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DarkBorne Muse

DarkBorne Muse introduces new authors to DarkFuse Magazine's readership. In this series, you'll read DarkFuse fiction debuts by some of the most promising and exciting new and upcoming voices of horror and dark fiction.

“Alisha in the Looking Glass” (DarkBorne Muse #7)

Alisha stared at her reflection in the window. Her other self wore the same ruffled dress, and her hair was in pigtails too—only she lived in a world of blackness. It was at night...

“Stove Day” (DarkBorne Muse #6)

Yesterday, I saw a rat poke its snout through the hole in my kitchen floor. I subscribe to the belief that there is no creature on earth more repulsive than a rat. Mom, on...

“Fury Never Dies” (DarkBorne Muse #5)

I look at the long dark over the sea, and I wonder. Can it really be ten years since I was last here? The evening is drawing in now, and a building wave of clouds...

“Crimson Tide” (DarkBorne Muse #4)

You were twelve years old when you got your period. It was the last summer you spent at the cabin, the summer before your parents split up, long after you had forgotten how to...

“Cavemannequin” (DarkBorne Muse #3)

A month ago Cindy would never have considered trying to drug her husband’s drink, but this “new” Jay was a stranger with her husband’s face. When she added Rohypnol to his water, however, the...

“Portality” (DarkBorne Muse #2)

His wife called him callous, but Charlie had his heart set on this for too long to be moved. She’s your only living relative, Kayla felt obliged to remind him. She loves you, and would...

“The Dreadful Wind and Rain” (DarkBorne Muse #1)

The darkening clouds spat clusters of rain on the windshield. Kevin drove the car deeper into Appalachia at the base of Black Mountain, Kentucky. The hills turned blue. The sun dipped below mountains. Shadows...

DarkBorne Muse Series Launched

The DarkBorne Muse Series was launched at DarkFuse Magazine today. This new series introduces new authors to DarkFuse Magazine's readership. In this series, you'll read DarkFuse fiction debuts by some of the most promising...
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