Rampant Loon Press is excited to announce the release of Stupefying Stories 1.16 (March 2017), featuring:
I LIVE THE WARRIOR’S LIFE • by Robert Lowell Russell
No one knew how Mel summoned Brother Crow to this world, but the trickster was delighted to help Mel with his practical joke. Then, because Crow loved a good prank, he left the door to the spirit world open, and everything changed…
THIS IS NOT WHEN YOU SAID THAT YOU WOULD MEET ME • by Robert Dawson
When she went into cryosleep, her husband promised to wake her as soon as they found a cure. He was a sweet and loving man, but he’d always been the forgetful sort.
IRENA PESTROVICH • by Thomas K. Carpenter
She was a special kind of FBI agent, with a special set of skills—which was good, because this was no ordinary murder.
ONE SAFFRON THREAD • by Sarah Bartsch
It’d been years since the Royal Mages had visited the orphanage, seeking children with the gift. Sativa would do anything to make sure she was the one they chose.
LONG COLD WISH • by Laura DeHaan
Never, ever, drink from a wishing well. You just don’t know what else might be down there.
PROVINCIAL AFFAIRS • by Alter S. Reiss
The Lady Adinara Rvellin was a complete disgrace to the Imperial Service, and she worked very hard to make sure everyone knew that.
THE BUSINESS OF RATS • by Sandra M. Odell
Ratty Tomlin had never met a rat he couldn’t catch. Then he took the Beckett and Brownman job.
THE MEMORY OF WORMS • by Karin Terebessy
As her father’s illness grew worse, they hid the scissors and the kitchen knives. But the valaška remained, mounted in its place of honor above the mantelpiece.
CATCH OF THE DAY • by Kurt Heinrich Hyatt
After crash landing on an Earthlike alien world, survival should have been easy. All they had to do was catch a fish…