That's the overall motto of Regina's speculative fiction.
Regina Glei was born in Germany but nourished a fascination for the Far East ever since she was a little girl. A graduate in Japanese Studies, she has resided and worked in Japan for more than ten years.
Living far away from her home country has been a powerful influence on her fiction, which she describes as speculative and sometimes weird...
You can find Regina also on
She Should Have Called Him Siegfried
Black Sand Lovecraftian horror published by Innsmouth Free Press
Snot Creek Valley Horror story published by The Dark Fiction Spotlight and is now part of an anthology: Thadd Presley Presents: Creature Feature
The Park Horror story published by Three Crow Press
My Friend, the Zombie Zombie story published by A Fly in Amber magazine
Seeing Stone Humorous high fantasy story published Big Pulp (now off the net)
The Chasm" Horror story published by Afterburn SF (now off the net)
Lunatic SF story published by Strange, Weird & Wonderful Magazine (now off the net)
The Scroll Fantasy story published in GlassFire Magazine Vol 4. Issue 4