Stitched Saturday – Apocalypse: Now!

And this is how the world ends - not with a bang or with a whimper, but with some finely crafted pieces of Armageddon-tinged short fiction. The challenge set a fortnight ago was to write a short story (with the theme of "The Apocalypse") but it had to be two hundred words or less... The … Continue reading Stitched Saturday – Apocalypse: Now!

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Stitched… Sunday?

Uncensored, unedited, unsettling... Slightly later than usual, here's this weeks Stitched Flash Fiction results - You may remember than Aiden Leingod presented us with a number of pictures last week, all based around the theme of music.  This week we have three tales from the theme - Instrument of Destruction by yours truly, Mother Stamper's … Continue reading Stitched… Sunday?

Stitched Saturday

Unedited, Uncensored, Unsettling... Greetings and salutations, horror fans, and welcome to another (slightly belated) Stitched Saturday. David here, returned fresh faced (and slightly jetlagged and reddened) from holiday, and ready to take over from the magnificent Tilby Noir. I've been watching both the themes and reading the excellent submissions over the past couple of weeks, … Continue reading Stitched Saturday

Stitched Saturday

Unedited, Uncensored, Unsettling... An absolute bumper crop of freshly plucked horror this week, as a great many of you rose to the challenge posed last week. Namely, to pen a poem based on one of the pictures kindly provided by Stitched Smile's own resident poet James Matthew Byers. This week sees contributions from Tilby Noir, Dan … Continue reading Stitched Saturday

Stitched Saturday

Unedited, Uncensored, Unsettling... Welcome to another Stitched Saturday! This weekend sees three stories - one from yours truly, one from regular contributor Mike L. Lane and a suitably chilling tale from newcomer Aiden Leingod.  Enjoy!  Oh, and keep your eye out for the next challenge tomorrow in which we've got something very special planned! A Bad Workman - … Continue reading Stitched Saturday