Latchkey Tales 1.2: Elementals (Children of Water)

I’ve just completed the final edit on the next edition of Latchkey Tales, and I’m very excited about it. This is an awesome little collection of stories and poems, and I can’t wait to share it with you.

This edition includes the following stories and poems:

And the Key Sang – Joel A. Nichols (“A man who is about to repeat the risky stunt he successfully completed years before realises what it will cost him.”)

Water in Her Eyes – Shauna Aura Knight

The Collector – Tara Campbell (“Being Trident’s girlfriend isn’t as glamorous as one would think—a mermaid tries to make the most of her banishment far away from the ocean.”)

Adie – Jax Goss

Sugarplum Island – Barb Siples (“Too old for his orphanage, a mysterious foundling is kicked to the streets of a derelict manufactory town and lured into paradise.”)

The Siren Calls – Dominica Malcolm

Wisdom – Llanwyre Laish (“A woman who pursues a fish for fourteen years learns that she can only catch what she desires when she embodies it completely.”)

Beachers – Evan Purcell (“Two brothers find an egg on an isolated beach; they quickly learn that some things are better left untouched.”)

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The cover is yet another masterpiece by Luke Spooner.

Latchkey - August version 1

You can have the ebook delivered to your inbox for one tiny dollar by subscribing over on Patreon, or get a hardcopy delivered to you anywhere in the world for only $16.

 

 

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About Dominica Malcolm

Most of my blogging tends toward my travel experiences, and diversity in media, but I will also discuss my own creative pursuits, which are generally in the film, writing, and performance fields. I'm also an editor at Solarwyrm Press. Performance: improv, acting, stand-up comedy. Filmmaking: Screenwriting, directing, video editing, short films, music videos. Writing: speculative fiction, memoir, short stories. Though I consider myself a citizen of the world, with how many places feel like home to me, I was born and raised in Australia, to American parents. I'm a dual-national of both countries, lived in Malaysia for five and a half years, and now live in the US.

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