Fiction

Los Angeles Which Craft

by: Christopher James As Bukowski once said, “hate contains truth. beauty is a facade,” and there’s often no telling what lies beneath… She wore high…

Strangers

by: Frederick Foote When the spirits of the past come back to haunt you in old, yet unfamiliar ways…. She has a full lip smile that…

Diversity

by: Alan Swyer A story that exposes a hypocrisy within the pursuit of equality… “Know what I think?” Sternberg stated over lunch at a Persian restaurant one…

Mostly Fiction

by: T.E. Cowell When a lie leads to love, the truth wields the power of resolve… I went for a walk because it was my day…

Hocus

by: Matthew Heiti It’s strange how things fall apart. One piece at a time so you almost don’t notice… She comes back. Because we all…

Doing Time

Doing Time

by: Frederick Foote Sometimes people fight the system just to keep from being crushed into conformity, and sometimes people fight just because it is in…

Laughter

Laughter

by: Shawn Yager The mirth of children, the ire of the weary, inexplicably frozen in time… Cheyanne and Brandy walked home from school. They lived…

Black Canvas Athletes

by: Tristan Kneschke Competition, compulsion, and companionship – a story told in 8 bits… Trinidad checks her crumpled shopping list. She’s just picked up the…

Laura Vroom Finding Nevine

Finding Nevine

by: Laura Vroom An edifying tale, where desires of the heart are communal, and heartache abounds…. Ell laid on the carpet, her fingertips tracing infinite looped…