Supernova by Dave Pasquantonio

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Dave Pasquantonio author of “Death Takes a Halliday” featured in our ON TIME anthology.

The Book Thief by KA Masters

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from KA Master author of “Per Aquas Ad Astra” featured in our ON TIME anthology.

What if your time was not wasted? by Linda G. Hill

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Linda G. Hill, author of “Wasted,” featured in our ON TIME anthology. My stories are often born of the question, “What if…?” However, I don’t usually start off with one, as I did in the case of Wasted, my short story in the ON TIME anthology. What if your time was not wasted?…

Existential Thoughts at 3 AM by Maul Allan Hewish

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Maul Allan Hewish, author of “Child Process,” featured in our ON TIME anthology.  “Child Process” was not an easy piece to write. In all honesty, I have never really felt super confident in composing short pieces. I always want to explore more of the characters, more of the setting, the…

Missives from a Scottish Cemetery by Jalyn Renae Fiske

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Jalyn Renae Fiske, author of “Sweetbreads at Midnight,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. Where overcast skies and jade grass meet, there is a place called the Necropolis in Glasgow, Scotland. Tombstones, mausoleums, and monuments decorate the hill in tribute to those who came before. I visited one summer…

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…

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…

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…

The Con Man and the Pocket Watch by Allison Rott

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Allison Rott, author of “Pocket Watch Problems,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   It’s my turn to tell you a scary story? Well, you’ve heard the one with the babysitter and the clown statue, the one about the pet alligator growing up in the sewers, and even the…

The Sun-Flight by JM Williams

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from JM Williams, author of “Time to Set Things Right,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   “We saw the ship today, Moa. It was covered in vines, but it’s still there. It’s hard to think people could build a big metal thing like that.” “You’d be surprised by the…