DNA

by: Julie Howard “The system had simply given her a larger prison, but she still belonged to them.” A short story about a felon who…

Dancing Man

by: Drema Deòraich  “His grin shadowed me, a happy reminder of fleeting insight.” A man, footloose and entirely liberated, offers his ability to get others to…

On Mental Health

by: Robert Levin “We require a measure of mental illness in order to live with even a semblance of internal equilibrium.” A story emphasizing the fact…

Three Poems by Pat Smith

by Pat Smith Patrick Smith’s poems operate at the intersection of narrative and dream. They barrel toward you like an action sequence that picks you…

Rosemary

by: Derek Schneider An adventure story, where loyalties are tested amid a journey that leads to uncharted sectors of the world… There’s no sound but…

An Ending

by: Katherine Machon A work of flash fiction that is as affecting as it is beautiful, where two very distinct feelings interbreed… Darkness. The scent…

Binary

by: Nicholas Farriella “Lying there, staring at the glow of an orange light overhead, I had visions of internet-based heavens and hells with ultrasounds being…

Distractions

by: T.E. Cowell  “He can play the game because he doesn’t care, because to him, it really is just a game.” A short story where…

Rachel Above The Clouds

by: Joseph Carrabis “The terrible thing about sunlight is it shows the dirt.”  A short story where a heartache that shirked in the shadows comes…