The stories listed here belong to groupings not quite large enough to deserve their own slots in the dropdown menu . . . yet.
- “Such as Dreams Are Made Of”
Holt was a master of his art.
The application form is seventy-two pages long, and they require nine copies.
- “Comparison of Efficacy Rates for Seven Antipathetics as Employed Against Lycanthropes”
This research was not authorized by a Human Subjects Committee or other ethics review board.
The coyotes of Mexicali were bold.
- “Nine Sketches, in Charcoal and Blood”
The townhouse of Richard Lowell was not one known to respectable members of Society.
- “The Deaths of Christopher Marlowe”
In between the certainties lie a hundred tales.
- “Letter Found in a Chest Belonging to the Marquis de Montseraille Following the Death of That Worthy Individual”
It is presumptuous of me, you must be thinking, to use such terms of affection in addressing you.
- “False Colours”
The skies were clear and the winds fair for Plymouth.
- “The Damnation of St. Teresa of Ávila”
This was merely the latest and least of her trials.
- “But Who Shall Lead the Dance?”
If fate is kind, I shall never see the likes of Elsara Reen again.
- “A Thousand Souls”
The ships always hurry away when they see me.
- “Beggar’s Blessing”
Enhardt had neither maid nor manservant, and so he walked through his cold house alone.
- “A Mask of Flesh”
Neniza began to craft her mask of flesh.
- “Once a Goddess”
For eleven years Hathirekhmet was a goddess, and then they sent her home.
- “Love, Cayce”
The good news is, nobody’s dead anymore.
- “The Mirror-City”
The skies were always clear and the winds still when a Giovane met his bride.
- Dancing the Warrior (Doppelganger)
She was never happier than when she Danced the Warrior.
- “Welcome to Welton” (Wilders)
Freshman year at Welton University gets off on a very strange foot.
- “From the Editorial Page of the Falchester Weekly Review” (Memoirs of Lady Trent)
As we all know, legends of the cockatrice date back many centuries.
- For stories related to the Onyx Court, see this page.