The Death Scene Artist (Novel)

December 5, 2018

1| A Single Thread Posted: 11/08/2013   I never know who to wear. It doesn’t matter the situation. When I glance inside my closet it’s […]

Chimera

December 5, 2018

i. He sits surrounded by demons. They whisper vivisection, critical analysis. Their words hover, overwriting the mouths of passersby like bad voiceover, incongruous with the […]

Lasciare Suonare

December 5, 2018

The world screams day and night as villages, towns, entire cities are wiped clear from its surface. The extinguished souls are, in death, condemned to […]

Grudge Match

December 5, 2018

i. Wrenched one eye open. Tried the other—was fastened shut, like it’d been glued or some shit. Why was she awake? Right. Thunder. In threes, […]

F.A.S. (Foetal Atomic Syndrome)

December 5, 2018

i. The fireman exited the decimated first-grade classroom. Ash and blood draped across his shoulders like he’d walked beneath a canopy of entrails. He held […]

The Best Worst Idea Ever

December 5, 2018

I remember that afternoon, when the President of the World took to the stage, gripping both sides of the podium set atop a golden skyscraper […]

The Recovered Journal of Marius Vladimirescu, Last of the Clown Hunters

December 5, 2018

*Translator’s Note: The following pages, excavated from the remains discovered at the site of the former town of Mormânt, mark the last days in the […]

Just a Little Spice Will Do

December 5, 2018

When Alex arrived home Sunday night with an overflowing grocery bag tucked under each arm, she saw her girlfriend doubled over at the waist, retching […]

Fostering Artistic Talent

December 5, 2018

i. The room is dark and smells of salt and industry, like a port at night. Soft rectangles of teal blue circle the room. Between […]

Foreclosing on the House of God

December 5, 2018

When the angel appeared in Cassie’s living room with a broadsword in his side – bright, blood-stained steel sticking out from between two halves of […]

Paradoxical

December 5, 2018

This is it. Samuel blinked repeatedly. He couldn’t see anything. This is what it’s like to be dead. I have no idea where I am […]

A Window Into the

December 5, 2018

—the lottery, Stephen thinks to himself. It’s the end of the night. He’s standing in his underwear in front of the full-length mirror atop a […]

When I’m Old, When I’m Grey

December 5, 2018

After an unexpected malfunction, the technology which enables humanity to cross vast distances has separated an interstellar traveler from the love of her life — […]

What You’re In For

December 5, 2018

Allan knows, better than most, the meaning of the saying “you are your own worst enemy.” In What You’re in For, author Andrew Wilmot dredges […]

Anathema: Spec from the Margins (Mission Statement)

December 5, 2018

Exceptional art is a bruise: it leaves its mark on you. At its best it leaves us vulnerable and raw, transformed by the experience. At […]

The Death Scene Artist, by Andrew Wilmot

December 5, 2018

M_____ is dying of cancer. Only thirty-two, an extra with a meagre list of credits to their name and afraid of being forgotten, M_____ starts […]

Editorial: What Fresh Hell is This?

December 4, 2018

So. You’re sitting there, nursing a coffee or tea in front of your computer or tablet or what have you, and thinking to yourself: Huh, […]

Editorial: Round 2, Fight! (Or: Fuck Your Devil’s Advocacy)

December 4, 2018

Boy, it’s been a hell of a few months, hasn’t it? If one didn’t know any better, one might think we’d collectively been written into […]

Reviews (Backlisted)

December 4, 2018

Wilmot, Andrew. And Again, by Jessica Chiarella. May 2016. Wilmot, Andrew. What is Not Yours is Not Yours, by Helen Oyeyemi. April 2016. Wilmot, Andrew. […]

Reviews (Professional Publications)

December 4, 2018

Wilmot, Andrew. Be With: Letters to a Caregiver, by Mike Barnes. Publishers Weekly, September 2018. Wilmot, Andrew. Crow Jazz, by Linda Rogers. subTerrain, issue 80. […]