T.E. Cowell

Oysters

by: T.E. Cowell “Jim felt like he was back in his twenties, young and reckless, full of raw emotion. He’d forgotten what it felt like…

Limitations

by: T.E. Cowell The chance for a new life, of comradeship, and of mental and physical well-being — a short story that suggests that when the…

The Cane

by: T.E. Cowell A work of fiction that revels not in the view from the top, but in the ascent…  Tim hadn’t given any thought…

The Return

by: T.E. Cowell A work of flash fiction dripping with the thickly ozze of an unfounded paranoia… Emma left without a word. Jim had been…

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…

Porn & Picasso

by: T.E. Cowell “If she won’t respect my past, then ditto for hers.” When a regrettable fragment of a man’s past comes back to haunt him, and…

A Pleasant Surprise

by: T.E. Cowell A melancholy view into the life of a man longing for the path of least resistance. When the appeal of giving up eclipses the…

Cutting Back

by: T.E. Cowell Overcome with frustration, a writer struggles to find a reason to continue the pursuit. Why we write… I write the first sentence…

The Underdog

by: T.E. Cowell “The world is against him, but he types on all the same.” An author questions his worth as an artist, and as…

The Hotel Room

by: T.E. Cowell This week we feature a double dose of the introspective, melancholy, and always relatable work of T.E. Cowell, On this occasion, Cowell…