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Bewildering Stories

Diana Pollin

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Diana Pollin is a New Yorker who loves and inhabits the wonderful sunny and mysteriously inspiring city of Marseilles. Nothing replaces the traditional ghost and horror story where less is more. A newcomer to writing, she has already published a flash and three others are in the works, both in print and “cyberspatially.” Her influences are Lovecraft, Poe, Black, Le Fanu and of course O. Henry.

Diana holds Masters Degrees in Fine Arts and English-American literature from Middlebury College and the Sorbonne University in Paris. She has published dark fantasy on various websites and has completed a novel about her native city, New York, post-9/11.

Copyright © 2008, 2011 by Diana Pollin

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Prose Fiction
The Other Side of 59th Street
Tamerlane’s SnuffboxLa Boîte à tabac de Tamerlan
Extreme Makeover
Grey Lines on White Paper
The Princess of Brighton Beach
The Lady of the Lambs
The Bloodless
Good Writing
Night Shift
L’Embarquement pour Cythère
The Condor and the Lizard

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