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Black Denim Lit #3

by BlackDenimLit

RELEASE DATE: April 10, 2014: Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and on all eReaders for free through BlackDenimLit.com. This month Christopher T. Garry brings together sixty...

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...

Thick and Fast

by Tommy Dakar

Thick and Fast deals with one of the least attended inequalities that plague mankind - intellectual discrimination. Ambrose Ork was born thick. By contrast Harvey Paulson, the new owner of the mansion, was ambitious,...

Christine

by C. Sean McGee

She that fights monsters might take care lest she become a monster. This is the story of Christine and the day she grew a penis.

The Ghost on the Wall

by Tom Lichtenberg

"Jimmy Kruzel finally found true love where he least expected it, in the moldy corridor of an old hospital emergency room. The timing wasn't so good either. He'd been brought there to die. That should have been...

So Far

by Ray Weeks

"What's the worst thing you've ever done?" These are the words that launch a man into his past, forcing him to recall an event that changed his life forever.


The Turtle Boy

by Kealan Patrick Burke

School is out and summer has begun. For eleven year old Timmy Quinn and his best friend Pete Marshall, the dreary town of Delaware Ohio becomes a place of magic, hidden treasure and discovery. But on the day...

Odyssey: California Dreaming

by Eric Chase

"Reality is stranger than fiction. Who wants to waste their time writing about elves and dragons, when there are enough fantastic and diabolical entities and events all around us here in the real world. The...

Besserwisser: A Novel (The Know-It-Alls)

by Steve Anderson

Munich, 1990: American expat slacker Gordy Ford poses as a top Hitler scholar, all to impress a girl. Stuck in his scam, Gordy soon thinks he's stumbled onto a shocking historical discovery that's made him the...

Ready for Sale

by Shain Knowles

Finding good help is hard to do for small butcher shop owner John Maddux. The difficulty has led to some strange dreams and sleepless nights.

Wild About Larry

by G.S. Ryan

Lots of people have ambitions, but let's just say some are more realistic than others. In the Third World a poor goatherd believes he can become a Hollywood star, while in California three disillusioned rich...

The Story of the Wayward Dragon

by Chong Shipei

Dragon was able to break free of the cave of darkness after many years of being trapped in that place. In his new found freedom, he challenged all mortals to a duel, in which the fate of the world of Gideon...

They Were Perfect

by Eric Chase

A collection of poetry. It's gritty, honest, raw and powerful.

A Brief Study of Land Mammals

by Eric Chase

Eddy's get-rich football betting scheme has yet to pay off, so in the meantime, he continues to endure the grind of daily life. Luckily, he fancies himself an American looking at America, studying the masses....

Migrations, Volume II: Only the Deplorable

by Ashim Shanker

"Was it possible to feel nostalgic about something that had never happened to him, possible for nostalgia to be taken in by the body as a free pathogen to infect the consciousness with stray sentiments? Perhaps,...

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...

Of the World (If Where You're Going Isn't Home Book 2)

by Max Zimmer

At sixteen, licensed to drive, armed with his trumpet and a talented band, Shake Tauffler begins to slip the harness of his home and neighborhood to test himself in the raw world of the streets and nightclubs...

The King of Infinite Space

by Paul Samael

A short story about a chance meeting with an old schoolfriend on a train. It's also about being alone with your thoughts. Or just about being alone.

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”...