The Heads of Cerberus – Georgiann Carlson

“Your dog has three heads,” he said, staring at the dog. “No he doesn’t,” she laughed. “That’s not possible." “He does. See,” he said, pointing, “One, two, three.” “He just shakes his head so fast that what you're seeing is the afterimage of where his head has been.” “That’s not true.” She looked at her … Continue reading The Heads of Cerberus – Georgiann Carlson

The Heads of Cerberus II – Georgiann Carlson

“You’re dog’s weird,” he said.   “Is not,” she shot back.  "You just have to look at him through loving eyes.”   “I don’t think that will help.”   “He’s a nice dog.”   “Does he have one name, or three?” “His name is Love Duck.”   “Killer seems more appropriate.”   “He’s very gentle,” … Continue reading The Heads of Cerberus II – Georgiann Carlson

Daily Writing Prompt: The Heads of Cerberus – Francis Stevens

I am revisiting a favorite set of daily writing prompts inspired by the fabulous- and informative- book Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction this month.  Revisiting these prompts gives me the opportunity to reshare the diverse and ingenuous responses I received the first time I ran the challenge in 2019, and will … Continue reading Daily Writing Prompt: The Heads of Cerberus – Francis Stevens