Then along came another magazine, "Morpheus Tales", a purveyor of dark fiction which had been very supportive of "Ethereal Tales" in the past. It shared the breath of life with "Ethereal Tales" and for one, brief, shining moment "Ethereal Tales" was reborn, or rather, an Ethereal Tales Special Issue was released into the world.
Edited by Teresa Ford, this magnificent new edition featured: WILLOW BY AMY J. BENESCH, RECESS BY DAN DEVINE, UNDERGROUND BY J.S.WATTS, OBADIAH’S FARTHING BY PETER SIMON, A GRIMM DAY BY M.B. MANTEUFEL, HIGH LONESOME ROAD BY STEVEN LEE CLIMER, MORNING FLIGHT BY PAUL MICHAEL MOREAU, RED DUST BY MICHAEL A. KECHULA, TORCH SONGS IN PURGATORY BY CHRISTINE MORGAN, OAR-STEED BY JOSIE GOWLER, I’M SCARED OF THE DARK BY ASHBY MCGOWAN, STRANGE ENCOUNTERS, CHAPTER 7 - THE HAUNTING OF HAYWARD BY JASON FISCHER, THIS TOWN AIN’T BIG ENOUGH BY JAMES AUSTIN MCCORMICK, BLACK BEAR BY VONNIE WINSLOW CRIST, IN THE FATHER’S IMAGE BY ALAN LOEWEN. At 76 pages it was the largest special issue ever produced by Morpheus Tales Publishing and you, yes YOU, can have a sneak preview of this magnificent edition here: