Welcome to the World of Myths and Folklore

Bruce Rowe was born in the Deep South of Louisiana where folklore and myths are as plentiful as fireflies in the Bluebonnet Swamp on a midsummer’s night. He has integrated the supernatural elements from those myths in addition to others from around the world into his stories.

He has had short stories published at Spillwords.com, Dastaanworld.com and Cafelit.com. ‘The Rider’, his first short story, was nominated Publication of the Month at Spillwords in October 2018. As well, ‘Grandfather’s Clock’ was a featured piece at Spillwords. ‘The Lonely Traveler’ received a special mention at Cafelit. He has been nominated twice as Author of the month at Spillwords. His poem, Twiggy Thin, is published in Clarendon House Publication’s, Poetica. His story, Hair of the Dog, is published in Zombie Works Publication, Monsterthology 2.

He presently lives in Oceanside California where he spends his time writing, body surfing and playing guitar.

A few Short Story descriptions: All free for your reading enjoyment.

Deliverance at the Crossroads – Is a new twist from the old tale of Robert Johnson who sold his soul at the Crossroads to become the best blues player of the Delta.

The Rider – A story of a child turned hunter for a pack of wolves that killed his family when he was eight years old only to discover the truth behind the wolves.

The Kraken and Captain Cutch – A pirate tale about a Captain whose ship was destroyed by a zombie kraken and his hunt for revenge.


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