Elementary my dear Watson by Ed Ahern

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Ed Ahern, author of “The Birthing,” which will be featured in the upcoming anthology ON FIRE set for release on 12.01.17.   Fire of course is an elemental. Not humanized like ancient gods, nor made cuddly or comic-booky. Nor should it be. Some things, like our deepest emotions, are…

Fear of Fire by Jean Roberta

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Jean Roberta, author of “Mysteries of the Dragon,” which will be featured in the upcoming anthology ON FIRE set for release on 12.01.17.   It’s no wonder that Christians have traditionally believed that sinners are tormented by Hell-fire for all eternity after death. Fire is the stuff of nightmares….

Shaun Avery, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Shaun Avery‘s “The Conception Artist,” an artist falls victim to his dream of making it big and his music descends his home town into chaos. How long have…

Ed Ahern, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Ed Ahern‘s “The Birthing,” Matt falls into fire’s pit to come face-to-face with a new kind of flame. How long have you been writing? Newspaper articles, intelligence reports…

Fire In Entertainment by Rohit Sawant

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Rohit Sawant, author of “Bunsen Burn and Beaker Bubble,” which will be featured in the upcoming anthology ON FIRE set for release on 12.01.17.   You cannot put a Fire out— A Thing that can ignite Can go, itself, without a Fan— Upon the slowest Night— – Emily Dickinson…

Jean Roberta, A Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Jean Roberta‘s “Mysteries of the Dragon,” two orphans fight against an ancient and mystical fire.   How long have you been writing? Since I was a teenager. I…

ON FIRE Cover Reveal

BURN, BABY, BURN Capable of creation and destruction, fire burns within us. Behind the thick, black smoke of our lives, we blaze with our own unique flame. While love compels some, others feed greed and lust into their hearths. A tool for the deft hand, used with magic or as a weapon, but irresponsibility leaves…

Our First Writing Community Update

Hello, lovelies! We’re building one hell of a writing community, and we love how much support and praise they give one another. In celebration of their successes, we feature them here to showcase their talents:   Matthew Brockmeyer Kind Nepenthe: A Savage Tale of Terror set in the heart of California’s marijuana country.   Daniel…

Lorraine Sharma Nelson, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Lorraine Sherman Nelson’s “Consumed,” Vijay gets his wish fulfilled, much to his eternal and everlasting dismay.

Intern Diaries: Lost Alice Sneak Peek

Hello, Feisty Ones! It’s almost October, and I am so hyped. I love the weather this month brings. I’m a huge fan of all things Halloween, and I will have my dorm decked out in it. I’d like to kick off the almost beginning of October by sharing with you a story I have been…

The Ultimate Sick Guide

Hey, feisty ones! I’d like to take a break from my useless rambling and angry writing and create a guide to help those in school or even at home when flu season comes around. It’s that time of the year when we all pray to whatever we believe in to not get sick. Just a…

10 Tips for Surviving the Slush Pile

Hey, Feisty Ones! It’s officially summer! As many know, here at Transmundane Press, we are in the works for a fire anthology. Well, guess who reads all the stories. Me. So, as we are working our way through the pile from hell (size not quality), I can’t help but think about the other publishing companies…