The World Went and Got Itself in a Big Damn Hurry by Jason M. Light

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Jason M. Light, author of “Borrowed Time, Inc.,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. There are tunnels below the city, where downtown office workers dwell at noontime, visiting restaurants and salons, the bank or the post office, the tobacconist; muzak plays just beneath the steady drone of voices:  Did you see…

An ON TIME Excerpt: “Babel of Silence” by E.J. LeRoy

Enjoy an excerpt from E.J. LeRoy’s “Babel of Silence,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. The worst thing about prison is the voice shackles. Those silver-colored collars they snap around our necks immediately following the guilty verdict are both cruel and painless. Long ago, reformers passed laws to prevent cruelty toward the incarcerated. They abolished…

Rebecca Rowland, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Rebecca Rowland in her featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story? I worked as a high school English teacher in an urban school for many years. Last year, one of my former students disappeared while walking…

Should Writers ‘Write What [They] Know?’ by Rebecca Rowland

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Rebecca Rowland, author of “The Found Boys,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. It was January, one of the cruelest months in New England. The temperatures had been hovering in the teens most nights, and like other Massachusetts residents, I was turning up my thermostat and having second thoughts…

Scott Harper, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Scott Harper in his featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story?   I’m a huge vampire geek.  I’m so old now that I can remember a time in speculative fiction and film when a stake through the heart…

An ON TIME Excerpt: “Gods Gifts Are Timeless” by Margo Rife

Enjoy an excerpt from Margo Rife’s “Gods Gifts Are Timeless,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. Gabriel is flying low. Too much shower time made his massive wings flap like wet towels on a clothesline. And he’s not prepared. Gabriel hovers over the marble meeting hall and scans the group of three hundred who are…

Dermott O’Malley, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Dermott O’Malley in his featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story? Time travel in fiction often revolves around the butterfly or chaos theory. But what if there were a being that could manipulate events at will…

Adrik Kemp, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Adrik Kemp in his featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story? Chasing the 999 evolved from an idea of eternal life and parallel realities (or the rebranded ‘multiverse’). I took a few ideas, like probability theory and…

Stories About Stories by Madison McSweeney

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Madison McSweeney, author of “Dust in the Jail Cell,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. I’ve always been fascinated by stories and storytellers. I watched a lot of Tales from the Crypt (the animated version) as a kid, and the Cryptkeeper himself intrigued me more than any of the stories he…

Madison McSweeney, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Madison McSweeney in her featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story? I usually have a very good idea of what exactly inspired each of my stories, but I have no clue what sparked this one. A…

Christopher Stanley, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Christopher Stanley in his featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story? Variations of this story have been bouncing around my head since I was a kid. I’m sure I wrote a version for a school project…