Nevermore Journal


Once upon a midnight dreary…

Short Stories
Poetry
Flash Fiction


Highlighted Stories
  • The Waste Land – T.S. Eliot
  • Lonesome Dove – Larry McMurtry
  • Named of the Dragon – Susanna Kearsley

Author Spotlight

“The writer must believe that what he is doing is the most important thing in the world. And he must hold to his illusions even if he knows it is not true.”

John Steinbeck
– Born February 27

Quarterly Recommendations

In a Sunburned Country is a quirky, honest, and clever account of Bill Bryson’s extraordinary travels through Australia, where everything can, indeed, kill you. But despite the inherent dangers of a continent geared toward survival, Bryson writes with a sense of wonder and curiosity and humor that’s a delight to read and will leave you ready to book your ticket to the land down under.