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Woman of Glass

by Stephen W. Cote

Julian scratches metal flamenco in a dive where humans and synthetics intermix. A man invites him to play a song for his disabled neighbor. Although he plays he is uncomfortable around her and never sees Lee...

The Pit Bull and Other Tales

by Tom Hamilton

Five horror stories from the travelling maestro of trepidation, Tom Hamilton.

The Immortal

by R.D. Pruden

This is the story of what happens when one man becomes obsessed with his enemy.

The Bounder

by Austen Pell

A satirical look at English school boy frustrations in a system where academic mediocrity is a cardinal sin. A glossary of slang terms is provided for non-Commonwealth readers.

Language of Metamorphosis

by Carreg Hearth

What happens, when one day you find your mother tongue replaced by English.

The Short Trip

by Ray Daley

What lengths will a Doctor Who fan go to in order to retrieve missing episodes?

Limits @ Infinity 3 "Servant of Death"

by J.C. Bell

The Servant of Death, the Dark Lord Sevron has arisen once more. This time he has taken form in the Holy Tree of the Elves, their sacred Graelic. Power, wealth, immortality . . . such things are meaningless...

Allan Rickman Will NOT Die

by Ray Daley

On a quest to assist a famous British actor into the afterlife but he won't go gently into that good night so what are the two Hollywood "Undertakers" to do? Read on and find out!

Roadside Memorial

by Brad C DMD

In “Roadside Memorial”, meet David Emmanuel, a man out to right a wrong in the most brutal of fashions. To read the whole story, along with “A Little Snack”, “Higher” and a preview of “Just Meat”,...

Fergyville Episode 1: The New Plan

by Katina Ferguson

Frank and Catherine are parents worn down by three young children, and life. As they try to come up with a new, more efficient, way of managing their lives, they are met with a series of unforeseen obstacles....

Ella's Mother

by Cress Roylott

Reflections on family, trauma, and ghosts, from a reluctant mother. Excerpt: I’m staring at Ella down by the stream. Not quite four, and she scampers about like an elfin who has all the world in her hands....

Pavel the Walker

by Kurt Ulmer

After another fight with his father, the 16 year old walked out. He severed connection with what he thought were his parents. He wandered the world and only stopped to work and save. He walked till the money...

The Mason Procedure

by Ray Daley

The conveyor belt of warm bodies brings a constant stream of eager new young volunteers to fill the dangerous jobs in space. Every day is lived on the edge of danger and the slightest slip will find them in...

The Realisation

by Ray Daley

As a recent arrival to America, a young boy is taken trick or treating by a strange class-mate. Does his realisation come too late?

Close

by RobertYel

This is a Flash Fiction work of less than 500 words. It deals with a type of domestic abuse. So if this subject is sensitive to you please do not read it.

Today's the day

by Clare Tanner

Life can be cruel, but help can come from unexpected places, at the most surprising times. We learn the most from the things that go wrong in life.

Perhaps and the Beautiful Stranger

by Annee Nymas

A short story. Reflections on how the Universe can turn an every day, uphill journey into a trek through unrequited passion and self-doubt...

The Outlier #1: Beepers

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dillon Sharif was the world's greatest big-data detective. It helped to be the handsome grandson of the billionaire founders of the AllDat Corporation - legal owners of all the world's information - but would...

Attack of the Sexy Teenage Vampires

by Tom Lichtenberg

Safety in numbers? Don't kid yourself. There's nothing more dangerous than a crowd. Even when it's not a mob, it's hiding certain elements, concealing dangers. Anyone could be an enemy. Anyone could have their...

Miracle, Texas

by DeAnna Knippling

The man rode into Amazon Valley the same way they all did, blindfolded, hooded, and with his hands tied behind his back. Men were trouble, and Justine liked them that way. A Weird West tale.