To the Path

By Damon Day “Tip-top, now, talk the talk! You must be the one they call Red!” The blonde greets her with all the pish and posh of a high-class noblewoman and the twirl of a mad one. “So, set the standard, and let us discuss our deal.” Words fail her, so Red simply shakes her … Continue reading To the Path

The Midnight Ride

By John Page I awaken from my tomb. My minions bow to me and present my possessions. I take them and announce that I shall visit the dark moon. They look surprised but taken me to my mount. I approach my mount. It is the raised corpse of the eldest dragon king. Only he can … Continue reading The Midnight Ride

Second Place Short Fiction Contest: The Long Lost Maiden Of Light by Luisa Reyes

Once upon a time, there was a lovely young maiden who was fair of skin, dark of hair, startlingly intelligent, and warm of heart.  She dwelt in a castle, but rarely did she ever behold the finery of the grand ballrooms nor the gilded halls of the music rooms. For her status was that of … Continue reading Second Place Short Fiction Contest: The Long Lost Maiden Of Light by Luisa Reyes