Profile: A. P. Howell

A. P. Howell has worked as an archivist, ice cream scooper, webmaster, and data wrangler. Her short fiction has appeared in Daily Science Fiction, Eighteen: Stories of Mischief and Mayhem, and Community of Magic Pens.

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Most Recently Published Work (as of May 2020)

The eighteenth Tarot card is the Moon, and those who raise their arms to her know she offers Mercy and Severity in equal measure. This is the great river at night, where wolves howl and all doors are open. All futures are possible, and every truth is elusive. This is the source and passion of Eighteen: Stories of Mischief & Mayhem. These twenty-four stories from voices—old and new—celebrate the inevitability of fate, the horror of prophecy, and the shivering delight of not knowing what comes next. Cross over the threshold with us, and explore the strange, the weird, and the fantastic. Do not fear what lies ahead. It is the same as what came before. The only difference is you. This is Eighteen, and nothing will be the same. Eighteen contains stories from Forrest Aguirre, Darin Bradley, Christopher East, Scott Edelman, Nicole Feldringer, Ben Gamblin, Ingrid Garcia, A. P. Howell, Emma Johnson-Rivard, E. E. King, Jessie Kwak, Shannon Lawrence, Gerri Leen, Mark Mills, Christi Nogle, Tammie Painter, Josh Rountree, Erica Sage, Lorraine Schein, J. Dee Stanley, Richard Thomas, John Waterfall, Wendy N. Wagner, and Todd Zack. It is edited by Mark Teppo.

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