One of my stories, “Edge of the Abyss,” was published online today by Crimson Streets, an online magazine specializing in New Pulp stories, with genres ranging from adventure, supernatural detective, hard-boiled, etc.
You can read the full story at: http://www.crimsonstreets.com/2018/01/28/edge-of-the-abyss/
Crimson Streets also commissions artwork for each of the stories it publishes. My story receives the talents of Carol Wellart. She is a Czech artist who does some great paintwork and specializes in natural and fantasy subjects. You can find her at https://carolwellart.com/
Excerpt from “Edge of the Abyss”:
“Captain Harry Ackerman…even the sound of his name interested Thomas. It had been Ackerman’s name that captured him the first time he read Elliott’s Explorers of the Unknown as a boy. Thomas admired Ackerman’s determination, skills, and reputation. Only, it had slowly become obvious to many that he wasn’t the man he used to be. Now, on an arctic expedition led by the great man, Thomas could only hope that he and the others would survive and live to tell about it. For Ackerman was taking them all to the edge of the abyss.”