The Most Twisted Stories from Pulphouse Fiction Magazine
What gives the "twist" to these stories? They wouldn't fit in any other magazine, for one thing. They leave readers shaking their heads in amazement that they read that story, let alone anyone wrote it.
Twisted stories often make you laugh, or make you tear up because they always surprise the reader. And that makes them very memorable.
This volume, the second collection from Pulphouse, filled bumper to bumper with stories from some of our favorite writers.
"The Wereyam" by Kent Patterson
"The Old Guy" by Annie Reed
"Playing With Trains" by J. Steven York
"Hand Fast" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"The Time Cop" by Patrick Alan Mammay
"Catastrophe Baker and the Cold Equations" by Mike Resnick
"Time, Expressed as an Entrée" by Robert Jeschonek
"Savage Breasts" by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
"Fiction" by Jerry Oltion
"Group" by Ray Vukcevich
"Looking for the Bastard" by David H. Hendrickson