Fiction

Translations

Translations

by: Frederick Foote Introducing the latest tool for aspiring writers: The Writing Workshops Comments Translator (WWCT)… After decades of hard work and thousands of failures, I…

The Matador’s Prayer

The Matador’s Prayer

by: Justin Fenech1 “We know life is full of death and our art helps us create the illusion that life has meaning. We all need…

La Lunática

La Lunática

by: Carmen Baca1 A follow up to “Baile De Diablo,” where the fallout from that fateful evening at the Blue Light City Roadhouse continues… “¡Lunáticos! ¡Brujas!”…

The Color of Her Name

The Color of Her Name

by: Laure Van Rensburg1 “I trap the memory in my skin, an invisible tattoo of our encounter, so if I die on a field or in…

Anna Lee

Anna Lee

by: Frederick Foote When a writer’s creation comes to life unexpectedly, the naked truth behind its existence threatens to tear our world apart… Anna Lee stares…

Isn’t That Romantic

Isn’t That Romantic

by: Alan Swyer Sometimes even the most confounding of circumstances can be a blessing in a disguise, like when an innocuous trip to see a film leads to…

Infidelity Cubed

Infidelity Cubed

by: Laurie Blanton1 What if what once felt like love, now feels like shackles? A story about a contentious love triangle set against the backdrop…

Baile de Diablo

Baile de Diablo

by: Carmen Baca A bewitching take on the Dance of the Devil, based on a New Mexican folk tale the author’s grandmother used to recount… The…

The Cull

The Cull

by: R. E Hengsterman “Amongst all the ruin there were rumors of salvation, people searching, desperate, scared and broken. I’d sought the same redemption.” The…

The Underdog

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…