Catch and Release By E. Sterling When I was a kid I did the same stuff as you; I jumped my bike off bridges and
INDEPENDENCE DAY by Oleg Razumovsky On Independence Day we sat with a former translator Fhil in the park near the bronze Deer. Soviet soldiers brought
“Hellish Pathway to a Portal” by Jesus Chameleon The freezing snow melted fast at the end of Fall in 1949. Priscilla was moving from California.
The Banyan’s Heartbeat by Rene DeWees The shade under the banyan tree is cool on this hot day. Although the sun is at its peak
Viatical: Excerpts taken from a young woman’s diary by Dianne Lindsey Diary June 1996 My birthday!.. Too old to celebrate, I am certain that is
COMING UP by Michael Capel It was as bad as it’d ever gotten: for two hours Wally and I had been on our hands and
The Last Words of a Genius by Nathaniel Tower One – The Diagnosis The crowd gathered around the dying man’s bed, waiting for his last
One Prisoner Too Many by Tom Sheehan The sound came once more. He stiffened. It was closer. His whole body knew it was closer. It
Strays by Raud Kennedy It was a good day to fleece treats off the customers coming out of the 7-11. The hot weather brought them
Life in Simulation by Kristina England A robot kisses funny. The clank of metal on mouth. The cold, hard dispensing of love. George sat back.