Today’s story is a controversial, yet powerful look at a meeting of cultures gone horribly wrong.
[Tragedy] [Dark] [Human] • 10,947 words
At 3:15 AM, Adams woke me with a loud knock on my front door.
“Put your boots on,” he said when I answered. “There’s a biblical monster in my house.”
FROM THE CURATORS: As a glance through the story’s overflowing comments section will show you, this is a piece which is not afraid to be thought-provoking. Its final chapters take a swerve from quiet tension into some of the most unflinching Dark fiction in the fandom. What makes Biblical Monsters remarkable is how effectively it supports that twist. “Horse Voice did a great job setting up his character and motivations to make the ending a tragically logical inevitability,” Chris said. Benman added: “The clues were there all along. The core themes and conflicts are constant throughout.”
We all agreed that the story, in Chris’ words, “practically screams ‘literary.'” The quality of the writing is exemplary. Benman went even further: “I decided a while ago to limit my FIMFic favorites list to ten stories. This is currently one of them.”
Read on for our interview, in which Horse Voice discusses thematic twists, anonymous villains, and lessons learned while handling controversy.