#StitchedSaturday – Shannon Grant

“Horrible Wax” By Shannon Grant Naomi would always associate Rascal’s House of Horrible Wax with her brother Max. ​He had tried dragging her into the creepy museum during asummer when they were both kids, but to Naomi, that was a no-go. Anxiety would rise up whenever her family would pass by the museum on the main strip of the vacation village of Lake Minnetonka. She would stare up at the sign calling out … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Shannon Grant

#StitchedSaturday – Ezekiel Kincaid

The Haunting of Napoleon Bonaparte  By Ezekiel Kincaid Other than Johnny Walker Ranger, Ezekiel Kincaid is the most versatile horror writer ever. Why? Well, there are lots of reasons. First, he was a pastor for twenty years, so he knows a thing or three about the demonic, death, and dealing with people in crappy situations. … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Ezekiel Kincaid

#SITCHEDSATURDAY -April 11th

Butcher by LoopyWanderer on DeviantArt RULES FOR SUBMISSION All entries should be emailed in .doc format and include (in same document) authors bio and any links you want included to stitchedsaturday(at)gmail.com Word Limit: 2500 words Extreme Horror allowed with the following stipulations - you must put NSFW in the subject line+StitchedSaturday 4/4. There are no … Continue reading #SITCHEDSATURDAY -April 11th

#STITCHEDSATURDAY- James Matthew Byers, the Darque Bard

The Necromancer's Fancy Upon the edge of HalloweenWith midnight closing in,I marveled at what I had seenAs much to my chagrinAnother corpse refusing lifeIn limbo flatly lay.Incisions marked by blade of knifeConfounded disarray.A coroner, my trade by day,By night, a maddened fool,For many years, I lived this way.I steadied up each tool.Intent to be as … Continue reading #STITCHEDSATURDAY- James Matthew Byers, the Darque Bard

#StitchedSaturday – Wolfgang Potterhouse

The Red Line In Boston, the subway is called “The T,” with colors designating the different travel directions (Red Line, Blue LIne, etc.). The trip to Fenway Park from Quincy, my hometown, includes rides on the Red and Green lines. On our way home from a ballgame back in ‘86, a homeless guy stumbled onto … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Wolfgang Potterhouse

#StitchedSaturday – MIKE LANE

Mother Woodland by Mike L. Lane I’m pushed through the living wall of static, a pinball bounced between worlds. This can’t be real, or at least I tell myself this as the beast stirs beyond the shattered glass. High-pitched screams pierce my ears in a constant, repeated chant. Parasites underfoot of the thousand young! Blood … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – MIKE LANE

#StitchedSaturday March 28th

Artist info soon Rules to participate: Please read the rules carefully. We want everyone to be able to participate and to do that we need order. Word Count: do not exceed 1000 words Send to: Stories should be e-mailed to stitchedsaturday(at)gmail.com with author’s name, “about me”, any links you want to share, and if you … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday March 28th

#StitchedSaturday Return of the Living

Due to the Corona Virus shutting down most of the world many people are stepping up and reaching out to do something-anything-for friends and neighbors. Authors are even giving their books away for free to help pass the time. We decided to bring back #StitchedSaturday and once more share the talent off your favorite authors! … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday Return of the Living

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY HOUSE OF STITCHED!

Tomorrow is Stitched Smile Publications anniversary. As a show of support, if you’d like to join us in celebration, Tommy Clark made us a special graphic. I’m asking everyone to change their profile pic on Facebook (who want to) for the day and to share one of our books using #SSPAnniversary Being an owner of any small business … Continue reading HAPPY ANNIVERSARY HOUSE OF STITCHED!