IT IS BOTH RIGHT AND TRUE TO DIE FOR ONE’S COUNTRY – K.L. ELIX-KINSEY
A bad day at the office for an artist, and everyone else, when her company undergoes a horrific re-imaging campaign.
(…) But I digress: I have to, otherwise I’ll want to look and then I’ll want to see what these vile statues really are. Artist that I am, I’m fascinated by color, line and shape. These things, both of them in the center of the great space and the two smaller versions flanking the President’s dais look like they were shat into the world from the bowels of some Lovecraftian terror. The dull but somehow oily appearing stone or metal they’re formed of appears to be sucking in the light of the countless hundreds of ceiling cans and letting none escape back into the world of the living.
Just like us.
Just like us!
After I force myself to look upon their alien figures for as long as physically possible before making a life-threatening scene, I decide they are meant to depict women. But they look more like two avenging Kali then any woman I’ve ever known. (…)
In DARK CORNER – SHORT HORROR STORIES VOL. 2, you will unveil a terrifying and inventive anthology of five previously unpublished horror stories about witchcraft and the occult.
Five horror authors will delve into the bizarre and the macabre, bringing to you a terror-inducing fiction collection.