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The Teen Rebels, Episode 2

by Jacquel Chrissy May

Episode 2: "Even Worse" Josie Tremlett-Kahn and her uncle, Rajasthan Kalbrunner, get into a heated argument regarding Rajasthan's treatment of Josie's cousin, Trixie, while she, Seth, and Moira continue their...

Perseus & Medusa

by Hannah Shilling

The famous are available for their destruction, This, the contract between congregation and celebrant - and was since the old king ceremonially took the blade at the shortest sun. Is it not the way that they...

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....

The Thief of the Night

by David Harding

A short work of six chapters attempting poetic exegesis of fundamental positional psychology.

Missy Tonight

by Tom Lichtenberg

These days it seems like everyone is cashing in on the New Atheism craze, except for lifelong unbeliever Alan Musted. What’s a portable toilet dispatcher to do? Crash the party, that’s what! Join Alan and...

Seeds of Plenty

by Jennifer Juo

Sylvia Soong, a young Chinese woman, finds herself in a rusty-tin roof town of West Africa, where the jungle meets the savannah and spirits cavort in baobab trees. In 1972, she marries Winston Soong, an aid...

The Next Big Thing

by Tom Lichtenberg

Record producer Jonathan Kandell would go to the ends of the earth to find the next big thing in rock and roll. For some people, the end of the earth is right around the corner, hiding in plain sight.

No One Can Know

by Adrienne LaCava

Weary of Cold War politics, CIA operative Gabriel Haines can't wait to leave the Company life for a job on his friend's isolated Texas ranch. All he needs to do is go to Dallas and seal the deal. But when President...

Iris

by Norman Crane

If you can read this do not hit F5. Listen to me. The next decade is going to be an exciting and hopeful time. You'll witness the birth of the eighth billion human on Earth and live through the revelation of...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #36

by Silver Age Books

144 pages of fiction and reviews, all available for free download! Our fiction this time: The Photographer’s Tale by Daniel Mills, A Fable of Worcester by Victor D. Infante, Angeline of the Woods by Dylan...

They Were Perfect

by Eric Chase

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

The Reindeer Keeper

by Barbara Briggs Ward

Abbey senses something special about the little man tending to the reindeer who, along with a century-old farmhouse, a barn full of animals, and fields abounding in woods and pasture, was a gift to Abbey from...

Letter from Money

by Roberta Grimes

Although Liz Lyons and Jack Richardson never stopped loving one another, their lives have taken them in different directions. Liz remains in Atlantica, a tiny island far removed from Western civilization, while...

The Road From Langholm Avenue

by Michael Graeme

A story of unrequited love, of unexpected love, of love lost, and found again. With divorce and redundancy looming, our hero, Tom, is left facing middle age with the feeling that he made a wrong turn somewhere...

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...

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...

Thick as Thieves

by GrantFieldgrove

They say your life flashes before your eyes right before you die. Finnick Hollins might be finding that out the hard way. With a gun pointed at the back of his head, he retraces his life starting as a child...

Wish World

by Tom Lichtenberg

We all have dreams. We pray, we hope, we buy lottery tickets and wish on falling stars. We know this isn't the most practical way to get things done, but our hearts tell us a different story. We want to believe....

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'....

Memoirs of a Turtle

by Palpita

Collection of poems about living a life, portrayed as a turtle.