Rakefet Abergel Interview: Creeping into the Horror Genre, Leaving No Woman Behind

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Ubiquitous Horror was able to grab a moment with film industry’s renaissance woman on the rise, Rakefet Abergel. Whether it’s producing, directing, writing, or acting, Abergel seems to do it with ease, and we horror fans are just fortunate enough to have her in our genre, even though that wasn’t her initial intent, “I fell into horror by accident”. Believe it or not, the creator and star of the short film Jax in Love had this to say about it, “I didn’t think that Jax in Love was a horror, but it seems it is!” Lucky for us! Continue reading “Rakefet Abergel Interview: Creeping into the Horror Genre, Leaving No Woman Behind”

Dandelion

Dandelion

A short story written by Siobahn Harris 2/12/2018

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Examining a pair of black slacks hanging neatly from a wire hanger, Mark’s face twisted into a scowl. Funeral pants, he thought. Sliding them off the hanger, he slipped into them and then plopped down onto the edge of his bed. With his head in his hands, his dark curly hair tumbled through his fingers. His stomach turned thinking about the date he was preparing for with Sarah. She said he should dress fancy but wearing the pants he only ever wore to funerals seemed a bit too fitting, considering he was planning on breaking up with her tonight.

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