Throwback Thursday | An ON FIRE Excerpt: “Setting Fire to Water” by Phoebe Tsang

The end came faster than he could have hoped. Coyote, twenty-nine and balding since seventeen, who could be seen each morning at his company’s office building through the tinted windows of the fourth-floor gym, a ghost with fluorescent aura slowly erased by encroaching daybreak; who hadn’t taken a vacation since joining this above-average, medium-to-large corporation…

Throwback Thursday |An ON FIRE Excerpt: “The Clearing” by K.N. Johnson

We gathered on summer nights electric with the spectacle of storms, the promise of charred messages from the gods. The wind lifted our feet from the ground as we raced through the musty woods. Small branches snapped, green leaves sacrificed to pad our muddy path. At the clearing, trees stood back, and all knew to hush, to press lips…

A Personal Story and Giveaway with Linda G. Hill

The first time I saw my name in print in an actual physical book was the day I received my copy of AFTER THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER. I was ecstatic when I got an e-mail from Transmundane Press to say my story had been accepted for the anthology, but nothing–and I mean NOTHING–could have prepared…

Linda G. Hill, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project, the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors lives beyond their ignited tales. In Linda G. Hill‘s “The Flame of Lick’s Island,” Marissa and Mike move to an island and solve a dark mystery that threatens to combust their relationship. How long have you been writing? I…

Zach Brewster-Geisz, Featured Spotlight by Rohit Sawant

A few years back, I was browsing LibriVox when I came across the audiobook for G.K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday. Having binged on G.K.C’s essays and short stories at the time, I was eager to check out his longer works, so I streamed it and found myself hooked from the get-go. Had I…

Anthony S. Buoni, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project, the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors lives beyond their ignited tales. In Anthony S. Buoni’s “Dancing Lilly,” two cats are caught up in a job for the rat mob and find that being curious has deadly consequences. How long have you been writing? I traded…