In Austria-Hungary in the late 19th century lived a young couple. One son demonstrated talent. His parents applied for his admission to an art school.
After viewing samples of his work, the schoolmaster said, “Your son shows great promise. I think his name will live forever, Herr and Frau Schicklgruber.”
Philip Leibfried resides in New York City’s vibrant East Village section in a studio apartment awash with books and videos. He has been published on fiction365.com, microhorror.com, short-story.me and TalesofOld.com. His favorite authors are Poe, Haggard, Kipling, Hearn, E. R. Burroughs, and R. E. Howard.