The moment I see it, sprawling out lazily on the bumpy, slate walls, I long to touch it. It wafts in the slight breeze, gusting in from the cave’s entrance. Tendrils of green, spooling out toward me, interlaced inextricably with each other–
I want it to be interlaced inextricably with me, too.
If you’re looking for a short, creepy read you should check out my latest published story–“To Bear Fruit“–now available (free to read!) from Kasma SF. It has become a sort of ritual for me to have a story published with these awesome folks every year. I love working with Kasma’s editor, Alex Korovessis, and seeing what José Baetas comes up with for the artwork is always a thrill.
As you can see, I have Baetas’ past two illustrations from my Kasma SF stories–“Memory File #006” and “No Longer a Fragment“–framed and hung above my desk. I can’t wait to add this latest illustration to the collection.
Let me know what you think of the story if you get a chance.
Thanks for reading!