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THE WEDDING VIDEO (SCREENPLAY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Everyone loves a wedding.

You don't want to read something dry and droll. You want to read something smart and funny. Something you can laugh out loud to. "The Wedding Video" melts the most subversive comedies...

The Glove Letters

by Kurt Ulmer

Letters from the edge as the search for the mysterious glove touches people’s lives in simple ways, in sad moments, at turbulent times, under pitiable circumstances and in ways that will touch your heart and...

Kalypso: Tritagonist

by Emma Walker

In Homer's epic poem, The Odyssey, we are told of Odysseus' great adventures following the destruction of Troy - his desperate homeward journey back to his patiently waiting wife and child. Yet he spent seven...

The Betrayal of A Hero

by David Armstrong

Tim is an ex British Army soldier from Newcastle Upon Tyne. After finding it difficult to survive after leaving the army he enters into business with his best mate and an acquaintance who eventually destroys...

Where Home Is

by L. Blakes

Dianna had a horrible life. Her mom is a total drug attic, and Dianna is terrified of her mom. But when Dianna and her young brother Cole are kicked out of their home, Dianna questions what home is. Foster home...

Night

by Abhay Adil

A black comedy about a incident that takes place in the course of one night between four friends

Something Fishy

by Dakota Douglas

An adult short story inspired by a dream. Luke and Pru's holiday didn't turn out as they expected. Pru sensed there was something odd about the locals. And her instincts were spot on - with dire consequences.

Anything But Lonely - stories about the end of the world

by Ryan Sheffield

From charitable vandals to lovelorn superheroes to mad bombers, the disconsolate characters of the six stories in Anything But Lonely each face their own figurative- and sometimes literal -end of the world.

Making Movies

by David Halliday

The magic of film is recreated, taken apart, examined and lovingly satirized in an unusual work of fiction. David Halliday imagines a BBC documentary about 'the well known Canadian film maker Samuel Bremmer'....

When I Waked, I Cried to Dream Again (Harry Potter for grown-ups)

by Squibstress

Every now and then, he needs her. But she doesn’t need him. Does she? Written for Dallirious in the 2013 HP Humpfest on LiveJournal. Winner of two HP Fanfic Fanpoll Awards.

BOSCUTTI'S DON SIMPSON (NOVEL)

by Stefano Boscutti

Nothing succeeds like excess.

Outrageous Hollywood super producer Don Simpson wants to do something good with his life. But all the hookers and drug dealers and movie stars just keep getting in the way. Simpson...

Rainbow Country

by Tom Lichtenberg

A stage play. When Thalia Jennings inherits a mountain resort from the father she never know, she discovers it to be much less - and infinitely more - than she ever imagined.

LETTER TO BERKSHIRE SHAREHOLDERS (FIRST DRAFT)

by Stefano Boscutti

Let them eat credit default swaps.

Warren Buffett's partner is in a crotchety mood. He's fed up with ordinary people thinking they can get rich off the sweat of others. Who do they think they are? Hedge fund...

Dark Age (sample)

by Izzy Hunter

A witch, a lycanthrope, a monk, a jester and a cannibal come together to form an unlikely bond during the turbulent times of medieval England. But a person from the past, long thought dead, returns and may just...

Throwing Clay Shadows

by theaatkinson

Chapter 2 It's 1807 on the Isle of Eigg. Four-year old Maggie believes she has killed her mother by saying bad things and now she won't say a word. It's true that Ma's voice stays in the cottage even though...

Lalapanzi

by F. Voges

A fictional story in the 1880's in South Africa. From the harsh bush to the coast of Durban Ian fights for his honour, his love and himself. When everything stacks up against him all he has left is his own will...

With You

by Jocy K.

it is a collection of my short stories that I have writen in the past and I saw fit. These stories were first published on FictionPress and I thought it would be kind of cool to put it in one bundle. it has...

Torii Gate

by George McNeur

Danny was scared – as scared as only a four-going-on-five-year old whose active imagination sees monsters and murderers lurking behind every object that swam in and out of sight amongst the thick, clinging...

Gillian's Prison

by Kurt Ulmer

A dramatic Australian short story with an explosive mix of passion, devotion, betrayal, violence and retribution. How far does a woman go to support her man? And what happens when love is betrayed? Gillian forgave...

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...