The Gift By Tom Barlow

Just as Jessica dropped off her last drunk of the evening, silently cursing the college debt and lack of full-time work with Channel Five that forced …

Snapped By Sara Garland

I. She awoke with a jolt, reaching for the red journal her therapist had encouraged her to keep. As she opened it, she reached for a pen, filling in t…

Monticello By Drew Buxton

Dessie came in first from recess and woke up Ms. Clemson, and she smiled and got her eyelids half-open and asked where they were at in social studies.…

Someone to Cry for Him By Robert Pope

Detective Llewellyn Fox first saw Amira by chance, when he went to Coven with Tim Small to check out Jimi Pugh, a dealer Tim had been watching. Tim th…

Land of Promise By Brian Silverman

He sat on the park bench covered in dirt and ash. A light, late spring rain shower began to streak the dirt on his arms.  People stared at him as the…

Vercheraux By Bill Wilcox

Crimson.  That’s the color I think of when I remember that night.  It’s what I see every night when I close my eyes.  It’s not just the color…

A Given Day By by TJ Staneart

Frank’s least favorite part, by far, of buying a home. This strange, pervasive social contract insisting the space in his house would be used the sa…

The Samaritan Woman By Brendan DuBois

It was late afternoon and Photine Antos Young thought it was time to call her dog back from his romp in the wet field, when she spotted the shape walk…

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