The Storyletter Substack

Interview with C.R. Langille

Available now! I had the wonderful chance to interview Cody Langille, CDMP, PCM, the owner of Timber Ghost Press and a horror/dark fantasy author living in Utah. They are greatly passionate about the craft and have a lot to offer aspiring writers in the industry. Cody formed and runs the Utah Chapter of the Horror Writers... Continue Reading →

A Grammatical Ghost by Elia Wilkinson Peattie

"The Grammatical Ghost" was first published in "The Shape of Fear and other Ghostly Tales" (1898). Now, 124 years later, it's been given a new life in the form of an immersive audio reading. Narrated by Daniel Davison, with audio mixing by Winston Malone for The Storyletter Substack. This short story follows a posh woman named Miss... Continue Reading →

“Toothache From Hell” Available for Free!

It's Saturday!! You know what that means: FREE story drop just for you! "Toothache From Hell" is a magical realism/body horror piece written by Daniel W. Davison, a frequent guest author on The Storyletter Substack. This short story follows Adam Abbot as he navigates a tortured existence of bullying, domestic abuse, and the constant physical... Continue Reading →

Debut Story “Cubed” Now Available!

What a wonderful day! Today, The Storyletter Substack published a debut short story called "Cubed", written and submitted by Golden Boy. The story follows Ruby, a professional puzzler, as she gets teleported into an anime-style puzzle death game on the eve of the World Puzzle Championship to face an unexpected foe and the subsequent emotions... Continue Reading →

The Substack Life

Hey there, I created a Substack a little over six months ago and this has been my experience so far. I've slowly accumulated 77 wonderful subscribers. The initial 20, or so, were family and friends, but ever since then it's been a slow grind pumping out short fiction for people to enjoy. I've been getting... Continue Reading →

A Dark Reflection (Flash Fiction)

I pressed the button on the chamber door and it slid up with a hiss. I stepped through and the motion lights embedded to either side of me brightened, then dimmed back to energy-saving mode as I made my way down the pristine, white corridor. The corridor led to a chamber known as the Galaxry,... Continue Reading →

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