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  • Fiction: “Dragonomics” by Richard J. Dowling

    Nov 7, 14 • Fiction, Marquee7 Comments
    Fiction: “Dragonomics” by Richard J. Dowling

    Unlike most of his brethren, the dragon Slagadune slept with both eyes closed, for he could smell any intruder foolhardy enough to stumble into his cave. A single blast of his blazing breath would turn the hardest steel to ash and melt skin and bones to butter. What’s more...

  • Fiction: “Habeas Felis” by Julie Frost (Part 3)

    Nov 6, 14 • Fiction1 Comment
    Fiction: “Habeas Felis” by Julie Frost (Part 3)

    [Part 1 | Part 2] A great flapping of leathery wings overhead jerked Gris out of a sound sleep. Thomas was curled against his stomach, and they both looked up at the same time, catching a glimpse of green dragonhide through the branches. “Bloody hell,” Mac breathed next to him...

  • Fiction: “Habeas Felis” by Julie Frost (Part 2)

    Nov 5, 14 • FictionNo Comments
    Fiction: “Habeas Felis” by Julie Frost (Part 2)

    [Part 1] Dani woke with an unfamiliar weight on her hip, and she was reaching for her knife before she quite knew what was happening. “Of course,” a familiar voice said. “Kill first, ask questions once it’s too late.”...

  • Fiction: “Habeas Felis” by Julie Frost (Part 1)

    Nov 4, 14 • FictionNo Comments
    Fiction: “Habeas Felis” by Julie Frost (Part 1)

    The local dragon had made its annual demand for a new cat for its collection. Arms crossed, Daniella stared the village mayor down. She knew what he was thinking—that she was a silly little girl with no business undertaking such a vital enterprise. He’d turned it into a competition...