Read Terra’ poem Time to Go in
(Terra’s poem also contains content warning: abuse, violence, death)
A collection of short stories, flash fiction, and poetry in response to the question, “If not now, when?” from the members of The League of Utah Writers Infinite Monkeys Chapter with an introduction also written by Terra. Inside you’ll find award-winning authors and newcomers alike across many genres including science fiction, romance, western, fantasy, historical, paranormal, and horror. Hopeful, triumphant, dark, and fanciful all await you.
Available in both ebook and print HERE.
Read Terra’s short story Fog of War in
A scifi/dystopian tale about the last remnants of the human race who no longer fully believe the mythology of their history. A cathartic tale written during the height of the social unrest during 2020. Find echoes of our world in this fictional one, if you look hard enough. For long-time fans, you’ll recognize the world and several of the characters from the story “Reflections” in Secrets and Doors. Revisit this world and see another point of view.
This collection, focused on dreams, encompasses many different genres and hopefully has something for everyone. Available in both eBook and print HERE.
Read Terra’s Short Story The Last Yoga Class in
A woman learns the terrible lengths her mother went through to keep her safe. An entity from an alternate dimension does whatever it takes to maximize profit. An astronaut grapples with the terror his orders unwittingly unleash. A Van Helsing confronts a vampire with a conscience. This anthology is full of uncomfortable dilemmas that plague humanity on a daily basis.
Each story is written by an active member of the Salt City Genre Writers, and each explores the question in a unique and interesting way. Dive in, and you’ll get 16 different windows into the souls of people making the most difficult decisions of their lives.
Read Terra’s short story Fly on the Wall in
Have you ever heard part of a conversation you weren’t meant to hear? Do you feel compelled to listen in to others? Ever wondered what it would be like to be a fly on the wall? What if what you heard could hurt your marriage? How would you handle it if you were suddenly attuned to the conversation of the gods? All those things happen here and more when you crack open the pages of this anthology.
The Blue Quill chapter of the League of Utah Writers presents their anthology: Within Earshot – Rumors, Whispers, and Lies. Asking our local writers to tell us about an overheard conversation, this is the selection of short pieces compiled for your reading enjoyment.
Read Terra’s short story Dissolving Echoes in
If you have ever been on a train and caught a glimpse of events through an open window as you pass by, you’ve experienced a slice-of-life story. In Dissolving Echoes, Terra leaves the “window” open for a little bit longer; providing a larger glimpse into her character’s world; but like that train passenger, leaves us with an ending that will be unique to every reader.
35 stories from the Infinite Monkeys Genre Writers Chapter of The League of Utah Writers.
Featuring #1 Amazon bestselling author Michael Darling’s Sailing on the Sands of Burning Tides, the award-winning stories, What We Leave Behind from Masha Shukovich, and Stone Soup from Leigh Saunders, together with a brand new story, A Friend in Need, from the award-winning Caryn Larrinaga.
Read what the Infinite Monkeys have been writing over the past year, and experience both new and familiar voices in tales spanning the genres from comedic to literary, horror to fantasy.
Read Terra’s short story Baby of the Lake in
The Great Salt Lake is a remnant of an ancient lake that was almost as long as the State of Utah. What mysteries does it hold in its briny waters? What secrets lurk in its murky shores?
… a malevolent spirit haunts a pregnant woman, luring her ever closer to the salty depths, yet what it wants is much more horrifying than death…
Nestled inside the second anthology of Utah horror, are tales intended to delight a wide range of readers, everything from traditional horror, to romance, comedy and young adult.
Read Terra’s short story Reflection in
Jadayell is devoted to abolishing the ban on reflections, but her family is responsible for upholding it and protecting the real reasons behind it. In her quest to satisfy her personal desires, she uncovers a secret with the power to destroy the world. Will she choose the greater good of the people, or her own selfish needs?
Open the door and unlock the secrets in eleven short stories from The Secret Door Society, an organization of fantasy and science fiction authors dedicated to charitable work. All proceeds from this anthology benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in their quest to cure Type One Diabetes (T1D).
In these pages you’ll discover a modern woman trapped in an old fashioned dreamscape, a futuristic temp worker who fights against her programming, a beautiful vampire’s secret mission disrupted by betrayal, a sorcerer’s epic battle against a water dragon, the source of magical mirrors—and more. There are tales for every science fiction and fantasy taste, including new works from award-winning authors Johnny Worthen, Lehua Parker, Christine Haggerty, and Adrienne Monson.
Join us in the fight against T1D as you peek into a world of magical and mysterious doorways—if you dare.
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