Love Letters to Poe: Issue 3

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Hi Everbody!

I’m a lucky fella when it comes to having work published and rarely say anything about it, but this magazine deserves recognition. For anybody interested in Gothic Fiction, Love Letters to Poe is a beautifully constructed online magazine dedicated to its titular writer. With stories to read and a podcast to listen to (Yes, I’m on it reading my story, though I’m not quite sure how that happened) and even merchandise to purchase, it really is a sensory treat.

We mere mortals may only put our own twists on Poe’s particular stylings, but I like to think the results are good. Sara Crocoll Smith, the magazine’s editor, has an eye for a story and there’s plenty to choose from. I’m thrilled to appear in the latest issue fresh out for Christmas and am leading the magazine off. I hope you enjoy.

My story, The Human in MeBy Richard M. Ankers, concerns a fellow who having replaced his dead wife with something else realises he may have got more than he bargained for.

The Human in Me – by Richard M. Ankers

Please find below a link to the Love Letters to Poe Podcast. Here you’ll find a selection of stories read by their writers and available for saving/subscribing in most good Podcast apps etcetera.

PS. To one and all if I don’t see you before, please have a lovely and safe Christmas. This year’s going to be very different to normal but I hope you can still enjoy it.

All the very best


All Images courtesy of Love Letters to Poe.


19 thoughts on “Love Letters to Poe: Issue 3

  1. Well deserved for sure! And the voice of the author telling the story he created; adds an extra dimension. Brilliant. The red carpet may not be possible right now, however, I’m sure it will not be long before you crossing it, dear Richard. Sending you a big hug, stay calm and safe. XxX

      1. Well, this COVID phase will pass too. Fingers crossed sooner than later πŸ˜‰
        Are you allowed to have your daily runs? Or is that not doable with mask and all?

      2. Since you expressed once the importance of running to you, glad you’re able to continue doing so. And yes, it’s a rough year so far and another might follow. Hopefully, we have many more years to enjoy to come πŸ˜‰

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