Cruciani throws readers immediately into the life of a woman hell-bent on making a name for herself in the scientific world. What stands out to me as most significant about “The Scientist” is its use of . . . well, I was actually about to reveal a detail super important to the story, so I won’t drop that bomb!Read More
A Singular ECHO, written by Andrew C. McDonald, tells a short story about a boy who uncovers the most ridiculous scene inside an abandoned factory.
Grotesquery, written by A. L. Blacklyn, dives deeply into a world of strange magic that feels inexplicably natural by the time you reach the second page.Read More