“Wet Work: A Tale of the Unseen” clocks in at IGMS

Wet Work: A Tale of the UnseenIssue 35 of Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show is now available, featuring my story “Wet Work:  A Tale of the Unseen.”

Here’s a taste:

Shambling, vaguely man-shaped creatures parted before Ellie’s H2 as she pulled it into a vacant space in the mansion’s paved courtyard. Her headlights picked out eyeless faces, gaping jaws that revealed rows of teeth, skin that literally hung and drooped off the creatures’ limbs, giving them a half-melted appearance. They bore no resemblance to any Unseen in Ellie’s experience. And they were everywhere, a crowd of at least forty of the things. Even with the windows shut against the chill October night, she could smell them—a rotted, carrion stench.

Yeah, it’s a little spooky.

And how do you not love that artwork by M. Wayne Miller?  I have to say, it thoroughly creeped out my wife.

Here’s a peek at the table of contents:

Tangible Progress
by Edmund R. Schubert
Last Resort
by Michael Greenhut
Wet Work: A Tale of the Unseen
by Matthew S. Rotundo
Southside Gods
by Sarah Grey

You have to subscribe to read the stories, but your subscription also buys you access to all the back issues.  Not a bad deal, that.

Enjoy.

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