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Gemini, by Chris Finora, Part 1
Jim didn’t want to go to jail. This much I knew. He’d told me about the night back in collegeRead more.
Writer’s Block, by Edward King
A story is meant to be written on a typewriter with a glass of whiskey standing at the ready. PreferablyRead more.
Blue in Green, by Edward King
Well, now you have her here. The movie is over and you asked what she wanted to do next andRead more.
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The Crystal Dragon: Kangding, by Edward King
#crystal dragon They arrived in Kangding. A great river ran through the center of the town. Green mountains rose aboveRead more.
Without Music, by Mary Ellen Gambutti
Jesse lived in suburbia, in a town with confused values. Like many girls in her town, she was sheltered inRead more.
The Melody Diner on Broadway, Part 1, by Romana Guillotte
#london #melody-diner Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons Tuesday, August 13th 1929 Variegated stains fanned from a corner pipe on the kitchenRead more.
A Tale of Blood and Roses, Part 3, by Keira Heckman
#blood and roses #fantasy Maccan ran a hand over his perfectly smoothed hair before he set off down the hallwayRead more.
The Genesis of Steve, by P.J. Sambeaux
#Humor #literary #scifi “Mom, what have you done?” Ellie whispered testily. “I don’t know, honey,” her mother answered, her voiceRead more.
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