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Chatty Cathy

The following piece was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event – A Night of Fantasy. Please enjoy. I know those sitting on benches are watching me walk around the pond. I am not worried. I was trained well. My posture and arm swing are so human no one would guess my true […]

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The Death of Gaston Maleaux

The following piece was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event – A Night of Fantasy. Please enjoy. Leading his white horse Agamemnon by the bridle, Gaston Malveaux trudged through the mud to find his place of death under the Duelling Oaks. His second, Pierre Beauregard followed behind swatting at mosquitos and ducking […]

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The Tames Ones – Excerpt

The following piece was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event – A Night of Fantasy. Please enjoy. Daylight seeped through the cracks of the rock wall.  Outside, the rain had stopped, but not before overcoming the wildfire that had destroyed much of the surrounding field.  Sage coughed herself awake, still choking on […]

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Jersey City Writers Seeks Fantasy Fiction

Jersey City Writers Seeks Fantasy Fiction

Jersey City Writers presents an evening of fantasy fiction this August.  All subforms of the genre are accepted, including dark fantasy, fairy tales, high fantasy, magical realism, sword and sorcery, urban fantasy or any other fantasy subgenre.  Please read carefully all submission guidelines if you are interested in submitting. Submission Guidelines – 1,300 words or less […]

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