Cover of the historical fantasy novel Witch in the White City, by Nick Wisseman.

Hundreds of exhibits. Millions of visitors. One supernatural killer.

Witch in the White City is a historical fantasy/mystery set in the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The story follows Neva Freeman, an African American performer who becomes the target of a fiendish murderer—before they died, his other victims seem to have lost their minds.

 

Read the first three chapters here.

Cover of the historical fantasy novel The Red Wraith, by Nick Wisseman.

As magic awakens in Early America, Naysin, a child of the Lepane nation, manifests talents that cause much of the New World to see him as the Red Wraith, an indigenous monster who delights in butchering white innocents. The infamy is well-earned, but that’s not who he wants to be. And when he encounters a group of fellow magic-users, Naysin realizes how he can set everything right.

Read the prologue here.

Cover of the literary flash fiction story House with a Black Door, by Nick Wisseman.

Jarvis House deals with the death of one of its residents.

Read the entire flash fiction piece here.