New Publication: Drákōn

Front cover of Wyrms (c) Shacklebound Books Did you know that in publishing etiquette it is an honour to be not just first, but also last in a publication of multiple pieces? Did you also know that anthologies are great places to read stories by new and established authors, and that there are so many … Continue reading New Publication: Drákōn

New Publication: A Mother’s Love

I heft my burden, remembering the days when he toddled so smoothly by my side. We’d have giggled in this storm, watched from protective windows, and eviscerated puddles in the morning’s rays. Now, I drag him through the rain.Such is the turning of time.Emma Louise Gill , "A Mother's Love" Sunday 8th May 2022. A … Continue reading New Publication: A Mother’s Love

New Publication: Cù-Sìth

Anthology cover image by Shacklebound Books Readers, I have a secret: sometimes I write darker stories. In fact, that may not be a secret if you've read Sister here on my blog, or know about my horror-themed microfiction entry to the NYC Midnight 250-word competition, which won 2nd place in its group. Next month I'll … Continue reading New Publication: Cù-Sìth

Coffee, Red

It's official! My newest short story, "Coffee, Red" was published last week in Melbourne's Curiouser Magazine. I make bargains every moment of my life. Eyes bargain with light for an acceptable version of reality, asking my conscious mind to ignore the waiting shadows. Lungs bargain with air for the necessary oxygen to function, forgetting that … Continue reading Coffee, Red