Issues

THE CHESTNUT - June 2018 issue

This month's story is called THE CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED. It's a story about the fall and of how the mindset shapes our experiences.

THE CHESTNUT - May 2018 issue

This months story is a bit inspired by magical realism and is one of loneliness, heartbreak, forgiveness and it's also about climbing a playground tower in the middle of the night. (Explicit language)

THE CHESTNUT - April 2018 issue

In this issue we have the story THE PARKING LOT AT THE SOUTHERN ENTRANCE TO HELL which is inspired by artwork by Michael Marshall Smith who has generously allowed me to use the images for the cover and inside.

THE CHESTNUT - March 2018 issue

The MARCH issue brings you a story called WINGS OF SORROW. A mythical story about friendship, hardship and resilience. 

THE CHESTNUT February 2018 issue

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This months CHESTNUT brings you a story of loneliness, luck and companionship. It's called THE CLOVER FARM.

THE CHESTNUT - January 2018 issue

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The Chestnut issue 05 January 2018. This months story is called A BLOODHOUND IN HELSINKI.

THE CHESTNUT - December issue

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The December issue of THE CHESTNUT is here with a story inspired by Nordic Mythology and the ICE QUEEN by H.C. Andersen. The story is called FROST ROSES.

The CHESTNUT November issue (ibooks)

This months story is called THE PARIS SYNDROME and has artwork by Michael Marshall Smith.

THE CHESTNUT November 2017

This months story is called THE PARIS SYNDROME and has artwork by Michael Marshall Smith. 

The Chestnut September

The first issue of THE CHESTNUT iBooks Version. In this issue: The Soul-Bird

The Chestnut September

THE CHESTNUT issue 1 - the eBook version. In this issue THE SOUL-BIRD

THE CHESTNUT October

THE CHESTNUT issue 02 iBooks version. In this issue WHITEOUT, WHEN THE WORLD CHANGED

THE CHESTNUT October

THE CHESTNUT issue 02 eBooks version. In this issue WHITEOUT, WHEN THE WORLD CHANGED

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