“Necromancy”
by Melissa Bobe
in Clockwork, Curses, and Coal
edited by Rhonda Parrish

When Natalie Jameson returns home from the wider world, she brings with her a reckoning that will shake the foundations of her small town and all who live there.

“Necromancy” is part of a collection of steampunk and gaslamp fairy tales edited by Rhonda Parrish and forthcoming from World Weaver Press in March 2021.

Clockwork, Curses, and Coal is available for pre-order here.

 

Sibyls
by Melissa Bobe

Foreston is the kind of place where no one expects anything out of the ordinary to happen. But when a sudden storm brings twelve days of rain to the town, strange things begin occurring in spades. Household objects vanish without a trace, townsfolk start exhibiting psychic powers, and twenty mysterious strangers show up on the town’s doorstep in the middle of the night. The Foreston sheriff believes he can get to the bottom of all of the weirdness around town, but with the laws of nature bending left and right, the changes in Foreston might be too much for any one person to contend with.

Part fairytale, part slice of life story, Sibyls is a darkly funny debut novella about a town weathering a storm of magic and revenge.

Sibyls is available for purchase here.

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