No matter the season, 69 Flavors of Paranoia has always a little bit naughty, a little bit nice, but we've been the in-gift for horror fiction every holiday season for years! Stay where the dishes are simmered, the spices are stacked, the heat is high and the table is always set.
We would like to take this moment to thank each and everyone of you for showing up for our proper holiday dinner. We have old, and new chefs on the table this month, so grab your fork, place your napkin in your lap and grab a holiday turkey leg then dig in.
short fiction by Richard Godwin
He may be losing his mind, but for a Government Man, he's still got good taste.
short fiction by Virginia Aronson
"Hi, is this The House Whisperer? Well my name is George Lutz, and have we got a job for you! We bought a property in Long Island, New York, and..."
short fiction by Gary Bunker
The world was dog-eat-dog before it was Time for a Change, but now...well, they say every dog has his day.
short fiction by Brian Rowe
•Served with a a visual tasting by Mel Vavaroutsos #3
You never know what sort of kook you'll get stuck sitting next to on a Full Flight. Or in our Dining Hall...
a short film by George Thomas
Huddled in a mechanic's garage as the world ends around them, a small group needs more than Auto Care to survive.
a collection of visual tasting by Mel Vavaroutsos
Are you ready to sit on Twisted Santa's lap? Come just a little closer, kiddies...
short fiction by Benjamin Hostetter
It takes a lot of guts to make it through this crazy world, but the meek shall inherit the earth if they know What's Good?
short fiction by Benjamin Cyr
Some people find balance when they stop and smell the roses. Other actively seek out The Divine Music...
short fiction by Chaz Matthews
Though the hour is late, The Guilty Ones sit quietly among the graves, waiting for their retribution.
short fiction by Mike Sauve
When it comes to Weird Tales Eternal, all we can say is: All's well that ends H. G. Wells.
short fiction by Matthew Acheson
•Served with a a visual tasting by Mel Vavaroutsos B&W
Sometimes we see the Writing on the Wall, pushing us to dig for nuggets of truth and wisdom...and murder...
short fiction by Dempsey Wilson
When the price is right, Mr. Keel can give you Whatever You Want--even if it's beyond death...
short fiction by Connor de Bruler
Vacation, West Virginia--time for a little R n' R. But of course, there's no rest for the wicked at 69 Flavors of Paranoia.
short fiction by Querus Abuttu
Sometimes, dead is better. At other times, dead is just Scraggles.
•Served with a a visual tasting by Mel Vavaroutsos #2
'Twas the fright before Christmas
With our Paranoid Facts
About Santa's dark side
And his love for his axe.
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