Published Work

Cries to Kill the Corpse Flower

ISBN-13: 978-1950305353

WHERE DOES THE CROW GO

WHEN THE CARRION GRIEVES?

TO THE RAGING, TEMPESTUOUS SEA.

 

Cries to Kill the Corpse Flower is a stomach slit by knives and guts spilled on the pavement. It is the organized chaos of a man on the brink of running, a man gasping for air in those split seconds his head breaks through the surface--a man who's realized you can't outrun yourself--told in the narrative arc of a Crow Crowned King and a Corpse Flower Queen in their castle in the suburbs.

Jealousy on The Wicked Library

Riley’s concern becomes severe anxiety when he can’t get a hold of his wife. He only wants to be sure that she is okay, and he wants answers as to why they’ve suddenly separated. What he finds instead is a nightmare.

Author: Ronald J. Murray

Told by: Graham Rowat

Custom Score: Nico Vettese

Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles | Artwork: Jeanette Andromeda | Host / Producer / Showrunner: Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia LowmanNelson W. PylesNico VetteseScarlett R. Algee

Flight of the Ka in Space & Time #137

ISBN-13: 979-8664036831

Flight of the Ka is a speculative poem by Ronald J. Murray, appearing in Space & Time Magazine, Issue 137

Welcome to Space and Time magazine—the oldest continuously published speculative fiction semi-pro in print—since 1966.The #137 Summer issue is a miracle. Despite the pandemic, the social unrest, the shortages we've prevailed. A dozen authors, seventeen poets, and a small army of artists have worked together to bring forth stories that speak of other realities. Many of them echo the current one with eerie accuracy. Speculative fiction brings the unthinkable to the conscious mind and allows us to roleplay the effects of dystopia. In the summer of 2020 as misinformation and fear spread faster than the COVID-19 virus, these stories are vital. They demonstrate our future... and give us the hope we can survive it.

In the Labyrinth in Lustcraftian Horrors

In the Labyrinth will be included in the forthcoming anthology from Infernal Ink Books, Lustcraftian Horrors: Erotic Stories Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft.

In the Labyrinth is a short horror story about a sex-addict that finds himself accidentally entwined with a cult that worships Shub-Niggurath after searching for extra-marital sexual thrills.

The release date for Lustcraftian Horrors: Erotic Stories Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft is currentnly TBA.

Other Publications

  • Cornelia (Short Story)

Bon Appetit: Stories and Recipes for Human Consumption

Edited by Hydra M. Star and Alder Strauss

Long Pig Press

  • The Puppeteer (Short Story)

The Ladies and Gentlemen of Horror 2017

Edited by Jennifer L. Miller

Independently Published

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