Dominik Hageback
In: Short Story 3 reviews
A paid memoirist takes a commission somewhere in the global South, to (ghost)write the autobiography of a man named Kroll. Writer and subject are doubles, ambiguously connected.
Yegwen
In: Short Story 2 reviews
What if one of the irreplaceble engineers in a matrian colony commits an unforgettable crime?
Glenn Mitchell
In: Short Story 2 reviews
A researcher collaborates with a prison warden to experiment on inmates. The warden fears being exposed by the leaking of information, but it's a different type of leak they should be worried about.
mindbat
In: Short Story 2 reviews
Julia thought her teacher would be *happy* she's invented a time machine.
Joe P
In: Short Story 3 reviews
An astronaut snaps and inadvertently kicks off a series of brutal murders, but no one really dies.
Brad
In: Short Story 1 reviews
At 7:50am every weekday morning the mute Calvin leaves the homeless mission and walks to the abandoned Tomorrow Technologies building. Today Helen finds out what's drawing him him there.
Oliver Oliver
In: Short Story 5 reviews
A husband's dirty secret is hurting his marriage and professional life.
mscherer
In: Short Story 3 reviews
A down and out TV evangelist receives a visit from an Alien who wants to meet Jesus Christ. E.T. meets Leap of Faith.
Yegwen
In: Short Story 5 reviews
This is a story of a bet gone bad.
Frase
In: Short Story 6 reviews
A successful businessman journeys to a hostel in an Indonesian jungle to repay his debt for twenty years of good fortune.
mscherer
In: Short Story 3 reviews
The Preeminent is a noir-like story that takes place well into a dystopian future where five families control everything and someone is out to eliminate one of them.
chris_diplacito
In: Short Story 5 reviews
A boy under the cancerous spell of his abusive father. A town under the deprived grip of misogyny and violence. Both stunted and silenced with fear.
mscherer
In: Short Story 2 reviews
Six decades after the Phaeton-Earther War a Phaeton survivor of Shackleton Crater, a lunar POW camp, suspects his dying friend of forty years was an Earther guard at that very camp.
Brad
In: Short Story 3 reviews
A horror-love story.
mark william mills
In: Short Story 4 reviews
How brief encounters with the people in his neighborhood inspire empathy in an elderly man.
mscherer
In: Short Story 3 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.
Rachel Capps
In: Short Story 7 reviews
Two boys discover something evil in the garden.
Joe P
In: Short Story 4 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.
Sheri Attani Ro...
In: Short Story 5 reviews
Three friends, one woman and two men. When magic enters into the equation a balance of power is sought.
mark william mills
In: Short Story 4 reviews
A three year old girl and the darkest motives of a vengeful motherhood.
strangevibrella
In: Short Story 7 reviews
A Kaleidoscopic take on the artificiality of contemporary romance and attraction.
Daltonwriting
In: Short Story 4 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.
Yegwen
In: Short Story 2 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.
Locust-furnace
In: Short Story 7 reviews
A whirlwind romance, a wedding tradition, a cold, dark lake. What could go wrong? 981 Words
Kevin J Miller
In: Short Story 3 reviews
In a near-future police state America, a police department analyst discovers the truth about the government's new enemy.