One man experiences the dream of another.
There is a timelessness in the challenge of going to sea, even in our current safe days, the sea is big and all consuming.
Camp Blood for the Anthology on mental disorders, mine is Diss associative Personality Disorder A man totally becomes convinced he is a mythical murdering demon we have all come to know and love.
Daniel W Broallt
This is an atmospheric piece about being confused abroad and at home; semi-autobiographical, but I'd like to make it a clever literary snapshot about how our ideas and actions don't always match up.
Sherri's got a theory for quitting smoking. Sherri's got a theory for pretty much everything in life, problem is this year Jack's got a theory too. Just under 2,800 words
A married couple under stress goes to the beach.
Quirky little family story, small scope, but hopefully has some charm and creativity that keeps the reader engaged.
Narrated by a six-year old. Deals with cancer, death and a general perspective on life at a young age.
Francine, a twenty-something librarian, loses control of her obsession with Pauly D from Jersey Shore.
A young man at an academic writer's competition has a nervous breakdown and his sense of reality begins to dissolve.
A runaway in search of a father figure is taken under the wing of a violent vigilante. But when he's taken on a 'hit' to test his loyalty will he have what it takes, or will it all go horribly wrong?
Chapter one of my novella. 1999, ravers, coming-of-age. Sex, drugs, and techno.
This is the third title, but you can consider it a more polished version of Puppet Show and Conversation at a Hanging. 4,768 words.
A movie obsession coupled with an upbringing that would foster the creation of a true monster, has unleashed him that cannot be named....
A short story focusing on a character stuck in a low-life job and his unwillingness to submit to corporate standard and in a sense his ability to not take his work seriously.
Wanderlust; a insatiable urge to wander aimlessly with no proper direction or destination. Nameless faces and nameless places surround everything.
A look inside a girls struggle with self-harm.
A poem focused around anger and betrayal
A uni student returns to his older brother's house for winter break. Unpleasant things ensue.Exactly 3,333 words
This story has been rewritten. No need for further critiques on this version. 2,300 words. An example of hillfolk living.
A young artist goes off his medication to get inspiration but becomes involved in a cycle of self-destruction.
This is a poem about happiness being a lot simpler than we perceive it. With many poor attempts at humor tossed in.
A plywood sea monster becomes the unwilling witness and partaker in a group of friends' experiences with depersonalization. 3500 words.
A short look into the disgust of a purchase.
A college English department volunteers to serve a Christmas meal at a homeless shelter. 8K Words.