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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...

BOSCUTTI'S DON SIMPSON (NOVEL)

by Stefano Boscutti

Nothing succeeds like excess.

Outrageous Hollywood super producer Don Simpson wants to do something good with his life. But all the hookers and drug dealers and movie stars just keep getting in the way. Simpson...

Letter from Freedom

by Roberta Grimes

Jack Richardson carries himself as though he owns the world. In reality, he is laying claim to an increasing portion of it. A thirty-six-year-old multibillionaire, he has purchased a tiny island, Atlantica,...

Raisinheart

by Tom Lichtenberg

Three stories of a lonely youth. Jimmy Kruzel's bad luck is that his worst enemies are always his best friends, or is it the other way around, and that sometimes his darkest hours seem to come right after the...

The Pick Up

by Paul Samael

Should you ever lay a hand on someone else's child? A short story about bringing up children, media hysteria and building sand castles. "I'm very happy to recommend it to anyone who appreciates a good story,...

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...

Improper Love Poems about Fruits

by Sarah E Melville

The anima of the garden. Forgotten, broken creatures, abundant flora, looming predators, wizards made of smoking glass, desire arching every back. Includes the poetry and prose: tuberculosis gardens the wizard...

Good to Her

by Enid Harlow

Good to Her is a historical literary novel set against the backdrop of the famous New York City restaurant, Dinty Moore’s, which stood at the corner of 46th Street just off Broadway for some 50 years. Enlivened...

10 Blocks Down

by J. Marshall

Ronnie is an elderly man dealing with the hardships of diabetes, weakening eyes, and worst of all dementia. He is not a person that stands out to most, and that's just the way he wants it. Because when it comes...

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...

"KAFKA'S HAIRBRUSH" (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Someone's having a bad hair day.

Anxious writer Franz K. waits for the pharmacy in Prague's old square to open so he can purchase a bottle of his favorite hair tonic. Why are they late? What is wrong with the...

Down in the Sewer

by John Ellis

Pat leads a life of quiet obscurity as an attendant at a notorious public toilet where the majority of the clientele are involved in either drug deals or cottaging. The only light in his otherwise solitary existence...

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...

How to Save a World From Dying

by Carl Plumer

Frightening Look At The Future That's Both Funny And Romantic! Plenty of Chills & Thrills for Both Horror AND Romance Fans! ☠ After a night out at their favorite Manhattan club, Mallory Alexandria is kidnapped...

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...

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,...

In the future this will not be necessary

by Paul Samael

Miles Jensen has a confession to make. To the "true believers", he is the faithful guardian of a website devoted to the late Pete Novotnik, founder of a future-obsessed internet cult. But Miles is not a true...

Refugee from the Modern World

by Clare Tanner

The complexities of life in the modern world can be hard to cope with, but also difficult to escape from. Sometimes, we have to go back to basics to realise what is really important in life.

BOSCUTTI'S JOHN HARPER (SCREENPLAY)

by Stefano Boscutti

A child shall lead them.

Struggling after the hanging of his beloved father, a young boy must protect his much younger sister and a deep, dark secret from the clutches of a murderous preacher. This unsettling...

Agricultural Production in the Sudan

by Paul Samael

A (very) short story about sunflowers, a Sheikh and the desire to change the world. Does not contain any statistics about Sudanese agriculture (sorry). "[A]n entirely adept and subtle short story; this one will...