Read When a Crossroads is a Corner in Apex Magazine

When a Crossroads is a Corner, the black dog/Hellhound-themed story I wrote for Apex Magazine’s Hallowe’en Steal the Spotlight contest, is now available to read for free online.

It appears in Apex Magazine issue 66 (November 2014), along with the other four Steal the Spotlight winners and Apex’s usual slate of short fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Here’s the full table of contents:

Brute by Rich Larson
Candy Girl by Chikodili Emelumadu
The New Girl by Marissa Lingen
The Stagman’s Song by Ginger Weil
Tiger! Tiger! by Elizabeth Bear (ebook/subscriber exclusive)
A Man Lies Dreaming — novel excerpt by Lavie Tidhar (ebook/subscriber exclusive)

Steal the Spotlight Winners
Stone Woman by Robin Wyatt Dunn (Banshee)
When a Crossroads is a Corner by M. J. Starling (Hellhounds)
Whispering Waters by Jessica Walsh (Sea Monsters)
The Fitzpatrick Solution by Loreen Heneghan (Science Gone Wrong)
Guided Breathing Exercise: Being Mindful of the Succubus in Your Bedroom by Christine Purcell (Demons)

Brains, Brains, Brains by Puneet Dutt
Sonnet 29 by Ama Codjoe

Statistics vs. Story by Ozgur K. Sahin
Apex Author Interview with Ginger Weil by Andrea Johnson
Apex Cover Artist Interview with Mark Greyland by Loraine Sammy
Clavis Aurea: A Review of Short Fiction by Charlotte Ashley

If you like the sound of the ebook exclusives, you can buy issue 66 from the Apex shop or subscribe to the magazine.


About M. J. Starling

Writer, and host of the Schenectady Six-Pack podcast. Gave William Hope Hodgson's ghost-finder, Carnacki, his stage debut.


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