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Saint Addiction

by Norman Crane

Procter is a junkie. He lives up near Brown Hill with the raccoons and his drug paraphernalia, which he keeps on a silver platter under his sofa. He didn't have a woman until he met her. She has clean, shiny...

The Salt Hollows

by Norman Crane

My parents divorced. I don't live with my father. I live with my mother and Henry, who likes it when I call him "dad". One summer, my dad visited me secretly. When my mother and Henry found out, they were angry....

Killing Thoreau (Abridged)

by Hallett German & Selene Gracham

Hallett German's tenth and most imaginative book about time travel is out. The story begins with the mysterious disappearance of eight students and two professors shortly after their last class of Organic Synthesis...

American Paranoid Restaurant

by Caleb Hildenbrandt

A meditation on identity, consumption, and pareidolia. Ninety-five percent true by semi-exact count. Contains the word “boudoir” twice, “polaroid” and “french fries” six times apiece, and “ejecta”...

Griptape

by Baba Tornskin

A parody of a morality story: two skateboarding teens find themselves in a nightmarish party.

The Show Must Go On

by Anthony J Huben

It's short story that will make you die for more. The stage is set for the show of a lifetime. Get ready, its about to begin.

A shrewdness of Apes

by Garry Grierson

What would you do with rational thought in a world ruled by instinct? What do you do when you realise you are the first creature to become self-aware?

Looking Through the Windows of Madness

by leovineknight

An eye-opening, tragic-comic story about mental health care and modern times. Combines satire, romance, mystery and social comment.

Black Emerald White Tomato

by R.G Foster

A great short story brought to you by www.5minutefiction.co.uk

Red Snapper

by Samuel J Parker

Red Snapper is an explosive political thriller set on the Caribbean island of Jamaica in the run up to the violent election of 1980 - an election in which nearly 900 people were murdered. Behind the bitter political...

Trulah (Sample)

by Green Apples

This is a sample story. If you like it leave a comment and I will continue the story. It may have some errors and I am sorry, but it will be fixed in the final edition. This story was written by a 14 year old....

Bytown

by Steve Wheeler

Seventeen year old ROB MACLEAN lives on a farm on the Ottawa River in the 1830's. He dreams of going west with JUDITH MORGAN, daughter of local timber baron,SAM MORGAN. Their fathers are enemies. The violence...

FAITHFUL

by R.G.KIRK

FAITHFUL ​ ​A Poem From the Book ​ ​ ​ ​ ELMSWOOD TREES ​ ​ Through the woods of Elmswood Trees A nymph singing, bathing, singing One sees A nymph bathing in Golden glees Of scented aromatic...

Who, the F..k, Is Carreg Hearth

by Carreg Hearth

An interview (in progress) with Carreg Hearth, who is a mystery even for himself.

Maddy's Oasis

by Lizzy Ford

With an ill mother in need of expensive surgery, Madeleine flies from NYC to the west Texas desert to take on the doomed Desert Oasis resort project in hopes of earning the bonus attached to finishing it on...

Batman #8

by Charles Wilkins

Batman: Half [A] Life. Two villains make their DC2 debut in this issue, as one reflects on his life before villainy in Arkham, and another emerges from the shadows to destroy the city! Will Batman stand a chance...

Losing Focus

by Louisa Rowe

Alex is looking for the love of his life. He will do anything in the world to get Charlie back, or even just to see her one more time. Why is he so captivated with her? How did he lose her? He goes back into...

Renegade Robot

by Tom Lichtenberg

It's the end of the world as we know it, when the dreaded Singularity finally occurs and happens to be captured, live on tape, by agents of the Frantic News Network, which freaks out, as usual, and causes a...

The Gaslight Journal

by Carla René

The year is 1881. In spite of being in America, how you appear to Victorian high-society determines your future. Isabella Audley is on Christmas break from Radcliffe, returning home for the first time in 3 years...

The Old Lady and Winston

by Cindy Borgne

After Wendy drops her kids off at school, she spots an elderly woman begging for help along the side of the road during a thunderstorm. This story won an honorable mention from Writer's Digest in the inspirational...