In When the Devil, Libby finds salvation in a new sapphic partner, homebrewed poison, and facing a God she no longer believes in.
“In When the Devil, Murray’s lips curl back to reveal fangs. With sharp and southern prose, this story of awakening beats with the bloody empowered tang of reclamation.”
—Scott J. Moses, author of Our Own Unique Affliction
“This sapphic, Southern tale of love, murder and liberation [is] addictive, satisfying, and an all-around must-read.”
—George Dunn, FanFiAddict
Emma E. Murray writes horror and dark speculative fiction. Her stories have appeared/are forthcoming in anthologies like OBSOLESCENCE, What One Wouldn’t Do, and Still of Winter, as well as magazines such as Vastarien, Pyre, and If There’s Anyone Left. When she’s not writing, she loves playing pretend with her daughter, hiking, and being an obnoxious bard in D&D.