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

Dark Fiction

Fantasy

Horror

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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