Tag: Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores

How to Become a Gargoyle in Two Easy Steps: Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores, October 2019

Illustration by Fran Eisemann as it was created for CRES for Stemple’s “Still Life” using public domain and creative commons images.

Happy belated Halloween, my darklings!

Hands down and without any doubt whatsoever, this is my absolute favorite time of year. The cooling weather, the scent of fall hanging in the air, the rustling of dried leaves in the breeze, and the marathon of both good and terrible horror films on every platform are just some of the small signs that several days of awesomeness are on their way. Both the Celtic Samhain, Norse Álfablót, and the Día de los Muertos celebrations start on October 31 and run through November 2, leaving me in shadowy bliss for three whole days.


Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores, December 2018

Hello, my darklings!

December’s issue of Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores arrived just in time for the holidays.  This month’s issue features a lone story titled “The Book of Winter” by Caroline Friedel that is sure to bring a little extra glow to your cheeks this winter.

Click on the link below to read my review, written for Tangent Online.  It’ll open the review on in a new tab.

Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores Review, published on TangentOnline.com on December 26, 2018.


Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores, November 2018

Hello, my shadowed siblings!

This month’s issue of Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores contains only a single science fiction short story by Jared VanDyke.  “Spicer’s Modest Success” is definitely a worthwhile read!

Click on the link below to read my review, written for Tangent Online.  It’ll open the review on in a new tab.

Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores Review, published on TangentOnline.com on November 28, 2018.


Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores, August 2018

This month, Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores brings us a story by Joan Stewart called “Rapunzel—A Re-Winding.”  I really quite liked this story.  Stewart takes the familiar tale and turns it a bit on its head, exploring notions like love, magic, and misconceptions.  If you love fairy tales, then you’ll enjoy this.

Click on the link below to read my review, written for Tangent Online.  It will open a new tab directly to the review on TO’s website.

Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores Review, published on TangentOnline.com on September 1, 2018.

Leave a note in the comments if you had the chance to read Stewart’s story!