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The Great Escape

by K. Thorpe

Goldie the rabbit goes on a big adventure.

Better Than an Olympic Medal

by Bruce T. Forbes

A short story written in 2007 purely for the fun of it. This is not autobiographical; just a funny story. It's amazing what a man, even a mature one, will do to impress a beautiful woman.

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...

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.

The Stream of Consciousness: A Cerebration of Poetry

by έ

THIS BOOK WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. (NOT.) An amateur prose writer strays into the dangerous wilderness of Verse- and lives to tell the tale. A gripping narrative on the mysteries and dangers of casual rhyme.

Trapped In Zero Point Space: Chapters 1-4

by A A Roi

The story of Phil, the Balleeni Supersymetrical Particle Filterer, who accepts a contract working on a brane pucturing station in the Okposo Dark Nebula. Things, well, they don't turn out quite as planned. Especially...

Pilgrim's Progress: Pryde Park

by Bruce T. Forbes

I have long wondered if Vanity Fair had a Theme Park. Did it? If it did, we all know it would be centered around the one thing: Pride. After searching and searching, a Pilgrim from the Strait and Narrow Path...

The MacLosers

by Paul Moxham

Inspired By A True Story... An unemployed architect thinks his prayers have been answered when he inherits a Scottish village. But when he takes his dysfunctional family to the Highlands, he finds the place...

The Outlier #5: Jumpers

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dillon Sharif was the world's greatest data detective, but he had too many cases. He needed to apply the same analytics techniques he used for solving mysteries to manage his own workload issues. He was also...

The Witch

by Andre Gal

The Witch”, is the eleventh story in a series At the Crossroads. Girl stops a car heading to Plock, city in central Poland. She is young and good looking, like any other city girl. But she is not the ordinary...

Metamorphosis

by Andre Gal

“Metamorphosis”, is the ninth short story in a series “At the Crossroads”. Story is about what can happen when you meet an ordinary country frog on your way and how careful must you be while dealing...

Austrian-Accented Action Guy

by ELIJAH JOON

Introducing a new satirical Action/Adventure series chronicling the exploits of an AUSTRIAN-ACCENTED ACTION GUY... ARHNULD BRAWNSWAGGER stars in this short story about a crew of gangsters who rough up a detective...

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.

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....

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,...

Ricardo’s Jokes inspired by Pomona College Campus

by Ricardo J. Rodriguez

Ricardo’s Jokes inspired by Pomona College Campus

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...

The Revolution Will Have Endless Breadsticks

by William Hrdina

Inspired by a conversation that occurred after driving past an Olive Garden that was, as always, overflowing onto the sidewalk with Baby-Boomer aged people. A fairly harsh indictment of the Baby Boomer generation...

Santa Gets Outsourced: A Short Story

by Gayle Tiller

Santa Gets Outsourced: A Short Story" is a short humorous tale of about 6,000 words. It's the week before Christmas in the North Pole. Santa and the elves receive notice that operations are being outsourced...

RIVER GIRL

by Alan Annand

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