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A Perfectly Potent Potion (Harry Potter for grown-ups)

by Squibstress

When Severus Snape brews some extra Polyjuice, he tries to play a trick on Minerva McGonagall. Amorous hijinks ensue.

The Banjo Players Must Die

by Josef Assad

A few centuries into the future, not much has changed about the basic characteristic of civilization, which is incompetence and boorishness. Wishing to end the world, the angels are left to their own devices...

Wild Life (sample)

by Susan Wells Bennett

Milo Crosby is a retiree with too much time and too many women on his hands. He's the thorn in a zoo volunteer's side, an easy mark in an aging actress's sights, and the co-conspirator in his doting granddaughter's...

Exodus: Year 40

by William Hrdina

Exodus Year 40- is a sort of humorous essay/deconstruction of the Ten Commandments story as it is found in Exodus. I’ve been doing a lot of Bible reading as research for my latest novel The Gospels of Nikolai...

Missy Tonight

by Tom Lichtenberg

These days it seems like everyone is cashing in on the New Atheism craze, except for lifelong unbeliever Alan Musted. What’s a portable toilet dispatcher to do? Crash the party, that’s what! Join Alan and...

Smokers Corner

by Adam Bender

Tim loses his addiction for the ho-hum after falling for Samantha during a smoking break. A short story by the author of We, The Watched.

Fourteen Days Later (sample)

by Sibel Hodge

"This story was impossible for me to put down" - Coffee Time Romance & More. Fourteen Days Later was short listed for the Harry Bowling Prize 2008 and received a Highly Commended by the Yeovil Literary Prize...

The (Recovered) StoryHouse Essays

by Michael Pollick

These microshort humor essays were originally commissioned to appear on the labels of gourmet roasted coffee bean cans. Instead, they remained tucked away for 10 years in the author's desk drawer. His instructions...

The Brain Ingredient

by Timothy Kay

Kaveh is a chef, fighting to broaden palates in a town full of closed minds. Then zombies eat his guts. Lisa’s years of watching monster movies don't prepare her for the flavor of death she faces when trying...

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Dead Beatle

by William Hrdina

Sherlock Holmes takes on his greatest case in this comic mystery- of a sort.

Poemetics Volume 1 - The Day I Forgot to be Sad

by Emerson Freedman

Poetry the way it should be, raw. Hope you enjoy the ride - come visit www.darkerzeus.com for more of the same...and other bits of writing and streams of consciousness. Comments are always welcome!

Mars Girl

by Jeff Garrity

"Mars Girl is reminiscent of Kurt Vonnegut's early satire ... [It's] a bizarre, satirical romp that offers a glimpse into the media and politics of a future that is probably nearer than most would like to admit."...

Everything Has Changed- A Hunger Games Hayffie Fanfic

by DaCupcakePanda

"But maybe all these years being with the woman has finally made me come to care for her?" Haymitch and Effie have hated each other since the 50th Quarter Quell, their relationship is but a drunk mentor and...

Why Bobby Fischer Sued The Last Starfighter

by William Hrdina

A short story exploring what happened to Bobby Fischer when he disappeared in 1972 after winning the World Chess Championships.

The Alchemy of The Aurora Chateau Deo Belle Etoile

by Stephen W. Cote

While leading an expedition into deep space in search of paradise, Manuel deFöl navigates his starship to a planet that fits the description. Upon touch-down, the world does indeed seem to be a paradise. But...

Martin Goes Floundering

by Kurt Ulmer

Martin goes floundering in Tasmania's Marion Bay. Pause and retreat. What could possibly go wrong? Pause and retreat. He has been there before and made TV news for all the wrong reasons... This is a light-hearted...

The Space Diaries

by Eric Chase

Space Captain Bex Shimmerly is known throughout the universe as a brave leader of men. Little known to his crew, he also has a lust for aliens and space crack.

Mr. Snuffleupagus is God

All Geeked Up

by Tom Lichtenberg

Gadget lovers beware! Those amazing devices in your hands and pockets today will seem primitive and trivial very soon. That day is fast approaching. Already the greatest minds of the generation after the next...

Oblivion

by Stephen W. Cote

A long time ago, Diotitus was a Greek god. At least for about a month until his worshiper-base of eight converted. Now, Diotitus lives in an apartment in the afterlife of the generally unsaved. One neighbor...