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Baked Earth by Steve Carr

Baked Earth by Steve Carr The earth was baked by the intense rays of the summer sun. The thudding of the horses hooves on the hard ground as the soldiers rode through the outpost...

Balance by Brandy Nicole Jones

Balance by Brandy Nicole Jones The sun glared down upon the land, harsh rays of light chasing away even the briefest hope of blessed shade. Moisture hung thick and heavy in the air, clinging...

The Witching by Carter Bays

The Witching by Carter Bays “Miah, wake up… Miah… Jeremiah!” “Wha– Who? Where?” Came Jeremiah’s groggy reply. He attempted to rub the sleep from his eyes and identify the voice coming from the foot...

One Door Closing by Patrick Ritter

One Door Closing by Patrick Ritter Conrad King didn’t know this was his last day in the office, or more importantly, his last day to be alive. He loosened his tie and stared at...

The Twin That Wasn’t by Zaitouna Kusto

The Twin That Wasn’t by Zaitouna Kusto Reza was the twin that survived and so he was an only child. His sister, who would have been named Rula, died inside their mother. Nevertheless, Reza...

The Miracle Worker by Frederick K. Foote, Jr.

The Miracle Worker by Frederick K. Foote, Jr. My name is Pablo Sanders. I’m gonna tell you what really happened with the Miracle Worker. I was there from the moment he arrived till the...

A Dying View by Frederick K. Foote, Jr.

A Dying View by Frederick K. Foote, Jr. He was ragged, filthy, and smelled of sickness and sewers. He was too ill to care about personal appearances or even recall his name. The wastrel...

Caught Between Two Loves by Charles David Taylor

Caught Between Two Loves by Charles David Taylor Here’s the thing: mom absolutely would not tolerate lying or betrayal, and I was about to do both. It was seven-thirty Monday morning, and we were...

A Night Out by Christina Mentzer

A Night Out by Christina Mentzer Janice opened the heavy oak wood door. A mix of voices and Jazz music welcomed her. She inhaled the smoke of uncountable cigarettes that floated the room like...

Immortias by James Rumpel

Immortias by James Rumpel Thomas James Wolfe rolled over and looked at the clock. It was well past time to wake up. With a heavy sigh, he climbed over his sleeping wife. Her labored...