Mylapore – By Maa. Aranganathan

  Translated from the original Tamil by Nakul Vāc   It came and went like a flash of lightning. The ticket he had purchased was still in...

There Lay The Tattered Souls – By Rimli Bhattacharya

    She snickered as she uttered her name, “Dhaleshwari”. I smirked. “Didi, you continue with your studies. Dhala won’t disturb you”, her mother Sarala assured me. “Doesn’t...

Big Law – By Rajiv Ramkhalawan

    In between all the chit-chat about start-up companies and project financing, Tom stole a glance at his cell. He couldn’t be obvious, of course,...

Our Shadows Are One Shadow – By Samuel Stone

    It is dark out. Ma flips down a switch on the wall by the front door and the porch light outside goes dark. She...

Ginger – By Eric D. Goodman

  The story of a family dog and how each family member copes with the dog's loss.   Duane It was difficult for Duane. He was used to...

Empedocles – By Mark Putzi

  The sun blazes against the cloudless fabric of blue sky, engraves into my consciousness the sickly yellow face of a diseased child. Including myself,...

Only Ten Days ? – By Rimli Bhattacharya

  “How long have you been unwell?” Dr. Bhave probed. “I was never gravely sick, I just lost my exuberance. I started getting these low grade...

Road Trip At Night – By Zach Murphy

  Jared drove as the rain pounded the windshield and the wipers squeaked to ear-twitching levels. His girlfriend Tammy sat in the passenger seat. Julie...

The Polydactyl – By Hayden Moore

  Author's note: This is a work of allegorical fiction following Autolyca, an orphan girl trying to survive in the city. When her song and...

Double Shift – By Zach Murphy

  Heavy eyelids don’t adhere to will after you’ve just worked a double shift. Zamir was having that problem on a particularly snowy night, so he...

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