Dear readers and writers,
Quite happy to announce that my very strange, horrific short tale, If Fish Could Scream, is available in the latest issue of The Periodical, Forlorn.
The Periodical was looking for stories fitting a ‘lost at sea’ theme. Lo and behold, did I have a tale for them.
If Fish Could Scream borrows its title from a short essay by bioethicist, Peter Singer. The tale itself is, essentially, a fishing story about a man who turns into a fish and must learn to live the life of one. Kafkaesque, you might say, yet perhaps slightly more grotesque and macabre.
If this excites your intrigue, or if you’re perhaps interested in reading other stories with a ‘lost at sea’ theme, please consider purchasing the latest issue: https://www.periodicalforlorn.com/current-issue
What’s in store next for April? My story, GODLY BUSINESS, will be published in Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine (April 10th, to be exact). More on that later.
In the meantime, I’m wish you all a happy and bountiful spring.