Fiction

Desperate Steps

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…

The Wolves Of San Francisco

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…

Reflections

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…

A Taste Of Wool

A Taste Of Wool

by: Sarah Fader A whimsical work of fiction with a surprise twist, that revels in the joy of dancing to the beat of one’s own drum……

The Pretender

The Pretender

by: Laurence Sullivan1 A work of historical fiction that pits a family against itself and where loyalties are unceasingly tested… I‘d never realized the destructive…

Felicity’s First

Felicity’s First

by: John S Alty A short story that acts as a warning that you never know where, or within whom, evil lurks… A nurse led…

Children, Untethered

Children, Untethered

by: Bonnie Carlson A story, told from dual perspectives, that explores life in U.S. detention centers for refugee children, and the new and distressing world children…

Surprise Package

Surprise Package

by: Paul Lewellan An unexpected package’s arrival prompts a conversation about marriage, attraction, and trust… The package arrived at Helen Martin’s desk at Mid-Continent Security…

Flight Of The Garca

Flight Of The Garca

by: Karl Bahler “Live in the moment, because the past and future are always changing.” An enchanting story where the dead move through time and…

Beautiful Morning

Beautiful Morning

by: John S Alty A life come full circle, a love enduring, brought forth in a mere two hundred and thirty-five words… I met her in…