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Fiction Friday

Fiction Friday: Turning Short Stories into Something Bigger

As promised, today is an “open letter” of sorts, continuing our summer of flashbacks.  I wrote four (and published) four short stories in high school and when I started taking my writing serious in college, I looked back at those [...]

July 18, 2014 Features
Fiction Friday

Fiction Friday: “Stone Mask Girl” by Jeff Hill

“Stone Mask Girl” Short Story by Jeff Hill   A haunted house in the middle of a small college town is the setting for a brutal death on a hot summer night. The kids around the neighborhood all say that [...]

June 6, 2014 Features
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Fiction Friday: “Accidental Father” by Jeff Hill

“Accidental Father” Short Story by Jeff Hill   Kim and I met in college and it was pretty much love at first punch. Her grandma always used to say that every good love story should have a good beginning, or [...]

May 30, 2014 Features
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Fiction Friday: “The Painting” by Jeff Hill

“The Painting” Short Story by Jeff Hill   I didn’t kill my wife. The darkness that surrounds it echoes the loss we all felt when she began her masterpiece. Doctors say that the traumatic events of her last year in [...]

April 18, 2014 Features
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Fiction Friday: “Letting Go is Giving Up” by Jeff Hill

“Letting Go is Giving Up” Short Story by Jeff Hill   It’s funny. Remember what you told me when you were first diagnosed? You told me not to worry. Not to try. Just to enjoy what time you had left. [...]

March 21, 2014 Features
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Fiction Friday: “Henry’s Waiting Room” by Jeff Hill

In this week's Fiction Friday, Comic Booked's Chief Creative Officer, Jeff Hill, offers up his short story, "Henry's Waiting Room." [...]

March 14, 2014 Features
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Fiction Friday: “SYLYBDC” by Jeff Hill

“SYLYBDC” Short Story by Jeff Hill   I’m not the type of person who does this. At least, that’s what I keep telling myself as I wait in my dimly-lit office, nervously ironing the purple dress shirt my girlfriend bought [...]

February 28, 2014 Features
Dennis Calero

NYCC Exclusive: New Stephen King & Dennis Calero Comic

Harvey award nominated artist Dennis Calero announced he’s collaborating with writing legend Stephen King to adapt The Little Green God of Agony into a free web comic. Beginning Monday, the story will debut at www.stephenking.com and run in 24 installments over [...]

October 13, 2012 Reviews