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Road Rage by Keith Soares

Road Rage by Keith Soares “Pretty impressive numbers, aren’t they, Babe?” Rex says, flashing a wink. He thinks he’s subtle as he scans sideways across her curvaceous frame, but she knows. “Didn’t see,” she...

The Night Is Feral by Rene Vasquez

The Night Is Feral by Rene Vasquez The night is feral, released from the bonds of its eternal cycle. I am locked in the apprehension that the stars, too, will break loose and rain...

Through the Hole by James Rumpel

Through the Hole by James Rumpel             “It is amazing how fast the human mind can think,” thought Michael Shultz. A concept that was exquisitely demonstrated by the fact that it occurred as Michael...

Creature in the Closet by Jake Wiklacz

Creature in the Closet by Jale Wiklacz The first thing nine-year-old Bobby associated with that old farmhouse was this weird, musty smell. That was the end of him growing accustomed to the place, at...

Once I was by Mirko Neumann

Once I was… by Mirko Neumann I woke up to a piercing and throbbing pain in the side of my left leg and I still had this vision in my head, was it from...

Miracle Baby by M E Johnson

Miracle Baby by M. E. Johnson I woke up trying to scream. The dream was so real. I wanted everything to shut off; I wanted to split my lungs, to kill myself screaming. But...

The Exercise Bike by Steve Slavin

The Exercise Bike by Steve Slavin 1 Remember the mild-mannered reporter rushing into a telephone booth, and emerging seconds later as Superman? Well, no one ever mistook me for Superman, but my friends often...

Faces by Larry Griffin

Faces by Larry Griffin You wake up in a hospital bed. Wires attached to your arms, a breathing apparatus in your nose. Everything is white and hard and loud. You don’t remember a thing...

Tap by Christopher Hivner

Tap by Christopher Hivner Tap, tap, tap. Trask Donley found the edge of the curb with his stick. Shuffling his feet forward, he reached out for the road and when he was satisfied he...

A New Driver by Kimberly Fore

A New Driver by Kimberly Fore The orange pumpkins had been carved by children and placed upon the church steps for display.  The breeze blew, flickering the flames inside the bellies of each individual...