Posts Tagged ‘Brian Kirk’

interview by Joe Vaz

To be honest, this was a story that simply unfolded while writing. I had a vague idea of the setting, a rural town in the southeastern United States, the image of a lost and lonely man, and the intention to explore something strange. I challenged my subconscious to bring the weird and this is what came out.

Cover Art by Vincent Sammy From Issue 12 (August 2011)
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by Brian Kirk

From a distance came the woeful howling of a neighbor’s neglected dog, disrupting the unusually soundless night. The evenings were normally so alive with the incessant buzzing and chirping of restless insects. He stopped, and simply listened, to nothing. Not a rustle of wind. Not a scuttle of bug. Just the dog in the distance, desperately pleading for attention.

Cover Art by Vincent Sammy From Issue 12 (August 2011)
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