As someone who writes weird and slipstream fiction, I know how hard it can be to find pieces with the aesthetic I enjoy. Great weird writing often falls under general fantasy, science fiction, or horror categories. I’ve collected some of my favorites that are sure to keep you in a curious mood. If you want to receive monthly updates about the Curio Cabinet, sign up for my email list.
Thoughts on: Murder by Pixel by S. L. Huang, Wallers by Mari Ness, To Cheer As They Leave You Behind by James L. Sutter and The Satellite Charmer by Bougouma Diene
Today I had the immense pleasure of listening to Eating Bitterness by Hannah Yang in The Dark Magazine on The Dark’s podcast. This was one of those stories that came at the right time to pack an emotional gut-punch. Generally, I struggle with the expectations of motherhood vs. my capacity to give. To be perfectly […]
Thoughts on: Promises We Made Under a Brick-Dark Sky by Karen Osborne, I’m Feeling Lucky by Leonid Kaganov, and The Child Feast of Harridan Sack by Kaitlyn Zivanovich
Thoughts on How to Be Good by R Gatwood, What Sisters Take by Kelly Sandoval, and The Fine Print by Chinelo Onwualu.