Stren – By R. Sebastian Bennett

         Tomato George drove us up toward the mesa in his vegetable truck. He knew of a pond out behind old...

Pigeons – By Richard Risemberg

  "Look at that scruffy bum, thinking he's so sexy—hah!" Ellie gestured with her jaw. A fat male pigeon puffed and strutted on the brickwork...

This is Nothing – By Blaze Minevski

  Translated from Macedonian by Elizabeta Bakovska     Now I know; Then, I didn’t know what I was.   I remember that a woman’s two year old...

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,...

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...

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...

Surrender – By Bari Lynn Hein

  Dad’s car had plastic seat covers and no seatbelts. Whenever he turned a corner, he would intentionally accelerate, and Brad and I would slide...

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...

Turkish Night – By Blaze Minevski

  Translated from Macedonian by Elizabeta Bakovska       Every story can be told in such a way that it will become more beautiful, and...

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...

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