Brenda Carre writes long and short fiction woven through with a kiss of Grimdark and a twist of mythic fantasy. Brenda’s short fiction is released through Pulp Literature, Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Bundle Rabbit, and Fiction River.
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THE LEGEND OF LONG BOW AND SHORT STAFF in ‘Tavern Tales’ Edited by Kerrie L Hughes. Two hotel entrepreneurs discover a mythical beast in the Rocky Mountains in this short narrative poem in homage to Robert W.Service.
RATS AT SEA in ‘No Humans Allowed’ edited by John Helfers. Will ships’ rats desert an English Frigate under fire from the French during the Napoleonic Wars? Not if their leader is a doughty young rat named Willy Topper and not if he needs to save the life of his one true love.
THE CROW WAR OF WILLOWS BEACH in ‘Haunted’ Now Available at Amazon.ca and .com, Kobo Sue Joseph knows that Willows beach is haunted, but she discovers the murder of crows transform by night into a tribe of shape shifting ghosts who fight a continuous battle with the soul-eaters, demons coming through to devour humankind.