An eye for an eye

by Chip Dunning Every day Nah’rim walked along the trail between his village that that of his cousin he passed by the Irillian village that spread lazily over the land that once belonged to his people. Surrounded by a wooden…

Apprentice No More

by Chip Dunning Anita had been Master Krishnan’s assistant for ten years and he still treated her worse than the apprentices of other masters that occasionally stopped by on errands. Each time she voiced her concern about this he would…

A Good Hunt

by Chip Dunning There are times the hunter becomes the prey and woe to those who do not notice the change. — Kithkin saying   A the brisk fall wind moved among the tall grasses, bringing with it the promise…

Dirge

by Paul Bryant   Ever since being a little kid, Rendenbrandt felt out of place. His mother and father were tall, elegant, and well respected by all others in the farming community of Farmsworth Village. Unlike his parents, Rendenbrandt was…