Posts Tagged ‘ Matthew C. Funk ’

Short Thoughts on Short Fiction: Matthew C Funk

December 13, 2011
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At All Due Respect this month, Matthew creates a spinning, confusing and yet crystal clear voyage inside the mind of madness in his story “Broken Play”. A man consumed by regret and crack, lost in memories and drugs stumbles through a normal activity that becomes a quest and trial. Outside his mind, the story...

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Short Thoughts on Short Fiction: Court Merrigan, Chris Rhatigan, Matthew C. Funk

November 21, 2011
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Short Thoughts on Short Fiction: Court Merrigan, Chris Rhatigan, Matthew C. Funk

Lek, by Court Merrigan Over at Specter, Court Merrigan has a refreshing and unique tale of lives that drift and fall. I’m always on the look for Court’s stories as he tends to be a little more experimental and genre-bending than most. Here, he tells a story of a foreign life, both in setting...

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2011 Spinetingler Award: Short Story on the Web – NOMINEES

March 24, 2011
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UPDATE: Go here to vote, polls are open until April 30th. As has become our practice we like to announce the nominees for the Best Short Story on the Web category one week ahead of the other categories. We hope that will allow voters enough time to read all of the stories before voting....

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Short Thoughts on Short Fiction: The Master Bedroom by Anonymous-9

May 5, 2010
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Short Thoughts on Short Fiction: The Master Bedroom by Anonymous-9

Review by Matthew C. Funk Want to be trapped?  Then I have the room for you. Every good horror story gives us a glimpse at what’s squirming in the basement. The Master Bedroom by enigmatic noir writer, Anonymous-9 is the rare species of story that doesn’t stop there. That’s what makes it great. It...

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