Our latest publication is The House on Shipwreck Hill by
On a hill in San Francisco sits a house. Dark, derelict, it waits for just the right family.
In England, Jonathan Hamiliton desires to break free of the rigid path laid ahead for a second son, Nigel Hamilton is fleeing abuse and the marginal position of an illegitimate son and Jason Dent has left behind a family that won’t acknowledge what he is, while in San Francisco Anne and Emily Jenkins both want to make new kinds of lives and new kinds of family.
Karen Ovér is currently living and writing in New York City. Her work has appeared in the anthologies Fairy Tale Riot, From a Cat’s View, Bubble Off-Plumb, and From a Cat’s View Vol. II, and is available at amazon.com and balletsandbogeys.weebly.com/golemwerks When not in the midst of negotiating with the cat for desk space, she can sometimes be found clinging to a ballet barre, attempting to realign the vertebrae sent in all directions by hours of maniacal word processing.