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Joe P
In : Horror, Short Story 8 reviews
A hearer of the World Wide Hum is out with his service dog Barkley hunting a demon. When they wander into a local pawn shop, they find a device that turns off the hum but allows the demon to kill.
In : Adventure, Novel Excerpt 13 reviews
Ballerina and British agent, Julianne Burton is debriefed by British Intelligence on Gibraltar and put on a plane to Cairo.
In : Literary, Short Story 4 reviews
Sam, the protagonist, is struggling to assess what he and his wife, Maggie have left together after they endure a family tragedy.
mark william mills
In : Literary, Short Story 6 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.
Michael Proctor
In : Short Story, Transgressive 5 reviews
Ellis May assumes the identity of her identical twin sister after an accident, but finds that trading her troubled life for a new start may end up confining her to a different kind of trap.
In : Novel Excerpt, Surprise Me 8 reviews
Hopefully this is Chapter 2, following my previous submission. Not sure that it will work as such yet, so your thoughts are greatly appreciated.
In : Literary, Novel Excerpt 5 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 : Essay, Literary 9 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.
Kevin J Miller
In : Sci-fi, Short Story 3 reviews
In a near-future police state America, a police department analyst discovers the truth about the government's new enemy.
In : Horror, Short Story 10 reviews
A whirlwind romance, a wedding tradition, a cold, dark lake. What could go wrong? 981 Words
In : Sci-fi, Short Story 5 reviews
When the mission to capture one of the mysterious creatures roaming the Solar System and attacking trader ships goes wrong, Vera has to take responsibility, or else the mission will fail miserably.
In : Short Story, Suspense 6 reviews
A cautious woman finds that her life is being monitored and it drives her to take drastic measures. A suspense/thriller that has elements of sci-fi and realism.
In : Literary, Short Story 9 reviews
A Kaleidoscopic take on the artificiality of contemporary romance and attraction.
In : Noir, Novel Excerpt 9 reviews
This is the third chapter of the novel I've been playing with for the past 3 years...
mark william mills
In : Literary, Short Story 8 reviews
A three year old girl and the darkest motives of a vengeful motherhood.
In : Essay, Literary 9 reviews
Two lovers meet again after a separation of 20 years. One holds a secret, never revealed to the other. The encounter does not end well. Or perhaps it does.
Sheri Attani Ro...
In : Magical Realism, Short Story 14 reviews
Three friends, one woman and two men. When magic enters into the equation a balance of power is sought.
In : Literary, Novel Excerpt 7 reviews
This is part of a larger piece. I placed "FOG", and a piece called "SUNDOWN" in this workshop. Pas de Trois, a dance for three, is about Rudolpho, Mundo and Bliss,the day of Rudolpho's funeral.
J Maynard Quimby
In : Biographical, Essay 6 reviews
Porch Swings In Glory is an essay exploring the author's memories of an Ozarks childhood with his grandparents and their neighbors.
Aaron Robert Rowley
In : Novel Excerpt, Sci-fi 10 reviews
Excerpt of Chapter 1 in a sci-fi novel. The novel takes place in a dystopian future where a small number of humans have evolved empathic abilities and are used as slaves to guard financial assets.
Joe P
In : Bizarro, Short Story 7 reviews
One day, all the light in the world shines black. The next day Mark finds a cat and tries getting back together with his ex.
C. T. Puckett
In : Flash Fiction, Realism 7 reviews
Your phone's dead, you're on a train and you need to make a call. For some, this is easy, for Mr. Manner, not so much.
John Paul Schmidt
In : Novel Excerpt, Psychological 5 reviews
This is about a man who goes back to his home town to pursue an old relationship.
In : Sci-fi, Short Story 4 reviews
The Sun Chief takes place a 1000 years ago and tells the story of Tawamongwi, the Sun Chief for the Diné peoples and his self-doubt and frustration with the gods after three years of drought.
mark william mills
In : Literary, Short Story 4 reviews
How brief encounters with the people in his neighborhood inspire empathy in an elderly man.