Category Archives: Fiction

Trinity

By Jason Stuart.

1975 It wore Mary-Alice slam out that she was actually raising her son inside a barn. “It’s a loft,” her boyfriend—not husband—Hank always said. “A loft inside of a barn,” she would argue. It was bad enough to be still … Continue reading

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Dinner Date

By Abigail Wheetley.

Three weeks after the untimely death of her parents, run over on a San Francisco sidewalk by a fourteen-year-old Mexican girl with no driver’s license, Samantha went on a blind date arranged by Match.com. Always cold lately, she drove with … Continue reading

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Accident

By Iheoma Nwachukwu.

First the noise, then the wheel swerved, when they had high-fived each other in eye-shutting delight at the joke on radio. The roaring car, leaping at the sun all morning in a fool’s chase, seemed to catch one of those … Continue reading

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Your Last Meal

By David Eingorn.

“If you can stick a man with a shiv, you can peal a potato. You already have the rudimentary knife skills” he told his audience of aspiring incarcerated chefs. Facing blank stares, Cadbury persisted, “What I’m saying is if you … Continue reading

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Dates and Times Filled In

By Samuel Cole.

My ADHD/OCD friend Mark and I might have walked right past LifePath Christian bookstore if not for the a-shaped sign blocking the front of the store promising free wassail and yummy Christmas cookies. Hungry since we hit the gym hard … Continue reading

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