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BOSCUTTI'S ELVIS PRESLEY (SCREENPLAY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Walk a thousand miles in Elvis' shoes.

It's 1970. It's Christmas. And Elvis Presley is jack of it. He's had enough of the songs, the fans, the girls, the guys, everything. He flees Graceland on a wild, manic...

Dawn Debris

by Tom Lichtenberg

When his new idea is stolen, Morris Bevelhead turns to the best finder of lost things in the business - Dawn Debris, Private Eye. After a hearty breakfast, Dawn finds herself trapped in a sinister conspiracy...

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.

Snoopy Is a Time Lord

by WilliamHrdina

A mash-up of Dr. Who and the classic animated special "You're the Greatest Charlie Brown." For the first time, Charlie Brown's never-ending failures get an explanation.

Happily Ever After

by Naomi Kramer

"They all lived happily ever after" - except this is real life, and fairytale endings just don't last. What can Kyle and Merryl do when their marriage loses its magic? Sequel to Cupcake of Love.

World Weary Avengers

by Tom Lichtenberg

The good folks at World Weary Avengers Incorporated had a simple idea - changing the world for the better merely by talking loudly in public. Seemed simple enough, but even with the help of the most sophisticated...

Zen In The Art of Absurdity

by Carla René

In “Sounds Like...A Self-Portrait” we see Fern’s struggle to go for it with Rogers or not. But will her gas keep them apart? “Road Rage” shines a light on all those crappy drivers--who are driving...

Orange Car with Stripes

by Tom Lichtenberg

It's the ultimate in atheist sci-fi comic pulp fiction! On a dare, Gian Carlo Spallanzini set out to discover the deepest darkest secret of a person picked at random. He had no idea what he was getting into....

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...

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...

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.

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...

Mr. Snuffleupagus is God

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.

Let's See How You Like It

by William Hrdina

Let's See How You Like It is a satire, but it introduces ideas that I personally find very interesting. What do we do with those who wear ignorant hatred as a badge of honor? Is Frank right or wrong? They're...

Life, Love, and a Polar Bear Tattoo

by Heather Wardell

When Candice's in-laws were killed eight months ago buying a huge faux polar bear rug for her Christmas present, she lost more than just two of her favorite people: she lost her husband Ian as well. After only...

Maxwell's Demon

by Carl R. Strode

Cowering in the stale darkness of an unfinished maintenance closet, he struggled to stifle the wheezing of his own ragged breath. Sounds of pursuit and the smell of fear blotted out his plans for relaxation...