The Literary Hatchet

Some things are better left alone…

My short story, What Happened Afterwards, is featured in issue 8 of the Literary Hatchet, edited by Eugene Hosey & Michael Brimbau.

The Literary Hatchet 8

The Literary Hatchet 8

Also featuring fiction by, amongst others, Trevor Denyer, Stanford Allen, Santos Vargas and Wayne Scheer, the print version is available here:

https://www.createspace.com/4788663

And the FREE download here:

http://lizzieandrewborden.com/HatchetOnline/LiteraryHatchet/downloads.htm

What Happened Afterwards is the sequel to What Happened to Huw Silverthorne, which was recently featured in the Trinity Gateways newsletter.

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About cmsaunders

I write stuff. Pretty much any stuff. My dark fiction has appeared in Asphalt Jungle, Raw Nerve, Roadworks, Dark Valentine, Screams of Terror, Shallow Graves, Fantastic Horror, The Literary Hatchet, Gore and numerous anthologies. My first book, Into the Dragon's Lair – A Supernatural History of Wales was published back in 2003, and I've worked extensively in the freelance journalism industry, contributing features to numerous international publications including Fortean Times, Bizarre, Urban Ink, Loaded, Record Collector, Maxim, and a regular column to the Western Mail newspaper. I lived in China for over five years where I taught English during my search for enlightenment, before moving back to the UK in January 2013 to work as staff writer on Nuts magazine. Later, I was senior writer on Forever Sports magazine and associate editor at Coach magazine, before leaving to chance my arm in the world of pro freelance. In recent times I have devoted more time to dark fiction, my latest offerings being No Man's Land: Horror in the Trenches, X SAMPLE and Apartment 14F: An Oriental Ghost Story (Uncut). I also edit, copy write, and ghost write. I am represented by Media Bitch Literary Agency and drink far too much coffee. View all posts by cmsaunders

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