Thursday, May 11, 2017

Short Story Month: James Dorr proclaimed May International Short Story Month back in 2013. As the short story, in the mystery genre is the reason why the Short Mystery Fiction Society exists, we join in the celebration each year. The SMFS spin on festivities is to highlight one or more members’ online stories per day. 

Today, James Dorr shares his “paranormal detective story” archived at Daily Science Fiction  titled “Dead Lines.” James adds that the tale is also “…intended as a tip of the hat to Edgar Allan Poe as a father of the detective genre.” While at the site, James has another story, "Casket Girls" in the archives for your reading pleasure.

If you’d like to be included, email the link to your story to KevinRTipple  at Verizon dot net.

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