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
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.
By Rinoa Cameron
Lucas huddled beside the portable stove, wa...
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
Edward Turner III
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 23, 2017
As Christmas creeps closer, we present a festive tale by Diane Arrelle, "Feast of Stephen".
Diane Arrelle, the pen name of South Jersey writer Dina Leacock, has sold more than 250 short stories and has two published books including Just A Drop In The Cup, a collec...
December 16, 2017
As Christmas draws closer, snuggle in front of the fire, roast some chestnuts, and sink your fangs into this week's festive tale: Regifting by Rebecca Daff.
Rebecca writes dark fantasy and horror. Regardless of genre, it's gonna get weird. Follow her on Twitter @r...
December 9, 2017
Feeding time again and we'e serving up a feast from Kilmo. We offer "Marrow", which is packed with juicy creepiness and sure to satisfy.
In Kilmo’s twenties, he lived in vehicles and caravans on the continent as part of the European travelling/ squat/ tekniv...
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.
November 25, 2017
Joel A. Coughlin
This week we are offering Joel A. Coughlin's tale "Sunday Afternoon In The Park Just After The Zombie Apocalypse" to satisfy your monster.
This is Joel A. Coughlin's first publication, which is what we strive to be a part of at Feed Your Monster.
Joel is a preschoo...
November 18, 2017
This week we are proud to present Half-Baked by Holly Schofield for your monster's tastebuds.
Holly Schofield's short stories have appeared in Analog, Lightspeed, Escape Pod, and many other publications throughout the world. You can find her at hollyschofield.wordpress...
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May 30, 2018
Taking a power nap!
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Fangs and Broken Bones!
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The Tooth Fairy
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No Man's Land
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