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Friday, March 25, 2016

A collection of diverse short stories... Read and review this collection from @LordWalkiWolf




Genre: General Fiction, Dystopian, LGBT
Published: August 24, 2014
Formats Available: All Digital


TALES FOR THE 21st CENTURY is a collection of diverse short stories written within the last 14 years, featuring vampires, volcanoes, trees, skeletons, and other creatures. It could be considered light horror.

 
Little is known about the apparently quiet W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh. The few unearthed bones are still disconnected: dreams, books, no gender, tattoos, wolves, invisible energies, permanent puzzlement. W would be (in alphabetical order) a versatile artist, a chocolate fiend, an independent musician, and a tree hugger.

The cats know more, but refuse to talk: one will stare you down; the other one will fight you.

W's writings have appeared in unknown, obscure zines and in the last ten years in various anthologies: 'Write Now' (UK, 2001), 'Threads' (UK, 2009, edited by Cassandra Lee aka Shawn-A-Lee McCutcheon-Bell), 'Eclectica' (2011, edited by Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc), 'No One Makes It Out Alive (2012, edited by Hydra M. Star), 'Blessings from the Darkness' (2014, edited by Kelly J. Koch), 'Ladies and Gentlemen of Horror 2014 (edited by Jennifer L. Miller).

W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh is the author of the novel 'Outsider' (2012) and the collection of short stories 'Tales for the 21st Century' (2014).

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