Jason Heller

2:30 AM/PM by Jason Heller

2:30 AM/PM by Jason Heller

Published Issue 100, April 2022 Best of Birdy Originally Published Issue 015 The knock at the door comes at 2:30 a.m. I am alone and awake to greet it. I pad down the hall in soft socks and weak shadows, my shoulder blades twisting beneath my skin like insects trapped in a napkin. Charlie says …

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StokerCon 2021: CO’s Annual Horror Lit Fest Interview with John Palisano and Joshua Viola

StokerCon 2021: Colorado’s Annual Horror Lit Fest An Interview with John Palisano and Joshua Viola By Krysti Joméi Art by Aaron Lovett Read an exclusive sneak peek of the The Denver Phantom Edition — “Collateral Damage” by Angie Hodapp — below the interview. Horror Writers Association president John Palisano and StokerCon 2021 souvenir anthology editor & producer …

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MANY NOBLE NAMES: Jason Heller

MANY NOBLE NAMESBy Jason HellerArt by Luke StackpooleBest of Birdy: Story Originally Published Issue 009, August 2014 Blood was nothing new on that boulevard. Trails of it appeared on the sidewalks about once a month, shed we assumed by someone beaten or stabbed during the night. Sometimes the blood looked like rust. Other times it …

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MANY NOBLE NAMES: JASON HELLER

MANY NOBLE NAMESBy Jason HellerPublished Issue 009, September 2014 Blood was nothing new on that boulevard. Trails of it appeared on the sidewalks about once a month, shed we assumed by someone beaten or stabbed during the night. Sometimes the blood looked like rust. Other times it was redder and fresher, perhaps dripped on the …

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THE HAND THAT FEEDS: JASON HELLER

THE HAND THAT FEEDSBy Jason HellerPublished Issue 005, May 2014 Benton walked through the hallways of the prison, half a step behind Officer Gurley. Despite the air conditioning, his palms were sweating. He’d been inside the place many times before, but never like this. “You got your knives on you?” Gurley whispered over his shoulder. …

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