mark william mills
In: Essay 0 reviews
An essay on my most recent visit with my grandmother and how we failed to connect within the branded space of a chain restaurant.
exoticfabric
In: Novel Excerpt 3 reviews
The beginning of a much longer story that this writer doesn't have the arrogance to expect strangers on the internet to read.
mark william mills
In: Short Story 3 reviews
A man, driven to suicide by crippling anxiety and addiction, finds his plans altered by a woman standing before him in a checkout line.
ginatroisi
In: Short Story 1 reviews
Sam, the protagonist, is struggling to assess what he and his wife, Maggie have left together after they endure a family tragedy.
Dorothy Rice
In: Flash Fiction 5 reviews
Three flash fiction pieces. Ideally can be read as separate or linked.
smithreynolds
In: Short Story 7 reviews
MUNDO and BLISS have been estranged for years. Bliss returns to bury Mundo's father. Pablo is Mundo's uncle, brother to the deceased. Pablo is featured in previously submitted short/short called FOG.
mark william mills
In: Short Story 6 reviews
An excitable man waiting in a checkout line gets slapped out of his thoughts and into reality by Marilyn Monroe.
Ric V.
In: Short Story 5 reviews
Two friends meet for their weekly drink at a nearby lounge. In the midst of their evening, the state of their friendship is brought into question.
mark william mills
In: Essay 3 reviews
A brief essay on despair and the need to keep going in spite of it.
Dorothy Rice
In: Flash Fiction 8 reviews
Flash fiction, just under 1000 words. Old home movies bring back difficult memories for a mother, reveal the past in a new way for the daughter.
chris_diplacito
In: Short Story 5 reviews
Life can be suffocating.
Bellbird
In: Novel Excerpt 5 reviews
Mitch is an Army intelligence officer who is in love with his wife - and his job. Winnie is fed up with Mitch's broken promises. Their 14-year old daughter, Maddie, is heading for trouble.
Ronzermonster
In: Short Story 4 reviews
A couple is driving to his family for Christmas Eve when they realize they forgot something.
Caso83
In: Short Story 4 reviews
A business man avoids reality for a few hours.
mark william mills
In: Essay 7 reviews
As an unexpected loss sinks in, our workaholic protagonist learns that cynicism can't protect against pain.
smithreynolds
In: Flash Fiction 9 reviews
What's right under your nose, you either see it or you don't.
chris_diplacito
In: Short Story 7 reviews
A troubled man - A neighbouring stranger – A cathartic ritual of redemption.
smithreynolds
In: Short Story 6 reviews
child of your child and the parent of your parent.
Sheri Attani Ro...
In: Short Story 4 reviews
A man drawn in to a strange website. A woman trying to avoid reality.
mattmyth
In: Short Story 6 reviews
Burned tourists, cancer, drunken mothers, the mental ward on the hill, beatings and blood. It's Jamie I'm going to tell you about really, though.
smithreynolds
In: Flash Fiction 8 reviews
A moment in the life of a woman who is rich and free.
Seamus_Ouyang
In: Novel Excerpt 3 reviews
The main character, Zhou Meixian (Zhou), has just been released from a period of brief incarceration, during which he was physically abused and forced to sign a confession for crimes he did not commit
Annie2016
In: Short Story 8 reviews
An American in London encounters the Church of England. (Draft 2)
Jose F. Diaz
In: Short Story 4 reviews
A mother's daughter and husband die of cancer. The mother briefly narrates the moment from her husbands death to her daughters.
Ralph Stefan
In: Short Story 4 reviews
Buddhist fetters are encountered on a journey. The next in the series of Ralph's Fables.