Reptiles: A Short Story
No one knew why the change happened, even now. It just did. The uncertainty turned quickly to fear, and then fear to abject terror when it became evident that all who changed were pregnant women, and all pregnant women would change—and then terror months later to relief, inestimable, joyous relief, when the hatched eggs turned out to produce completely normal, completely human babies.
"Reptiles" is a short work of dystopian horror inspired by the overturning of Roe v. Wade. All profits will be donated to UltraViolet, an organization fighting for reproductive rights and women's rights.
A boy on the roof of a house surrounded by floodwaters encounters a mermaid in "Magicland," Harrison Demchick's latest short story. "Magicland" appears in the January 2019 edition of literary magazine Phantom Drift: A Journal of New Fabulism.
We've just added several new events to the News & Events Page. Here's what we've got on tap for 2020:
January 24: HARRISON ACTUALLY UPDATES HIS WEBSITE. HOLY CRAP.
March 12-14: The Write Stuff Writer's Conference (Bethlehem, PA)
April 11: Maryland Writer's Association Montgomery County Chapter
May 1-3: Awesome Con 2020 (Washington, D.C.)
May 27: Harrison fails to u