Twisted tales of real life macabre. Our worst fears in adolescence, our worse fears in adulthood graphically and emotionally displayed with vital examples of characters faced with dilemma. In reading one might put themselves in the story, begin to feel exasperated and sweating in their shoes, trying to run away and seek refuge again in their own lives. Townsend beautifully masters the short story in both psychological and literal expression.
Susan B. Townsend is a writer and stay at home mother. Transplanted from the west coast of Canada six years ago, she now makes her home on a 300 acre farm in southeastern Virginia with her husband, five children, and a menagerie of animals. Her work has appeared in Megaera, Ink Magazine, Wild Violet, The Sidewalk's End, The Fiction Warehouse, Pierian Springs, Poor Mojo's Alamanc(k), The Dead Mule, Pindeldyboz, and Wired Hearts. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Susan's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
A Time to Speak