Howling and Growling

May 6, 2018

Welcome monsters, this week we bring you three humorous flash fiction tales from our creator, Rinoa Cameron. 

Rinoa is a British Writer, who lives in a nest of spiders, dragons, and sharks. Fantastic stories jam-packed with monsters and goo are close to her heart....

March 25, 2018

Welcome to another addition of Feed Your Monster, where we aim to deliver only the tastiest stories to satiate inner monsters everywhere. This week we bring you a well-crafted tale from Stephen Owen that will leave your skin crawling. 

Stephen lives and work...

March 18, 2018

Welcome to Feed Your Monster's weekly ezine instalment. This week we're dishing up a fiendish tale from Steve Carr.

Steve Carr, who lives in Richmond, Va., began his writing career as a military journalist and has had over a 140 short stories published internationally...

February 25, 2018

Welcome to another Feed Your Monster feast. This week we present "Last Exit" from Kevin Hurtack. 

Kevin Hurtack is an author and artist who is always exploring new ways to disturb his audience.  You can catch up with his madness at kevinhurtack.wordpress.com

La...

February 18, 2018

We apologise for the lack of feeding yesterday. A technical hiccup set us back. To ensure your monsters don't stay hungry, we offer this tasty piece of flash fiction from our own Rinoa Cameron. 

Threadbare 

By Rinoa Cameron

Lucas huddled beside the portable stove, wa...

February 3, 2018

As our Saturday feeding time arrives again, we bring a foreboding tale of blood-sodden roots from Rose Strickman to your table.

Rose Strickman is a sci-fi, fantasy and horror author living in Seattle, Washington. Her work has appeared in the anthologies T...

January 20, 2018

In our flash fiction double we delivers two tasty treats to your monster's table. 

First up is a delectable tale from Karl Lykken, who's serving us a dollop of purity and sin on the same plate.

Karl Lykken writes stories and software in Texas. His horror f...

January 6, 2018

This week we bring you two very different flash fiction tales to sink your monster's teeth into. 

Knife Work from Ed Ahern is due to appear in our March 2018 anthology: Fangs and Broken Bones.

Ed Ahern resumed writing after forty odd years in foreign intelligence an...

December 30, 2017

This tasty bite from Edward Turner III is due to appear in our March 2018 anthology: Fangs and Broken Bones.

Edward Turner III has been writing since the day before he turned eight. Some of those early writings leave a bit to be desired, such as his poem, 'The Monster W...

December 2, 2017

 This original tale by Max Sparber is due to appear in our March 2018 anthology: Fangs and Broken Bones.

Max Sparber is a playwright, journalist and author in Minneapolis, MN. He also writes about the stranger side of the Wild West at wildest-west.com.

The Cage 

By Max...

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