A excerpt from a horror novella that centers around a mysterious delirium that has come to affect a small lake town.
Flash fiction story, written as a landlord's communication log between themselves and their tenants.
A a golden doodle and others, genetically altered in a University Lab to be highly intelligent, struggle with being different, almost "human." Chased by a cult of killers who want them dead.
The spirit tree is a short story about life, death, song, and burial processes.
A man sits in traffic while his house burns down.
Two enginemen from the same airship find their ways home after their ship is attacked by an opposing aeronautical force.
A young man is stuck on a roof during a roofing gig and witnesses something awful.
A psychiatrist creates a programme to entertain patients who suffer from a delusional disease which makes people believe that the world is conspiring against them
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A 17-year-old girl runs away to the dunes in hopes of finding her true nature.
Young teenaged couple stop by the coast to take in the view and have some alone time but things go awry.
A bounty hunter and his prisoner are stranded in a abandoned cabin in the middle of a swamp. They will soon have a visitor.
First chapter in an idea I have for a character-driven COVID slice of life novel.
A short story, 'Day in the life' piece. Life, love and loss.
A story about loss, strong women, and the courage of vulnerability.
This is the first chapter of my story inspired by the fairy tale "Iron John." It's a modern setting of male initiation which both honors and subverts the original story.
This is Chapter 2 in a COVID-era novel where a webbed collection of New Yorkers face the consequences of their life choices under the tensions of 2020.
The author recalls a memory he has of his mother crafting a tribute work of art for an artist's memorial.
This is the second chapter of my story inspired by the fairy tale "Iron John." It's a modern setting of male initiation which both honors and subverts the original story.
TIEGLAUN, TIEGLAUN . . . OH PLEASE GOD HELP US! TIEGLAUN, TIEGLAUN! PLEASE GIVE US A BREAK! TIEGLAUN, TIEGLAUN, OH PLEASE GOD HELP US! TIEGLAUN, TIEGLAUN, PLEASE GIVE US SOME PEACE . . .
I'VE BEEN SCOWERING THROUGH MR. JOYCE'S WAKE AND WAS VERY EFFECTED BY THE LANGUAGE INSIDE OF IT . . . AND I WANTED TO TRY AND SEE IF I COULD MAKE SENSE OF MY OWN WAKE THROUGH AN ACT OF WRITING . . .
This is the third chapter of my story inspired by the fairy tale "Iron John." It's a modern setting of male initiation which both honors and subverts the original story.
Sometimes the forest can smell your guilt.
A desperate grad student from India is recruited to assist a religious studies scholar's quasi-scientific experiment that seeks to determine which religious path is closest to the truth.
A boy survives a moment in history and learns who his real friends are.
A decorated space captain is sent on his most important mission yet, with only a hologram assistant to help him on his way. But is he really as qualified as he first seems to be?