Eclectic Voices

Fiction, Monologues, Plays & More

More From Our Writers

Many of our writers are published authors and working playwrights and screenwriters.  Check back here for updates about new publications, events, performances and screenings of our writers’ work.

 

IN PRINT:

41IYAwqTslL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_HAUNT by Laura Lee Bahr

Haunt is a tripping-balls Los Angeles noir, where a mysterious dame drags you through a time-warping Bizarro hall of mirrors. She’s the girl of your dreams. Too bad she’s dead. OR IS SHE? In Haunt, “you” are the hapless corporate tool and rock star wannabe turned private Dick. Here, even your most inconsequential choices can make all the difference between a Hollywood ending on the beach and sucking cock for clues. This is genial lowbrow high lit weirdness: the funny, punchy cousin of Danielewski’s House of Leaves, a Vonnegut and Salinger paté on a choose-your-own cracker, with a lapdance from Nancy Drew. As much fun to make as it is to eat! Laura Lee Bahr is an award-winning indie actor/playwrite/screenwriter with a gift for the hilariously, tragically absurd. Haunt is her first novel.  BUY IT HERE!

51CHgzYYQ6L._AA278_PIkin4,BottomRight,-51,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_TALES FROM LITTLE LUMP – ALIEN SEASON
by Jeff Folschinsky

Strange things are happening in Little Lump, Texas and the citizens of this small town think it might be Aliens. Unfortunately they might be right. Is this the end of life as they know it? Not if they have anything to say about it. It’s time to praise the lord and pass the ammunition, because these people are determined not to go down without a fight.  BUY IT HERE!

 

 

 

cover“The Tick and the Tocking” and “The Parts of Me” by Chelsea Sutton
Two short stories now in print.  Find The Tick and the Tocking over at Bourbon Penn and The Parts of Me at The Cactus Heart.

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