Bryan Dean Johnson
A woman called out a homeless man for lewd behavior on a crowded train. I got up to help, but my attempt at heroism didn't go as planned.
Earth is in trouble. The Zanchee can help, but their laws prevent it. Axel, the Zanchee leader's teenage son, is determined to find a way to prevent humanity's destruction. But he will need help.
Duane is returning to apologize to his sister Holly for not noticing their uncle's abuse of her. But he will find things are not quite what he thinks.
Declan MaCarry is an overworked and underpaid employee for Smeaton Town Council. As his mental health begins to decline he is drawn by a mysterious force to the local woods.
Mars looks like heaven in all the advertisements. But what's it like when you actually get there? Find out in MARS, a satire of the way our culture sells parenthood.
This is a story I wrote about the theme obscenity.
Soldiers trapped in a bunker are surrounded by beasts.
An unfortunate group of people stumble upon some sensitive material that has a peculiar effect on them.
A first-person narrative about a guy that grew-up somewhere in the middle of the country, has since migrated to a city on the coast and is called home because his father is dying.
A man in a remote location is stung by a scorpion and must find his way back to his girlfriend.
Things are typically quiet for a concierge at a Manhattan hotel until there's a call about a locked door and an unresponsive guest.
A serial killer faces age discrimination. Humor.
Bryan Dean Johnson
A Realtor must kill the spider preventing her from selling an apartment.
Today is Ellen's eighty-eighth birthday. But the phone hasn't rung all morning. She wonders why. This is a tale of love, selfishness, and loss.
He'd been pining for her for as long as he could remember and after countless times supporting her after a bad breakup, she was giving him a shot.
Following an incident at a local church, a detective collects a witness interview from one of its members.
My musings about how Garth Brooks came to write "Friends In Low Places". I wrote it in a Texas accent, purposefully dropping syllables from longer words. No more reviews needed. Thanks!
On a cold Sunday morning, a man makes a tough situation. And he calls the person who will care the most.
A series of interwoven vignettes connecting the lives of three neighbours, taking place across multiple alternate universes, diverging upon each character coming into contact with a sixshooter pistol.
What could possibly drive a young girl to the streets? And what makes them so angry and self-destructive?
Billy Mack can talk anybody into anything. But when Billy talks Roman Matuczak into doing something Roman does not want to do, Mr. Trouble pays both boys a visit.
In a modest building with a daunting purpose, two friends carry out a task.
A young man searches for peace in a small southern town and meets a meter maid who changes his outlook on life.
A janitor goes to work only to find that there is something about the building that will not allow him to leave.
Life is Life is a shorty about a man who changes his reality after an incident that left him asking himself many questions...