A drug that takes away pain but also the capacity to feel. It’s the ultimate anti-depressant, but its side effects may be worse than the original problem.
A mixture of dark short stories and experimental writing styles
A rabbi, a grumpy doctor and a young singing sensation walk into a book of morality tales. What would you do?
The modern short story is alive and well in Jacob M. Appel’s collection of artfully pruned micro-novels.
Austin L. Wiggins’ slim short story collection favours quality over quantity.
More of a prologue than a prequel to Crichlow’s Whimper series, but is it enough to reel you in?
An original idea, brought to life in an intense graphic story that packs a lot of punch.
A well written story of suspense, but an overly elaborate and ill explained ending feels anti-climatic
Simple yet uniquely entertaining.
Darkly intriguing but needs a little more development.