Just in time for Halloween, my short story “All Dolled Up” is now available in Jitter!
So, if you like creepy dolls…even though this one has a Christmas theme…be sure to head on over here to pick up a copy!
If you prefer to read electronically and would like even more content bang for your buck, you can subscribe to Jitter for $20/year. That will give you access to not just Issue #7, but all of them. You can subscribe here.
If you’re curious, here’s the splash page for “All Dolled Up”: https://jitterpress.com/all-dolled-up-by-kristi-petersen-schoonover/
With all the craziness this year, I haven’t written much. However, “May You Grow Old and Bitter”—penned in March—is now available in LIMN Literary & Arts Journal’s special Halloween Issue. I’m honored the story is alongside a few other specially-selected spooky pieces, among them “The Dying Eye” by Carmen Tudor. Enjoy!
Here is where the issue is located:
If, for some reason, it has moved, here are the permalinks to each piece (including mine):
Poetry: “All Hallows’ Eve” by William Trebell
Fiction: “May You Grow Old and Bitter” by Kristi Petersen Schoonover
Fiction: “Greener” by Andrew Bud Adams
Poetry: “Halloween Sestina” by Martin Elster
Fiction: “The Dying Eye” by Carmen Tudor
Poetry: “Marsha Griggs” by Ron Heacock