Short Story of the Month
The cannon-ship of Her Majesty Setter landed on that island on 11th June of the year 1857, nine days after it had been led astray by unexpected storm while on her course to Mumbai, where we should load supplies for our sail to Andamans and the Malay Archipelago.
Being of the Month
It lives in dark caves, supposedly full of gems, but it is not recommended to go treasure collecting. Not that it dwell too far away, Serbian legends claim that Psoglav's territory is Bosnia and Montenegro, Croatians, who call it Psoglavac talk about Istria, this is not a problem. It is Psoglav himself.
Even though Holmes became the patron of all literary detectives that came after him, he didn't consider himself as one. He thought of himself as a higher form of a sleuth.
Quote of the Month
“He thinks,” whispered the Phoenix, “that her troubles have turned her brain. What a pity you know no French!”
“I do know a lot of French,” whispered Robert, indignantly; “but it’s all about the pencil of the gardener’s son and the penknife of the baker’s niece—nothing that anyone ever wants to say.“
— E. Nesbit. The Phoenix and the Carpet
How to Properly Feed a Demon
Twenty-five short short stories for short short breaks. Starring aliens and people, gods as well as demons.
"Things just happen. What the hell."
* Terry Pratchett. Hogfather
Welcome to my world. For the longest time I couldn’t think of right name for this place, so I left it without one. Amongst things you can find here are attempts of science fiction and fantasy stories, my collection of gods, bogeymen and monsters and also articles about things that had me interested, be it for a while or for years. (There is more of this, sadly not in English but in Czech, on www.fext.cz)
Picture of the Month