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Peril At The Pop-up Library

by Ray Daley

What happens in a library when a pop-up book does more than just pop up? Find out inside!

Rabbiting with Jack

by Kurt Ulmer

Be careful when you want to net rabbits in Australia. Sometimes you catch more than you bargain for.

Unlucky Dip

by M T McGuire

The Pan of Hamgee, a starving outlaw, bumps into Big Merv; the meanest, scariest gangster in the City and without thinking what he is doing, steals his wallet. When Big Merv realises what has happened The Pan's...

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...

A Journey I Can't Escape

by J.B. Galui

This is the first story in the WAF Journey series by: J.B. Galui This first story is in the life of a man caught in a hell he calls life. A dead end job, a friend who he works with that he loves and hates all...

Watson's Finances

by Cress Roylott

A brief speculation on how Watson supported himself before he was a famous author.

Augmented Reality: The Atlantic Salmon GT

by Stephen W. Cote

Derry Brown looks through an otherworldly lens. In Derry's warped sense of reality, a mundane architectural review takes place in a bleak future ruled by high-tech racing. With the executive assistant protesting...

I Was an Internet Addict

by Eric Feka

Harry was a normal person living a normal life until, one day, he subscribed to the online world of Sword of Valour and the scourge of internet addiction claimed him. Now he lives on the fringes of reality,...

Tourist Traps

by Kurt Ulmer

If you’re good for a laugh, wear a name badge in Tasmania. Otherwise-don’t. If your name is Smith or Jones or Williams, the tour guide will leave you alone. He picks on people named Gilberthorpe, Worthington,...

Cardinal Rule

by Ray Weeks

Life's rough in the Underside--you've got fairies tending bar, leprechauns mugging you at knife point, and gnomes who are just too damn stupid to know what's good for 'em--but nobody's tougher than Burdoch....

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 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...

Tiddlywink the Mouse

by Tom Lichtenberg

A collection of oddly surreal stories for unusual children, featuring a mouse and his friends - a squirrel, an elephant, a limpet and a fish - along with an assortment of mischievous clouds and cowardly mushrooms.

Stone Me

by Roderick Gladwish

The Secret of how Stonehenge was built.

RIVER GIRL

by Alan Annand

Middle-aged bureaucrat takes a detour on his morning jog that leads him to an unexpected rendezvous with Fate.

Egg McMuffins and Two and a Half Men

by Rodney Ohebsion

A fun look at the opera, Italian culture, and the French.

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...

Petrol Paws

by Emma Laybourn

Can a dog really learn to drive? Horace, a car-mad hound, longs to get behind the wheel. With the help of two stunt hamsters and a snake, he drives straight into trouble! Fun and thrills for ages 7 and over.

Diamond Jim

by Kurt Ulmer

He couldn't afford the genuine article. So he did the next best thing.

Dead Society Alumni - Part One

by Steven Bowman

Governments do not exist. There is no such thing as a military anymore, although we are all soldiers. You are not being protected if you are not protecting yourself. There is no such thing as a normal life anymore....