By Morgan Argor Strange
Although plenty of their best works are yet to come, waiting for the stars to align before they’re unleashed upon the world, here you have it: A nearly-exhaustive list of every short story published thus far by Morgan Argor Strange.
This full bibliography includes some works that are currently only available from third-party publishers. If you want to read those ones, you’ll have to follow the links and take the plunge. However, many of these stories are free to read on this site in The Sepulcher of Strange. So if you’re looking for some light reading without any strings attached, take a look.
Note: Some of these stories are published under a previous name.
This story was published in the Souls issue of Penumbric Speculative Fiction magazine. It’s part of the Old Zyrgoth pantheon and pairs nicely with “The Jester of Arathos” and “The Prince of Murk and Rot”. (October, 2023)
This poem contains abusive language, drug use, mention of suicide and self harm, weird violence, and a bunch of other stuff that commonly bothers human beings. (Mid October, 2023)
This is a poem I wish I didn’t have to write–but somehow, somewhere, maybe it can help someone with a better chance than me. (Early October, 2023)
This is a poem about how no matter how lost you may feel at any point in time, or how bleak the future may seem forevermore, you might just end up finding your blood-drenched bed of roses out in Blackest Igvarmord. (Early September, 2023)
This poem tells the story of a transformative time in my life that been a constant and much-needed reminder of why I suffered through all those lonely years to begin with. (August’s final breaths, 2023)
This poem follows the slipstream-meets-sci-fi saga of Zyklon Xzyruz to the ends of eternity and back. Sometimes, you have to abandon all hope to end up in the right place at the right time. (Early August, 2023)
A poem about nothing and everything, written on a very special night after doing the impossible and bending reality in my favor–if only for a little while. (Late July, 2023)
Poems can be stories, too. This one is about my persistent, gnawing dream of going back to the Free Worlds. Trouble is, I don’t want to go alone. (July 2023)
A visceral, disturbing story about unconditional love through trauma-bonding. In the soul-choking haze of teenage loneliness, tenderness is the most mind-bending drug of all. Contains graphic s*xual and psychological abuse, as well as drug use and self harm. (July 2023)
A genre-bending homage to my Eastern European heritage and extraterrestrial soul origins. (Written in the darkest winter of early 2023; Published in July)
A Sword and Planet slipstream about remembering who you are and where you came from, no matter how much it burns. (June 2023)
A dark, sad story about about facing trial by fire at the end of the universe. Don’t read this one if you’re upset by graphic descriptions of self-harm, suicide, or drug use. (June 2023)
A poem I wrote in the halcyon days of youth: Days which I only hope I can someday return to again–in this life, and all the others. (June 2023 – Forever)
A new weird slipstream that carries you back to a place that always was, but never should have been. (May 2023)
This far-future Lovecraftian nightmare earned me a mention in Publishers Weekly. It debuted in the Worlds Long Lost anthology by Baen Books on December 6, 2022.
A “fun” little horror flash piece that should only be read at bedtime. (February 2023)
Originally published in the Through Other Eyes anthology by All Worlds Wayfarer (December 2020)
Monsters and Mayhem: Twenty-Four Sinister Tales of Monsters, Aliens and Cryptids (Eerie River Press: Tales from the River, March 2022)
Featured in the Starward Shadows eZine: Issue #002 and the Flash Menagerie (October 2021)
Featured in MYTHIC: A Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine (Issue #17, October 2021)
After earning glowing reviews on Goodreads, this story was re-released in the Lovecraft Special Issue of Cosmic Horror Monthly in August of 2021!
I was personally invited to contribute to the Tales of Clickbait anthology (May 2021)
Originally published in The Kyanite Press: Volume 2, Issue 2