I have a new anthology live on Amazon, readers! Those of you who purchased Cirsova Magazine's 2020 Summer Issue will recognize "Death's Shadow," of course, but the other five stories have never been published before. Now available in ebook* and paperback*, I give you The Guardian Cycle, Vol.1: In Dreams and Other Stories: A man … Continue reading Bulletin: Welcome to The Guardian Cycle!
I have a new short story available for your enjoyment, readers! The publisher is none other than E&GJ Press, specifically their Ember: A Journal of Luminous Things magazine. You can read the story online free here, readers: https://read.emberjournal.org/caroline-furlong/other-items-sold-separately/ This is a momentous occasion: I have my first online publication! There will be print publications in … Continue reading Bulletin: A New Short Story Is Live!
Just in time for Christmas – Planetary Anthology Sol* is available for purchase as an audiobook! Now you can listen to “Let the Dead Bury Their Dead,” my superhero story, along with all the other great tales included in this collection surrounding the sun. Considering we are coming up on the feast of the birth … Continue reading Bulletin: Planetary Anthology Sol is an Audiobook!
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, readers, so that means Black Friday is right around the corner as well. In light of that, Tuscany Bay Books is having a sale on all eleven volumes of the Planetary Anthology Series! From Thanksgiving Day through the weekend, you can buy the entire ebook collection for around $10. What a bargain! … Continue reading Bulletin: Planetary Anthology Sale!
N. R. LaPoint has a list of horror stories for Halloween, and yours truly made the list! Take a look, readers, and see if you can find some new books to give you more thrills and chills this October 31st!
It’s the time of year for a book boost! Lovecraftian horror, knights in power armor, undead dragons, demons, Catholic schoolgirls with chainsaws, veterinarians, magical spears, vampires, bilocating cops, cyberpunk paladin samurais, and more!
For some reason many people associate the world of written horror with that one guy. The one who apparently writes twist endings about aliens that are also spiders or evil cars or something. That guy. But there are other authors! Better ones!
So if you are looking for something appropriate for the season, I’ve got a list right here.
Is Death a dog or a cat? Would it be worse to be turned into a pig or a fish? After we die do we become characters in a movie, or parts for an old truck?
Weird fictioneers Misha Burnett and Louise Sorensen explore the dark depths of the human…
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Whew! There has been a fair bit going on behind the scenes here at Song, readers. I do not want to talk about all of it yet, as there is still some work to be done before any announcements are forthcoming. But I will say that it looks promising, though it might be some time … Continue reading Bulletin: Caroline’s Newsletter
Yesterday I joined Anthony Marchetta on the Superversive Livestream to discuss anime, the Pulp Revolution, and the pulp tales of yore. We spoke about many other topics as well. It was a fun two hours, readers! There were some technical difficulties with the stream, and we went silent or at least too low to hear … Continue reading Bulletin: A Return to the Superversive Livestream!
Today is the big day, readers! Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue, which features my tale “Lupus One” as the cover story, is now LIVE and available for purchase in both ebook* and paperback* on Amazon! I have searched long and hard for a home for this story, and seeing it in print (and illustrated!) at … Continue reading Bulletin: Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue is LIVE!
Learn more through the link, readers: Discovery off New Zealand includes kitefin shark, which at up to 180cm is now biggest-known luminous vertebrate Researchers believe sharks probably glow for camouflage to protect from attack from beneath. Photograph: Jérôme Mallefet Elle Hunt in Wellington Tue 2 Mar 2021 Scientists studying sharks off New Zealand have discovered that three deep-sea species … Continue reading Glow in the Dark – Sharks?!
More good news has arrived, readers! As of May 14, 2021, I have had a short story published in Storyhack Magazine*! If you crack open their latest issue – Storyhack Magazine Issue Seven – you will find my tale “Scylla’s Lair” which begins on page 89! It takes a familiar fairy tale, adds a dash … Continue reading Bulletin: A New Story Revealed – in Storyhack Magazine, Issue Seven!