T. Kent

T. Kent writes science fiction, fantasy and romance (often in the same story). She loves spending time with family, cuddling with her French bulldogs, playing tennis, and tinkering with technology (not necessarily in that order). Her short fiction has appeared in Creep: A Collection of Poetry and Flash Fiction, Flash Fiction Magazine, Saturday Night Reader and Slink Chunk Press, and is forthcoming at Bewildering Stories. Find her on her website.

Stories by T. Kent

The Newcomer

Illustrated by Joey To

I pushed my way through the bodies shuffling about in front of the warehouse where we held our twelve-step meetings. The place was always packed the night after Halloween. Most holidays presented temptations to an addict, but for a Supernatural, Halloween was the worst. It was just so easy to blend in. Inside, my friend Ozzie …