Review of “The Hobbsburg Horror”

Veteran author Thomas S. Flowers terrifies readers in his new short story anthology, The Hobbsburg Horror. The delicate narrative is beautifully enhanced by Flowers’ writing style. The perfect metaphors are used at the perfect moments, not only to invoke terror, but to also allow the reader to live and breathe Flowers’ prose. One can only […]

via Thomas S. Flowers ‘The Hobbsburg Horror: Short Screams’ Review — Horror Novel Reviews

A Taste of “Abomination” by Jane Dougherty

The photo is for Sue Vincent’s #writephoto Thursday Photo Prompt. It’s cheeky, I know, but it made me think of a scene from the beginning of Abomination, a not very pleasant scene, my contribution this week. Tully groped about in the darkness until he found Carla’s hand. He had no idea if he had stopped […]

via #writephoto: Abomination — Jane Dougherty Writes

Writings by Ender Open to Submissions!

I’ve decided to revitalize my effort to get submissions onto the site as guest posts. I want the site to become a bit less about my own writing get an even wider view of writing as a whole. This will take content of various sorts from voices different than my own. So what am I […]

via Write-up Wednesday: Open Submissions — Writings By Ender

The Afrofuturism Issue of Chicago Literati is coming!

Thank you to everyone who submitted and contributed to our Dystopian issue! The Afrofuturism Issue will kick off this Friday, March 17th and run until April 30th. As you know, we held a special contest to seek a unique cover design for the issue. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graphic design student, Keenan Dailey, came in first […]

via Proudly Announcing our Next Issue! — Chicago Literati