CHANNILLO
Waite Community Announcements (from a Neighboring Dimension)
By J. Katherine Patt

Series Description:

"...the lab equipment is missing. A heavy, cloying smell chokes us as we enter the room."

It's 1922 and the school year has just begun at Waite College, a women's institute just outside of Arkham, and peculiar events are happening all over campus. The sister school to the infamous Miskatonic University, Waite is no stranger to unusual stories about men going mad or missing. But for the first time evil appears to have crept into their dormitories and offices, to the horror of faculty and students alike.

Consisting of found documents including journal entries, incident reports, evaluations, official memos, and graffitied messages, Waite Community Announcements will trace the events leading up to the school's mass disappearances in 1923--which to this day historians do not quite understand.

 20% of the proceeds from subscriptions will be donated to Sweet Briar College, recently saved from closure in June 2015.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Completed



Author Bio For J. Katherine Patt:

J. Katherine Patt is a writer, editor, and teacher living in Maryland. Her short story, "Monster Mash," won first place in the 2015 Channillo Short Story Contest.







Series Description:

"...the lab equipment is missing. A heavy, cloying smell chokes us as we enter the room."

It's 1922 and the school year has just begun at Waite College, a women's institute just outside of Arkham, and peculiar events are happening all over campus. The sister school to the infamous Miskatonic University, Waite is no stranger to unusual stories about men going mad or missing. But for the first time evil appears to have crept into their dormitories and offices, to the horror of faculty and students alike.

Consisting of found documents including journal entries, incident reports, evaluations, official memos, and graffitied messages, Waite Community Announcements will trace the events leading up to the school's mass disappearances in 1923--which to this day historians do not quite understand.

 20% of the proceeds from subscriptions will be donated to Sweet Briar College, recently saved from closure in June 2015.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Completed


Author Bio For J. Katherine Patt:

J. Katherine Patt is a writer, editor, and teacher living in Maryland. Her short story, "Monster Mash," won first place in the 2015 Channillo Short Story Contest.