Ryan Judkins' stories focus on the miraculous and the fantastical within the everyday. His long work, A Lighthouse at Egg Rock, is based on intense historical research into Swampscott, MA in 1864 to establish an accurate setting. The sea serpent sightings were, in fact, real, though the events of the book themselves, of course, are imaginary. He lives in the northeastern United States with his wife, son, and a menagerie of pets.
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Stories by Ryan Judkins
The Lighthouse at Egg Rock by ryanjudkins
The Lighthouse at Egg Rock
Updates Fridays. An aimless college student is shipwrecked by a sea serpent and wakes up more than 150 years...
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The Man Who Loved Winter by ryanjudkins
The Man Who Loved Winter
A short story for a winter's day. Where do snowmen come from, after all?
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The Faery in the Bothy by ryanjudkins
The Faery in the Bothy
A true account of a walk in the Scottish Lowlands, in which a hiker meets a mysterious stranger.
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