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Oh, yes, we’ve heard that there was some celebrating of the holiday going on last weekend. That was not the real holiday. Today is the day Real Irish celebrate. Yes, you can still get in on it.

In honor of the holiday, we present a fine Irish tale set in the Crooked Man universe: The Bum’s Rush, by our own Edward Morris. Pour yourself a glass of the black stuff and come with us into the dangerous places…

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I have a new favorite zombie story. I’m not sure I had a favorite zombie story before, but this one is now definitely my favorite: Edward Morris’s DEAD AIR on Tales of the Zombie War. Typical Ed Morris I’m-not-sure-it’s-okay-to-laugh-at-this stuff. Read at your own risk.

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Anotherealm is hosting their annual Best Fantasy Story contest this week; Leona Wisoker’s hilarious Charon in Tahiti is eligible. If you enjoyed the story, please stop by and vote it up. (And fear not, you don’t have to register with the site to vote, just click the little radio button.) If you haven’t read Leona’s story yet, click here to enjoy.

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Edward Morris‘s astounding Death, Inc. is now complete on the website. If you’ve been following along each week, you can find the final installment here. To start at the beginning, go here.

In a genre that is all about alternate visions of reality, Ed’s vision is among the widest and deepest. This novella is a prime example of all the things that make him a writer to watch, and we’re proud to host it on the site. Though fully self-contained, it also serves as a wonderful introduction to the vision of his There Was a Crooked Man series, the first book of which you can see here. Enjoy!

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This week’s haunting installment of Edward Morris’s Death, Inc., titled “Locke Mountain Breakdown”, finds our narrator in the mental health ward. He checked himself in; therefore he can check out when he pleases. Right?

Next week, the final installment of this wild ride goes live. Ed has saved the most mind-twisting part for last…

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With apologies for the delay (your delinquent editor just couldn’t get it together) Edward Morris’s mind-twisting Death, Inc. is moving forward again. This week’s installment is cleverly titled Side View: Machine Wash Warm, Tumble Dry. An absolutely classic tale in its own right, which could be read as a stand-alone. Check it out.

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Further hilarity from Goddess of Slush Angela Still on Celebrities in Disgrace: “GLAMLOVE: Adam Lambert, What Have You Done to Me?”.

All this writing she’s been doing is clearly the reason she has turned in her “Intern” badge and is just reading the slush. Yeah, that and the MFA, and the day job…

I won’t complain, as long as I get to read her stuff.

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