Cornstalker

Trouble with a capital C! The tale begins when a car stops and a body is tossed into the Corn. But this is not just any crop.

Darkverse: The Shadow Hours

A rich gathering of poetry with a dismal twilight atmosphere, a brooding nature, an eerie tone . . . DARKVERSE: THE SHADOW HOURS encompasses such pieces written by Lori R. Lopez between 2009 and 2017 . . .

Tides Of Chaos

A man and woman meet online while the world around them is falling apart. Where are the creatures from that have invaded their planet? What do they want?

Poetic Reflections: Mothers

I was planning to call this “Blank”. I had even typed it up at the top in preparation, but at the last minute I decided to change the theme . . .

Odds And Ends

What terrors lurk in the blackest regions of a cellar, amidst dusty cobwebbed shelves, in the glass jars and metal cans of a hopelessly abnormal mind?

The Fairy Fly Author Reading

Fairy Fly Entertainment presents author-illustrator Lori R. Lopez reading Chapter Fourteen from her humorous fantasy-horror novel THE FAIRY FLY, for ages twelve through adult.

The Queen Of Hats

A collection of very unusual verse, ranging from wacky to dark to narrative. Lori R. Lopez writes her own way, whether poetry or prose. This book contains both . . .

Ere The Dark Dirt

A legendary archer is summoned from his tomb to battle creatures that threaten to cover the world in darkness in the second LASTENBERG tale. The tales of Lastenberg relate the hero's on-going battle . . .

Opon-Hul

A legendary archer is summoned from his tomb to battle a beast and save the world in the first LASTENBERG tale. The tales of Lastenberg relate the hero's on-going battle against evil.

The Fruit Of Thy Womb

Another unique zombie tale from Lori R. Lopez, the author of “Heartbeat” and “The Lycaning”, this time with Fruit Flies and two jaded strangers who learn that they are not as alone as they think.

The Fox Trot

A girl brings her dog to play with a wild fox. This poignant children’s book is also a memory from the storyteller’s own childhood. It was written and illustrated . . .

The Mudpuppy

A girl pokes a stick into a lake and a fish with feet climbs out. This poetic tale is an amusing children’s fable based on one of the author’s most cherished childhood memories.

The Fairy Fly

A Black Widow queen, a big bad Wolf Spider, and a Hit-Mantis are but a few of the obstacles for a spunky little spider who must find his way home through a strange land of giants . . .

Unnatural

A Thin Man wanders into a world of trouble after the carnival that was his home goes bust. Adrift and alone, missing his sideshow friends, things get pretty freaky . . .

Some Thing

A tongue-in-cheek tale about a man who drank the water, another man and his Bazooka, and a lady with a loaded gun. Brought together in a showdown between paranoia and reality . . .

An Ill Wind Blows

The witty novel AN ILL WIND BLOWS whisks you inside the belly of a storm who would be king. There an oddball bunch of nutty characters encounter a nonstop marathon of the bizarre . . .

Read: Creep

There was something on the other side of a wooden fence. He could hear it move beside him, keeping pace with a sweeping rustle. The boy’s gait slowed and he listened . . .

Creep

What terror lurks behind the fence in an ordinary neighborhood? What manner of monster will you see if you peek through a knothole? Something ugly. Something angry. Something with a very large appetite.

Dance Of The Chupacabras

A dark Wonderlandish "oddyssey" that merges and contrasts elements of humor and horror; fantasy, reality, and literary nonsense; legends, myths, and history; Pop, Mexican, and American Culture; wordplay and swordplay.