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Matilda Raleigh by Chrys Kelly

Steampunk and Sorcery

A collection of short stories and novellas set at different points in the life time of the steampunk adventuress, Lady Matilda Raleigh. Lots of magic, demons, angels, vampires, and steampunk technology. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated monthly.
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Latolan by Ashe Thurman

Everyday magic and the people who live with it.

When the gates first opened on the world that would be named Latolan, the only thing the first explorers found was the ruins of a civilization at least a thousand years dead. Since then, the city-state of Tomar has grown into a major hub for magical and non-magical communities, where populations of different species have learned to mingle and co-exist . . .

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LARC Scifi by S Shane Thomsa

LARC is a flash fiction collection themed around a near future space faring organization of human colonists called the League of Atlantis Reborn Colonies. LARC snapshots a universe from many different viewpoints and themes. One subcollection follows a “wagon train in space” format, another focuses on “hard sci-fi, and non related works are sorted according to the themes: humor, adventure, . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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The War of the Vessel by Adam Fox

Long, long before the Unholy Grail arrived on Earth, it roamed the universe, causing chaos and destruction where it went. These are the stories of the heroes and fools who who dared cross its path.

The Unholy Grail travels to meet its receptive host, while in its wake two sides fight to ensure its destruction or the fulfillment of its destiny. A cyborg and a martyr encourage rally others to do good; a fallen hero and a witch propel the forces of evil; and in the middle a young girl, with an unsure past and . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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The Pandoran Artifacts by Enrique Bedlam

A collection of short stories about an ancient evil that releases a collection of dark, powerful artifacts unto the world, each designed to bring about the end of humanity.

It all started with a deck of tarot cards from the world beyond given to a man to tempt humanity into their own destruction. Each story there is a new artifact, designed to twist its victim into aiding in the destruction of the world. This is a group of short stories which deal with horror, the unknown and humanities tendency . . .

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Suki the Pixie by Pete Chown

The pixies are forced from their home, by the wicked witch and the ghouls and spectres who follow her. After a long journey, they arrive in our world, and they make a new home in a garden belonging to the story’s narrator. Life as a refugee is not always easy, though. The pixies are desperately in need of a . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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Life Magic by Leonard Petracci

A Fantasy Tale

There exist seven forms of magic. And there exist six races, each given mastery of one of the forms and a basic understanding of the others. Together they built great cities, were ruled by great kings, and raised great wonders. After centuries of peace and good fortune, old forces begin to stir, and the locks on ancient cages begin to . . .

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Raising Angels by Taulsn

Angels and telepaths what could possibly go wrong

A young girl meets an immortal dragon in a dream and he offers to make her an angel. Ten years later she attends college backed by a mysterious organization with way to much money and surrounded by individuals desperate for membership. Meanwhile she is desperate for friendship and is willing to cling onto and protect it jealously no matter the . . .

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Man of Last Millennium by Life Sharpener

A science fantasy web serial fiction about a man who wakes from a cryogenic sleep, to a far and vastly unfamiliar future with no memory of who he was or why he was frozen. He struggles to familiarize himself in a new world, but almost nothing is the same. All he knows, is that he is different than everyone else . . .

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Primus Pilus by Lifethelemon

Primus Pilus is a story of low fantasy set in an alternate world version of the Roman empire. Alternate in that there exists some small amount of magic. Alternate in that it agrees with my spotty recolection of history. Primus Pilus is Online Serial Micro-fiction, meaning that it is a story which be be told in arcs, with each arc . . .

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Giant Girl Rampages by Melly Mills

Melly Mills is very tall. Freakishly impossibly tall. Basketball hoops come up to her hips, and most people are only a bit taller than her knees. She looks down on giraffes, and has to bend down to peek into a second-story window. Melly’s parents kept her sheltered view in the middle acres of their family farm until they died . . .

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Tales From the Kingdom of the Red Sun by John Enright

In the Kingdom of the Red Sun lies a city called Exter Diqune, ruled by the fair and beautiful Duchess Tamira Diqune, it is home to thousands of furs and humans. As a hub of trade and prosperity, it attracts those with an ambition to better themselves and those who are looking for a place to disappear. Underneath the pristine . . .

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THE BEST SHORT STORIES OF CLIFF BURNS (1985-2009)

"The Literary Equivalent of Far Side Cartoons"

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Dec 7, 2010: My favourite story in this collection "Printed Matter" has a distinctive format: it takes the form of a series of letters from a recluse to the editor of his favourite mail order book company – and with each letter it becomes more and more apparent that at least one of them is very, very, scarily sick! You really wonder where this one is going as you read it! Brilliant – he gets the tone of the letters just right, to the typo.

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EARTHCAST

Read this if you like your fantasy stories mysterious and a little dark.

By lifesharpener, author of Man of Last Millennium

Jul 6, 2015: Earthcast is a phenomenal piece of writing, with a fascinating intertwining of fantasy elements from various sources, predominantly Eastern European folklore (Romanian), Hebrew mysticism, and some more modern fantasy themes that I have seen before in Japanese culture (but am unsure of their origin).

A manufactured clay golem (female) with free will and a strigoi (female) that gave it to her, Earthcast switches constantly between the perspectives of these two female leads.

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