The Shadow Symphony

pixabay image by Natan Vance The following five hundred word story is my response to the March speculative fiction writing prompt over on Diane Wallace-Peach's excellent blog. THE SHADOW SYMPHONY by Kelvin M. Knight She came from the emptiness of space. Darkness and silence were her eternity. She visited here out of curiosity; never had … Continue reading The Shadow Symphony

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The Waiting Room – Amanda L. Wright

Dear Readers Here is another unique story from The Cabinet Of Heed. The sense of wariness and subdued expectation in this story is poignantly balanced. The ending is sublime. I thoroughly enjoyed the dislocated yet ever-present feel of this story and although comments are closed, I do recommend you take a peek. The Waiting Room - … Continue reading The Waiting Room – Amanda L. Wright

When Everything Was Too Bright And Loud – Sophie Flynn

Dear Readers Sophie is an interesting writer whose work I am just discovering. When I read her story How To Make Something From Nothing on The Drabble I sat up and took notice. The following story from The Cabinet Of Heed is ambitious in style and tone. The emptiness and lop-sided love are haunting. Comments are closed … Continue reading When Everything Was Too Bright And Loud – Sophie Flynn

Sailing The Eighth Sea – Cabinet Of Heed

Dear Readers In the deflating days of rejection that every writer must endure, I hope you don't mind the following piece of shameless celebrating, cough, self-promotion. The following lovely email arrived last night and made my day. Take Care. Keep persevering (no, not preserving, Mr SpellChecker). Kelvin. Dear Kelvin Thank you for feeding The Cabinet … Continue reading Sailing The Eighth Sea – Cabinet Of Heed

Elephant in a Snowstorm – February’s Speculative Fiction Writing Prompt

The following five hundred and fifty-five word story is my response to February's speculative fiction writing prompt over on Diane Wallace-Peach's excellent blog. ELEPHANT IN A SNOWSTORM by Kelvin M. Knight Please, let me rest here a while. I’m so tired. Let me rest my weary head here, please. I’m asleep on my feet. Please, … Continue reading Elephant in a Snowstorm – February’s Speculative Fiction Writing Prompt