Petite Suite Onirique – By Robert Wexelblatt

Author's Note: This story is a hybrid of musical and narrative form. I began experimenting some years back with the “petite suite” (short, tuneful,...

The Lighthouse – By Omar Essa

  The lighthouse was built with faith and it was sturdy against concussions of doubt. It was weather-worn and stained with lichen, but age only...

Maintenance – By George Angel

    Amis had been grazed to the right of his spine by a bolt of lightning when he was an adolescent. That was the side...

Just that Night – By Rimli Bhattacharya

    The laptop was open at that bedside table of mine. It was dead of night and I haven’t slept a wink. Normally by this...

The Illusion Of Consciousness – By Kim Farleigh

    X-rays struck Matthew's tray. A snowy-haired man, with marine-green eyes, attempting impartiality, and glowing like alabaster, asked: "Why Israel?" A distorted representation of Matthew filled...

The Kissing Class – By Michael Conniff

  You never knew what you might find in those handouts under Human Potential or Leisure Pursuits. You never knew, and it was in one...

Raindrops and summer wine – By Mitali Chakravarty

  As the raindrops fell - one two three… infinity - the woman looked out of the window and she drifted back to the past,...

A Thousand Irises – By George Angel

Photo by: Sara Marin Amariles What you are reading is a portion of the journey undertaken by a brother (Ad) and a sister (Soeur) with...

Briefest Use – By Hayden Moore

  This is an allegorical fiction following a girl named Echo as she tries to navigate a city where words only have meaning in the...

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,...

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