NEWS: 05 - June - 2019
Upcoming piece in River River Literary Magazine called The Pig Escape
And a short horror story "Personal Demons" in Strange Girls - Women in Horror by Twisted Twin Productions. January 2020
Price: $0.00. Available on Postcript. Languages: English. Published 1 - April - 2019.
Life, death and food. A remarkable story about how caring for your livestock is the hardest route to take. Our Reader Rating ?/?.
Planet Nine by Angelique Fawns A Journal of Magical Realism Anthology by The Gateway Review:
The story is Planet Nine, actually written under my own name. It will be in the Fall/Winter LGBT issue.
It is set in the same futuristic society as "Live Free or Die" and follows the adventures of an adulterous wife and her decision to move to another planet.
Death Metal Fan by Angelique Fawns
Price: $0.00. Available on Haunted. Languages: English. Published 21 - April - 2019.
A dark night of steamy outings. Our Reader Rating ?/?.
Price: $0.00. Available on The Plaid Horse. Languages: English. Published 12 - April - 2019.
Stables and the corporate world. Our Reader Rating ?/?.
More stories by Angelique Fawns
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Angelique Fawns is a Television Writer and Producer for Global TV in Toronto, Canada. She has been enticing viewers to tune-in for over 20 years. Some of her current shows include Big Brother, Chicago Fire, PD and Med, The Good Place, and Big Brother Canada. She lives on a farm with her husband, daughter, herd of cows, fainting goats, five horses, mastiff dog and llama. She has been freelancing in agricultural magazines writing about local events and the farming experience since 2009. But her true literary loves? Dystopian fantasy. Horror. Science Fiction. Mystery. Suspense.
What is your story, Angelique?
Angelique Fawns was born in farming community of Chatham, Ontario, but grew up in the rough and tough streets of Parkdale, Toronto. After obtaining her degree in Journalism from Carleton University, she travelled the world working in media in several different countries. Highlights include volunteering in Mooloolaba, Australia for a tourist information radio show at Suncoast FM, then working on Tenerife in the Canary Islands to write for Island Connections newspaper.
As a young child she was fascinated by The Twilght Zone, and her earliest ambition was to create stories of the surreal. An obsession with the works of Stephen King and Deen R. Koontz came next, followed by a fascination with young adult dystopian fantasy. She tries to mirror the same creepy vibe in her work and likes to feature strong female characters.
Currently many of her short stories explore a futuristic world where a FaceBook-like entity grows and becomes an oligarchy called The Corp. Everything is on-line. Personal privacy becomes a thing of the past. Everything and everyone is monitored.
What else have you written?
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine is publishing a short story of mine in their department of First Stories called “Three Calendars”
Flying Ketchup Press has an upcoming anthology Tales from the Dream Zone and my story “The Versa Vice” will be in it.
I also have a story published on a blog called The Plaid Horse called “Rise and Shine”.