Fiction

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 Blanton 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…

10,000 Monkeys

10,000 Monkeys

by: Cameron Kirk A timeless joke, a Schrödinger reference, and a team of overworked primates… “Here it is, sir.” Marvin the Monkey placed the manuscript on…

Grace

Grace

by: Frederick Foote An eye-opening short, where the rougher edges of what it means to be human are smoothed over… Another Monday, and another misplaced,…

Desert Stars

Desert Stars

by: Cameron Kirk Two disparate lives, that of a pilot and a nomad, intersect under the vast, glimmering skies of the desert…. The night sky…

Five Fights

Five Fights

by: Steve Passey It’s not how many fights you’ve endured that defines you, it’s how many you’ve won. One person’s journey to rise up against…