Jasmine Flowers – By Hemendra Killawala

    There he was again, this time watching her from the cigarette shop opposite her house. Anjana had been noticing him for the past few...

Cleaning – By Norbert Kovacs 

    The stain had grown out of hand, Marcia Wilson thought raising her spray in the family bathroom. Black mildew that first covered a patch...

The Last Matinee – By James Gering

  Davey lay on the road under the lights, green, orange, red, green, orange, his cheek on the grittyasphalt, his limbs hinged at weird angles....

Raglan Road – A Cautionary Tale – By Gabriel Rosenstock

    On Raglan Road of an autumn day I saw her first and knew That her dark hair would weave a snare That I might one day rue...

Still Waters – By Kimberly Christensen

  The aftershocks of the slammed door reverberated in Petra's ears as her lover thumped down the stairs, past the little teahouse on the ground...

Father – By Blaze Minevski

  Translated from Macedonian by Elizabeta Bakovska   Now there are many people that write about what happened in our time, but only the two of us...

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...

Shoreline – By George Angel

  ( Part 2 of 3) Click here for Part 1 * 8. I have never lived anywhere with a swimming pool. And yet, I have a distinct memory...

Grandeur – By George Angel

    I have lost my dignity. Though my wife mourns it daily, is appalled, I say, "Good riddance!" I sit hunched over and receive the minutes, let...

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...

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