Feature: Old Dead Futures
by Tina Connolly
Drabble: Autumn's Chill by Suzanne Kozlowski
Genre: Drabblecast Horror Sci-Fi
Monday, November 16th, 2015
There are two things I love, and one is the tiny grey owl outside my window. He is not afraid of me. He hoots and hops to my windowsill so I can stroke his downy head and feed him worms I’ve saved in my pocket.
It is hard to get the worms from my pocket, the way my left arm jerks up behind me and my right hand shakes. Often fat mister owl gets a half a worm, but he doesn’t mind. Mother minds picking the half-worms from my pockets, but I see how she looks at me when I calm my tremoring hand long enough to pat mister owl; I see how she loves me then.
Episode Art: Oskar Kunik
Read by: Hugh O'Donnel
Twabble: “"They live inside the walls!" my daughter whispers. I quiet her, avoiding the truth. I wish they only lived in the walls. ” by Kestaa
The truth may be out there, but lies are inside your head.