Below are links to short stories, interactive fiction, and other nonsense by Andrea, in some sort of order. “View More” will take you to the story.
Beneath the Bark Her Heart
Someone has been planting a tree for each girl who goes missing.
Beneath the Bark Her Heart was published in issue #2 of Recompose, Ritualistic Pompadour, in September 2016. Cover art by Alliteration Ink.
The Roving Bookstore
The roving bookstore comes out when all else is closed, in the moonlight, stepping between the stars.
The Roving Bookstore was published in the Spring 2016 issue of The Sockdolager. Illustration by Alison Wilgus.
The Gaps in Translation
A story about space explorers and love and lizard people.
"The Gaps in Translation" was published in Crossed Genres Magazine, January 2014. (Cover is “Allovegator,” by artist Geneva B)
Silver & Gold
These things come in pairs.
In a dark city, a servant sees something she shouldn't and flees from her master's house.
Re-published at Sub-Q Magazine in August 2015.
Base of the Comet
In the deep of space, there are unexpected things. Like science, love, and undiscovered monsters.
Base of the Comet is an interactive story about Cal Yeasin, space scientist. There are detours to learn more about Cal or explore bits of ship and wreckage. There are monsters either way.
The Fairy Woods
Someone dear to you has disappeared into the dangerous woods of the fairy realm, and you're already on your way to save them...
The Fairy Woods is an interactive story with multiple endings and character combinations.
If you inherited a ring and discovered that it made invisible portals turn visible, would you walk through? Yulia would.
Inheritance is a short exploration of a portal concept. This story has multiple endings. Originally for a challenge on Twinery.org: 15 passages or fewer, in 1,000 words or fewer.
You are on the run, but why?
Digital Witnesses is a short fiction created in twenty-three Twine passages, prompted by a challenge on Twinery.org.
Several very short items
#spacewitch: A twitter story about a space witch. In honor of May 1, 2014 being officially declared the day of the #spacewitch.
Sick day: A twitter story about a necklace and the not-so-common cold. For #CreatureDay, May 29, 2014.
Seasonal changes: A brief ode to autumn, with its scarves and boots and higher degree of comfort when slaving over a cauldron.
Snow and the #spacewitch: A small continuation of the first #spacewitch story, written during a blizzard in winter 2015. (Cover photo by Amelia Schmidt on Flickr)
All cover art is created by Andrea Corbin (from creative commons or public domain photography) unless otherwise noted.