Posted by Tim Coover | May 17, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
by Gabrielle McAree | May 5, 2022 | Fiction | 2 |
I didn’t even know he was unhappy. Like, truly unhappy.
by Carter Lappin | May 4, 2022 | Fiction | 1 |
Is this what Darlene’s life could have been?
by Angelica Esquivel | May 3, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
In his music, I was mythologized as some beautiful, ruthless goddess. I was none of these things.
by Emily Hampson | May 2, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
Yearning is a hard habit to break. A person has to bail a lot of water before accepting that he alone is dealing with an ocean.
by Christine Venzon | May 1, 2022 | Fiction | 1 |
She’d spent 10 years clawing out of that pit, marking the ascent with descending numbers.
by Louise Mangos | Apr 19, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
But you pound on regardless, anxiety fluttering in your gut, knowing you’re only halfway through the race.
by Bayveen O'Connell | Apr 5, 2022 | Fiction | 2 |
My past loves dance with me now in the artificial smoke, taking turns to spin me in their transparent arms, kissing my cheeks in tingling puffs, princessing me.
by Carol Estella Brown | Mar 22, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
There was a singular question that bothered Sarah as she read. How could the old man picture things he’d never seen?
by John Xavier | Mar 8, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
This part of his fate he learned from cautious probing fingers, and hands that were worn from years of hard labor.
by Rebecca Strong | Feb 22, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
There are several emergency exits, but none of them are simple.
by Amy Barnes | Feb 8, 2022 | Fiction | 0 |
The next day, I draw words on the walls with thick black ink and pretend I don’t hear my mother calling.
by Martha Watson | Jan 25, 2022 | Fiction | 4 |
You are cautious of my presence, unaware of my right to be there, your wildness untamed by meaningless human boundaries.