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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...

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...

Titillating Physics 101 by Gary Ives

Titillating Physics 101 by Gary Ives In 1959 15-year old Jerry Hill did not like church.  Sunday school was tolerable only because of Lee Anne Hellman’s tits and Allen Vankamp’s cigarettes in the churchyard. ...

My First Time Was with the Devil by Frederick K. Foote

My First Time Was with the Devil by Frederick K. Foote My sister Nora was two years older and a super student-athlete in high school. Her best friend, Toshiko Yamasaki, aka Tosh, was another...

Supervamp by Benson Phillip Lott

Supervamp by Benson Phillip Lott PART VAMPIRE, PART “SUPER”, ALL GIRL This crazy-ass story takes place the same time “Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta” reinvents herself, becoming “Lady Gaga” (the “dopest” female pop star on...

Exchange Program by James Rumpel

Exchange Program by James Rumpel Miles Ohman made one final trip through the locker room. It was his tradition to circumnavigate the musty home of the Alcara High Mustangs the night before a game....

The Future Vault by Harrison Kim

The Future Vault by Harrison Kim Neil, the wide faced, fast walking school bully, and inquisitive fifteen year old skinny shouldered Cal,  waded together through black, thick water, along a tunnel dark canal far...

The Arcade by Cortez Roberts

The Arcade by Cortez Roberts Portland, Oregon. Not really a city that stirs up much controversy. Unless you live there, of course. The height of Portland’s scandals seems to be during the 80s. The...

The Accident by N T Franklin

The Accident by NT Franklin The accident changed everything for Randolph. Scott and Randolph were brothers, but as different as night and day. Scott was a head taller and weighed a third more than...