A recent college grad visits his alma mater only to be thrust into a game of dares to discover why his old short story has gained so much notoriety among his workshop friends.
Alan H Jordan
Fate reunites Joel, a Navy Seal, and his high school girlfriend, Jewelanna, when Joel happens to help in the repossession of a sofa from an $8 million home. Lighthearted reading.
Jake "Hungry Like the Wolf" Stone goes through the motions and dispenses sage advice during your typical night backstage at an ISA™ Foods World Eating Federation event.
A recent alum returns to college for a visit, only to learn that he has to compete in an extravagant true or dare game held by his former classmates.
Sam is having a rough morning thanks to some weird weather, car trouble and a very awkward introduction to the new girl at his apartment complex.
Alex saves a would-be cliff jumper by pretending to have an unusual hobby. To make the lie come true before they next meet, he has to make himself a fur-suit.
This is a short story about a man who has to perform the execution of someone he knows is probably innocent.
Q Aficionado, the world's premier guide to standing in line, has returned from the brink of destruction: bolder, brighter and ablaze with righteous ire.
A long metaphor I wrote when I was starting a new relationship and my brother was dying. It is more my feelings than anything coherent.
Giving birth has never been this much fun. 2,339 words.
Two archetypal characters debating Alice in Wonderland the way the Constitution is debated. Approx. 4,000 words.
No more reviews are needed on this submission.
Alister's obsession turns into something else when he receives a package in the mail. (2470 words) I have enough reviews, thanks.
It's about a man who has tried, and failed, to commit suicide 136 times. The book is called 137. This section is 1780 words and it's a black absurd comedy.
This is the first thing I've ever written. I would love to hear some feedback.
Something is amiss in sunny Miami Beach. An adventure in absurdism, I think.
How do we court originality without entertaining copyright laws? An author attempts this exposing his creative process to an audience. There will be some familiar characters here. Nothing to be done!
This is the confrontation and struggle between a kidnapping mother and a husband out for revenge. With two boys caught in the middle, how will things turn out?
A very short, silly piece in which a man dies from anger.
Two characters talk philosophy, loss, and their wordy friend through a series of back-and-forth "thug" exchanges. Chaotic? Probably, but that's why I'm asking you for a review. :)
A man who hanged himself wakes up in a swamp, knowing there is something he wasn't supposed to lose. A strange man prods him to look for whatever it was that he lost.
The main character's mother dies on their birthday. And you must have a cake.
A young man gets himself in trouble when he refuses to ignore his temptation for women. Now he must take measures into his own hands to dignify himself, even if he is completely naked while doing it.
A short story about loneliness and the need to be heard. Revolutionary Russia, Two Russian men head home after a long day of work and a bitter conversation ensues.