. She sits by herself at lunch, though you’re not sure she eats, because she’s still writing while the chaos of the cafeteria swirls…

The Annals of Draceas: An Entry

The Annals of Draceas: An Entry by Erol Engin     I first came to the village of Draceas on October 5, 1901. To reach it, one must conduct a steep ascent of some 1,000 feet along the Turnu Rosu (Red Tower) Pass, a perilous highway through the Carpathian Mountains connecting Wallachia with Transylvania.  It…

The Call of the Ocean by Kev Harrison

The Call of the Ocean by Kev Harrison   I’ve always felt it, this affinity with the sea. In those places where the sky meets the water. Where, in the dim light of dawn or dusk, it’s hard to distinguish where one ends and the other begins. I remember, as a boy, in Pevensey Bay…