Pat Flewwelling
That dark fiction author with the funny name
The Published Short Stories

Dark Fiction



My very first published short story was accepted by Nancy Kilpatrick. It's about a guy who sympathizes with Death (the guy with the scythe), but bargains with him anyhow. "The Great Inevitable" was published in Nancy Kilpatrick's anthology Expiration Date .
Probably the lightest thing I've ever written, "Moth to An Old Flame" was recently released in Rhonda Parrish's anthology Sirens .
Love it or leave it, the loudest feedback I've ever received (positive and negative) relates to "Mule," the story I won't let my mother read. Or...any family member. Or like...anyone who doesn't like going into very (psychologically) dark places. It'll be coming out November 19th in Connie di Pietro's anthology Purgatorium: The Element of Horror .
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