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The Lorelei Signal

Edited by Carol Hightshoe

ISSN: 2158-6160


Welcome to the Jan - Mar '23 Issue of The Lorelei Signal

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Stories in this Issue:

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Please Note: As I am in the process of moving the April Issue will be part of a double issue for July.


by Kavitha Nallathambi



by Mark DiStefano

A dead girl is haunting my house. I'm trying to assist her in her unfinished business, but she's not super interested in cooperating. 


by Diane Arrelle

Eloise O’Banion an elementary school teacher has  been forced to retire for health reasons and is depressed. Imagine her surprise when one morning shortly after the school year begins she gets a surprising visit from an old student. It seems like a wish come true.


by Ginger Strivelli

She makes history with her hands...ancient history.


by Henry Peter Gribbin

Flash Fiction


by Leonora Lewis

Livia haunts the Permit to Sell Department of the Department of Motor Vehicles; her old desk is in a freezing cold spot in the office and her old chair bucks anyone who sits in it. While all the rumors fly, Hope keeps her head down and tries to do her job and the nosy assistant supervisor out of her business. 


by Paula Cappa

The King of Iceleea is lonely for a queen until he meets the Mother of Witches, Hekate, at his kingdom's crossroads. Hekate provides him with an enchanting wife—a mysterious woman who arrives riding a white wolf, bringing her secret powers from another realm to Iceleea.


by Lynne Sargent



by Maureen Bowden

The Great Mother hears disturbing reports concerning the behaviour of the residents on a little blue planet. She feels obliged to investigate.


by Laura J. Underwood

When Anwyn Baldomyre sought a place to stay for the night, he was not expecting to be put into a contest that would test his harper skills as well as his magic.


by Mary E. Lowd

Alternate universes brush against each other while a giraffe-like alien is shopping for jangleberry jam.


by Lucy D. Ford

A young squirrel native has to hold off ruthless dinosaur explorers who seek to exploit and defile her heritage. 


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However, we are hoping you will show your appreciation for the work that appears here by clicking on the donation button with each story page and making a donation to show you appreciate our work. 75% of all money received will be divided among the writers and artists - once the issue earns back the initial amounts paid out.

I pay the authors and artists out of pocket...
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If we receive enough donations while the issue is up to cover the money already paid to the authors and artists, I will then take 75% of the remainder of the money and divide it between the authors and artists whose work appears in the issue. The rest goes toward other operating expenses for the magazine.

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The Lorelei Signal (ISSN: 2158-6160) is published quarterly, by WolfSinger Publications.
New issues are posted on the first Sunday of Jan, April, July, and Oct.

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