A skylight shattered beneath steel-toed red shoes.
Shards rained on the pavement and richocheted. Peanut shielded his eyes. When he looked back, Banjo was there.
The clown.from Peanut Gets Red Nosed
A debt comes due for a peanut salesmen in a strange circus city.
An unusual set of friends cause a man to have serious marriage problems.
Someone’s making world changing wishes and it’s up to a pair of agents to stop it.
What happens when your mental psychosis is the reasonable part of your mind?
A strange political system with a dangerous game of chess.
What exactly is an Abundian and how do they battle?
A graveyard caretaker contends with a very strange intruder in this darkly humorous bit of weird fiction.
Tough as nails bikers need a bad-ass name for their gang. But what do you do when your leader has other ideas?
What strange botanical secret is Dr.Abbot protecting? And who’s after him for it?
Jimmy’s got a novel idea. Now if he can just sell it, he might make millions!
A strange building, stretching across the cosmos, a lone inhabitant, and some unconcerned cats.
New love, a family visit, an old fog shrouded ski-lodge, and something is not quite right at Fawn Summit. A strange tale of what was, what might have been, and what maybe is.
Is isolation better alone or with someone? It depends on the company.
Break-ups aren’t always so easy.
Hi, I'm Jude Mire, an author from big 'ol Chicago who moved to a tiny town by the ocean in Nova Scotia! I love writing horror, science fiction, fantasy, and weird fiction. I've written an awesome super-hero series for Griot Enterprises, have been published in several online magazines, was a two time DeathScribe Radio Play finalist, and ran a live horror reading series called Cult Fiction in a swanky bar. Spooky!
Across genres, my work has an emphasis on exploring the atypical, expanding diversity, and creating relevant visions. If those are ideas you can get behind then, by all means, please become a patron!
As of 5/21/19 there are
44 stories and 4 chapters of 2 novels
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515 pages of content
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