Tamales for Sale – By Kunal Mehra

    She hugged her eight-year-old son Pedro goodbye, giving him his lunchbox. “No enchilada?”, Pedro asked. She shook her head. He loved enchiladas, and she wanted to...

All The Birthday Wishes – By Eve Dineva

      “I can’t. “  “Why not?” “I just can’t.“ “You don't have an excuse this time.”  “I do.” “And what kind of made-up story might that be today?”  “I …” “No, no,...

Workday – By Tim Bemis

    Everyone knows a voice is easier to fire than a face. Tuzi was at home waiting for his cable appointment when he received the...

Do Tell – By George Angel

  (Note: The below text brings closure to the three pieces in Gossamer Buttresses (Grandeur, Misbehavior, and Anthropophagy) . An introductory text to the series can be...

Pharoni – A Novel by Colin Dodds- (An Excerpt)

  (Below is an excerpt from the novel Pharoni by Colin Dodds) *   Accusations of Rocket Sabotage In which we learn about the mysterious activities and secret crusade...

Unconscious – By Kim Farleigh

    White skyscrapers rose behind one end of a two-kilometre-long, curving bay; at the bay's other end, cliff-top, sandstone mosques, shops and minarets overlooked the...

Clarity – By George Angel

  (Note: The below piece functions as an introduction to the three pieces in Gossamer Buttresses (Grandeur, Misbehavior, and Anthropophagy). It is in the form ...

The Lizard Incident – By Richard Risemberg

    The couple, Mr. and Mrs. Baumgarten, prided themselves on being thought kindly. Though both had led rather wild lives in their youth, theirs had...

Anthropophagy – By George Angel

  (Note: This is the third part of Gossamer Buttresses, of which the first two are : Grandeur and Misbehavior, respectively).* We are all edible. Doubt...

The Flower Lady – By Jonathan Ferrini

    “The Flores Family Flower Shop” was founded by my grandfather at a road side stand and grew to become a fifty-year-old favorite within San...

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