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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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flesh phantoms by Alan P. Scott

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The stories here are short (some very short) and are mostly sf – that is, speculative fiction: fantasies, myths, science fiction, slipstream . . . all the flavors of fabulation except, I hope, for the mundane. Many were written with the audience of the Usenet newsgroup talk.bizarre in mind, back when text was the thing. —APS . . .

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The Best Short Stories of Cliff Burns (1985-2009) by Cliff Burns

A selection of the best short fiction by Canadian cult writer, Cliff Burns

I have well over 100 published short stories to my credit and you can also toss in appearances in fifteen major anthologies around the world (including a number of “Best Of . . . ” volumes). I love the short story format and coming back to it this summer after spending the four years previous working on my “Ilium” novel cycle was exciting and . . .

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Interesting collection of short stories

By Linda Schoales, editor

Feb 19, 2009: “Flesh Phantoms” is a collection of short stories written by one author. Some of them are very short, more like story fragments or the author’s thoughts, while others are a more conventional length. They’re all interesting, sometimes bordering on brilliant. The tone varies between whimsical and sardonic, but there’s almost always a touch of wry wit lurking in the background, as well as some serious thought and social commentary.

The writings are grouped into 7 “Filters”. The stories in “100 Words” [more . . .]

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