Dow

A second chance By Carla J Dow

Blood. Sticky, shiny, wet. Brazen red. I blink and the desperation rises in my chest. I cannot clear the...
Cothern

Jennifer by Raymond Cothern

Jennifer by Raymond Cothern She comes limping across the yard, the alternating and uneven areas of grass and gravel,...
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Short Short Stories

A little piece about the short short story, and a long long list of many short shorts. Take a...
Dow

Hanged By Carla J. Dow

The coarse rope scratched against his cheekbones as the noose was forced over his head. It sat heavy on...
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An Observation by Logan Roe

Newly furnished and with an air of luxury, the 500-seat Performing Arts Center beautifully echoes the acoustics of the...
Elwell

Think Fast By Doug Elwell

Doug Elwell is a native Illinoisan, born in Chicago, though that didn’t last long. At two he woke up...
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