Sara Lundberg

Sara is a Kansas-grown author of the fantasy and horror persuasions. She is convinced that fantastical things are waiting for her just around the corner, and until she finds the right corner, she writes about those things instead.

The Humanity Mirror

I am the happiest woman in all the world. I am about to marry the man of my dreams, and he has given me this delightfully magical mirror as a wedding gift. My complexion glows, my eyes sparkle, and as I twirl in my gown, I am beautiful. Nothing could be better. # After our […]

Maxwell Edison, Werewolf Hunter

Maxwell paced the darkened student med lab, waiting for the DNA results. His prey was a pretty, quizzical biochem major named Joan. She was suspiciously fervid when it came to her studies. There was a good chance she was at the science lab after hours herself. He wasn’t sure what, exactly, she was studying, but […]

The Wrong John Dunham

The ghost didn’t leave after the séance was over. That hadn’t ever happened to me before. Although I hadn’t ever had a real ghost show up to one of my fake séances in the first place. It started off as one of the fake séances Madame had me do for her shop’s off-the-street clientele. Madame […]

The Dragon’s Lost Library

I met the dragon the summer after my fifth grade year. It was the start of summer vacation—a magical time for children. The days were full of possibility, and back then, the summers seemed endless. That summer, I planned on spending hours curled up on the bottom bunk bed, my fantasy posters surrounding me in […]

The Last Christmas Tree

Needle grew up like most trees. He started as a seed from a pine cone. He was raised in a greenhouse until he was big enough to survive outdoors, where he was planted in the ground. As Needle grew, he heard rustling amongst the other trees, who had been planted in neat rows alongside him, […]