Interview with writer Copper Smith. Copper's story, "Woman Seeking Men," will appear at the end of this Interview episode of the Thrills and Mystery Podcast.
Interview with writer and podcaster Nadine Matheson. Nadine is an eclectic author who writes sci-fi, crime fiction, and drama.
Interview with writer John Hegenberger. John's work was featured in episode twenty of season three of the Thrills and Mystery Podcast.
In the first story in this duel-story episode a cop is cop-blocked while on a date with a co-worker. In the second tale, a one-night-stand has long-ranging ripple effects.
It's 1959 in Tinseltown, and sometimes the rich and famous need the help of the best damn shamus on the streets.
A PI with a client who just wants his wife to stop sleeping around has to come up with a new way to prove to the cheating spouse that her husband didn't kill her lover. Or did he?
In a not-so-distant future where technology allows mankind to read the memories of bugs, human nature remains the only consistent thing. Like cockroaches, the PI business will survive anything.
In an alternate NYC where mushrooms are on the brink of taking over the landscape, a PI is searching for a missing girl in all the dank dark places one would normally avoid.
A couple driving on a gloomy night get sidetracked on a road off the beaten track to find - well - it's not about what they find so much as what finds them.
Lots of things are white in this story. There's the room, the giant talking tape room, the paper drawings; but mostly there's the horse, the white horse that sets everything in motion - the white horse called Heroine.
Seeking justice for her murdered mother from an oracle seems like a good idea, unless the oracle was a party to the murder.
There's a famous thought experiment which asks "What if reality is that we're actually just thoughts in a box?" What would that mean for freewill? What would be the implications for the concept of freedom?
A brave knight and a sometimes unicorn, sometimes man, sometimes other things creature set out on a quest to save a fair damsel from her captor. Then things got weird.
When the best wizard in a misogynistic village is a woman, and her incompetent male relative has gotten himself and the prince in a jam with a sloppily composed spell, fixing his mistakes may be more trouble than it's worse.
Blake is in LA on a job, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have time to take care of a pesky litter bug. Although the litter bug has other plans.
A woman on a family vacation to the Grand Canyon discovers that her vertigo has a purpose. It makes her the perfectly empathetic channel for others who have actually taken the fall she so fears.
When a raid on a Talibani bigwig's hideout goes to crap, a US military squad mourns the loss of two soldiers, one two-legged, one four. Then as night falls a mysterious Afghani boy arrives at the base with a huge morale booster.
Father Ward's uncertainty over whether the strangeness he has been experiencing since his return from war is supernatural or PTSD is behind him. He's certain now; it's supernatural, and it's worse than he'd ever feared.
Father Ward has returned from Afghanistan with PTSD after witnessing his squad slaughtered by a small girl strapped to a bomb; but the real evil may actually be waiting for him back home.
A priest returns from the war in Afghanistan with nightmares that follow him in more ways than one.
Esmerelda was a happy wife and mother before the zombie apocalypse. Now she projects that maternal impulse onto the putrid, but still eating corpse of her undead masters' daughter.
Classically familiar noir tale of a red-headed seductress and the sap who will do anything for her, no matter how certain it is to end badly.
In these three brief tales we meet a couple with a unique and deadly hobby, a castaway who may well be better off alone, and a put-upon wife with a big and disgusting problem.
Stories on the Go 2 is an anthology of short flash fiction by several indie writers. This episode features three stories from the collection selected at random.