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Grandpa

by: T.E. Cowell “For all he knows he’ll never die. That’s exactly how I felt when I was his age.” A work of fiction that…

Two Poems by Carolynn Kingyens

by: Carolynn Kingyens1 These two poems by Carolynn Kingyens are meditations on the passage of time and the inevitable loss that accompanies it. The stories we…

A Visitation

by: Frederick Foote When the past comes back to stalk the present — a short story about a veteran confronted by the horrors of his…

Desperate Steps

by: Paul Negri “It is all in the service of the children, our most precious possessions.” A short story wherein a desperate mother fights for…

Meeting The Creature

by: Jim Snowden A chance encounter, an unconscionable racial bias, and a search for a craftsman to bring to life demonic creatures, all part of…

Seclusion

by: Patrick McQueen “What happened next transformed this random moment into a scene I would never forget.” A short story that not only points to the…

Two Poems By James Miller

by: James Miller James A. Miller’s poetry speaks to us of the real world, the one riven between loss and abundance, between a shattered belief…

Flesh Colored Shell

by: Allison Cripe A story where a shell is far more than just a shell, and a significance of an ordinary object is birthed from…

Skipping Stones

by: Tyler Womack “I’m putting you in the story only so you’ll feel the stakes the way I do. Because here’s the truth: This is…

The Wolves Of San Francisco

by: Fredrick Foote1 A work of speculative fiction that imagines a nation where homelessness has grown to encompass a third of its residents, and where…

Chances Are

by: Eduardo Cordeiro A potent op-ed concerning the treatment of immigrants in the United States by Eduardo Cordeiro, the author of The Rapist, The Terrorist,…

Reflections

by: Ashton Noone Like mirror images, two friends lives dance in unison until a healthy devotion to sameness morphs into a perilous infatuation… The first…