New horror (and a little bit queer) story by Adrik Kemp

City in the Ice featuring Adrik Kemp

I have a secret love of Antarctica, so when the opportunity arose to set a science-fiction story there about a city beneath the ice, my imagination went crazy and I ended up with a historical horror piece about a doomed United Nations expedition of four men into the stark landscape to investigate what happened to the last eight parties.

I’m immensely proud of “The Ninth Expedition” for many reasons and I hope you enjoy it. You can get it from Infinite Realms. It’s got some incredible stories, all edited by H. David Blalock.

Based on a true story, “Farewell, Muhammad” by Adrik Kemp is available now

This is a story that is very close to my heart. It is a letter to a friend found and lost while traveling and the journey to say a final goodbye in his homeland.

I am honoured to be part of ‘Queer Around the World’, the latest in Qommunicate’s ‘LGBTQ+ True Stories Anthology’ series featuring accounts from across the world on travel, multiculturalism and immigration from a queer perspective.

Read this short story in the Queer Around the World anthology from Qommunicate Media.