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The Night Sun

By Zin E. Rocklyn
The Night Sun by Zin E. Rocklyn digital book - Fable

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Zin E. Rocklyn's "The Night Sun" is a Tor.com Original horror story that speaks to the darkness that manifests around us and in ourselves — but moreover, how justice can be found through the blood.

Content warning for fictional depictions of intimate partner violence, including physical assault.

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Dark settingDarkAbuse
Surprised Face with Open Mouth“This is a short and dark horror story that definitely deserves more reads, I’ll be looking more into the authors work!”
Descriptive writingFast-pacedSuspensefulUnpredictableDark settingDarkAbuseViolence

About Zin E. Rocklyn

Zin E. Rocklyn (they/them) is a contributor to Bram Stoker-nominated Nox Pareidolia, Kaiju Rising II: Reign of Monsters, Brigands: A Blackguards Anthology, and Forever Vacancy anthologies and Weird Luck Tales No. 7 zine. Their story “Summer Skin” in the Bram Stoker-nominated anthology Sycorax’s Daughters received an honorable mention for Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year, Volume Ten. Zin contributed the nonfiction essay “My Genre Makes a Monster of Me” to Uncanny Magazine’s Hugo Award-winning Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction. Their short story “Night Sun” was published on Tor.com. Zin is a 2017 VONA and 2018 Viable Paradise graduate as well as a 2021 Clarion West candidate. You can find them on Twitter @intelligentwat.

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