Phillip McCollum

About me

Writer and reader of alternate history, historical fantasy, and historical fiction.

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Fiona Unnoticed

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Constellations appeared in the pockmarked material. A faint hum from the central air system vibrated along the t-bars. Seven minutes. For seven minutes, she stared at the drop ceiling, waiting quietly for six-foot-four Samuel to step away from the copy machine. He was clearly done, yet there he…

Done Right By You

Courtesy of Rob Lee on Flickr – Burl Langston leaned against the cedar post. Behind him, a few longhorns mulled about. On the other side of the fence, clouds of dust hung over the plains like soiled cotton as countless shorthorns spilled onto a patch of alfalfa. Burl’s toothpick…


Image courtesy of Wikimedia The metal folding chair was doing a number on Sharon’s back. Along with a handful of arm-crossed citizens, she sat before the town council and watched them stuff their faces with slices of cherry pie that the Mayor’s wife had brought in. Sharon’s stomach churned. She…

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