Hell’s Security

Just posted a short story here next to Super Priest and J-Mac that we wrote that appeared in the May 2009 issue of the webzine The Nautilus Engine. Anyone who has ever been a security guard should appreciated it, as well as anyone who has ever been to Hell.

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About hellsambrosia

Striking out to make names for themselves in the brutal desert land of Tucson, Arizona, Pedro Cerda and Daniel Stiles chose the profession of security by which to build their renown. The process of vocational evolution brought sarcasm from exuberance, irritation from helpfulness and most importantly, apathy from vigilance. Through the natural selection of a shopping mall, they learned the path for survival could be arrived at by way of detachment from care. It exists as a lesson others might comprehend through the pages of their stories, testimony put forth as the ladder of salvation from the balcony perch of chaos. You can be saved but if not, that's your own problem. Our current credits include the upcoming novel The Jack the Mac Chronicles from Freya's Bower, “The Erratic Blueprint of Desperation” from Wild Child Publishing, “Lethargy’s Rainbow” from Aphelion’s March 2009 issue, “Hell’s Security” from Nautilus Engine’s May 2009 issue, “Variable Hate” from Nautilus Engine’s August 2009 issue, and “Soulless Screaming Shoes” from South Jersey Underground’s August/September 2009 issue.
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