Short Fiction & Poetry (Podcast) – The Tragic Tale of Doctor Fausset
“The Tragic Tale of Doctor Fausset” is a Steampunk retelling of the fairy tale classic “Briar Rose” (aka “Sleeping Beauty”) with a little Doctor Faust thrown in for good measure. It debuted in Nevermet Press’s Stories in the Ether back in November 2011. It also appears in Caught in the Cogs: An Eclectic Collection and will be part of Robert Stikmanz’s 3000 weeks celebration.
“All I See is Your Absence,” “Oh Endless Night,” and “Look Into My Eyes” are the poems read this week. All appeared on this blog and the first two also appeared in Caught in the Cogs: An Eclectic Collection. “Look Into My Eyes” also appeared in SNM Horror Mag’s Dark Poetry section, August 2012.
Most of these stories and poetry are taken from Caught in the Cogs: An Eclectic Collection. Buy your copy via Amazon or Barnes & Noble in paperback, or if you prefer eReaders, on the Kindle and Nook, and via Smashwords in various other eBook formats. Also available Author-Signed through the publisher.
~ by omgrey on October 15, 2012.
Posted in Podcasted Fiction
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