My short story in Dissections: The Journal of Contemporary Horror

 

Absence

Last month, Dissections: The Journal of Contemporary Horror selected my short-story Absence to appear in their 10th edition. Dissections is a peer-review online journal edited by Gina Wisker and Michelle Bernard and counts three times Bram Stoker award winner Michael A. Arnzen among its editorial board.

Absence is an urban horror set in the back streets of Tokyo. It was a story I began working on during my MA and my desire was to create a story that became more dreamlike as it progressed.

You can check it out here

http://www.simegen.com/writers/dissections/Dissections%202014/dissections_page_06.html

 

 

Also, take time to read the other great stories in this edition. Online journals like these are where many writers are given a chance to develop and showcase their stories and need your support.

I would like to thank everyone involved at Dissection and hope to write for them again in the future.

 

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