Posts Tagged "ferrett steinmetz"

Riding Atlas

by on Jan 8, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

5,000 Words They were naked, now, on a dirty mattress. “Neither of you have eaten or drunk anything for twenty-four hours?” Ryan asked, hauling equipment into the room: sloshing plastic buckets, packs of hypodermic needles, coils of tubing, straps. “And no drugs in your system? This is a...

Read More

Interview with Ferrett Steinmetz

by on Apr 1, 2014 in Interviews | 1 comment

After being bitten by a radioactive writing bug at the 2008 Clarion Writer’s Workshop, Ferrett Steinmetz found his writing career wholly transformed into something with intense focus, buff craft–muscles, and the ability to scale previously impossible publishing walls. Since 2008, his...

Read More

The Cultist’s Son

by on Apr 1, 2014 in Short Fiction | 5 comments

3800 Words “I used to think the sky would peel open,” the girl with the green hair confesses, curling black–nailed fingers around a can of Pabst. “I always had bloody knees, because I never looked down when I walked — I’d clasp my eyes to the sky, bracing myself for the sight of a...

Read More