It’s a Weird Summer at WFR

Haralambi MarkovHello weird readers. I hope you’re having a good summer. New content this summer has been quite sporadic at Weird Fiction Review due to vacations, workshops, and other events. Despite the lack of pieces we’ve posted this summer, we’ve had some tremendous works. We’ve featured some great stories including “When Raspberries Bloom in August” by Haralambi Markov, “A Hard Truth About Waste Management” by Sumanth Prabhaker, and “Mutation Planet” by Barrington J. Bayley. Also, we continued our 101 Weird Writers series with an excellent piece on Saki by Leif Schenstead-Harris.

Be sure to check those out and we’ll be back in September. We have some new fiction stories and new nonfiction pieces by weird writers who have contributed articles about some of their favorite authors and works. So stay tuned!