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A Working Class Superhero

It had been a long day at work. He walked into his apartment, kicked off his shoes and said, “Pajamas on, teeth brushed” and face planted into the sheets. It

The Reunion, The Farewell

Under the gentle moonlight, she tried her best to look up a bit to prevent the tears from falling. She had finally met him again after five years. She had

The Guest

Collaborative piece by Michael Kelly and Chris King At first it seemed as though nothing was out of place. Stepping into the apartment, Anna moved delicately across the soft carpet,

Flash Fiction Edition

After the Studio By Laura Kerr The studio was silent. He put the guitar case straps over his shoulders and switched the light off. Andrew and Jack were in the

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There are many things in life which we could describe as short and sweet, leaving us with a brief moment of bliss. The few seconds we get to appreciate the

The Lightminers

Set in a distant future, a place without day nor night, a time of no light, the lightminers blindingly dedicate themselves for the needs of others. But at what cost?

The Year of the Pig

How auspicious it would be to marry in the year of the pig. Tenuto was also born in the year of the pig. What does married life mean? Is life

Habits

By Chelsea Hite/Curated by Michael Kelly We come to this diner every Saturday. We have done for, what is it, 25 years now? Give or take anyway. As the time

Flash Fiction Edition

Only The One Time… By John Lombard “And that is where I found the knife, covered in the victim’s blood, with Mr. Drake’s fingerprints all over it,” testified Detective John

The Place Between

How could they have done this to themselves? Only now are they realizing the cost, but it’s already too late. For certain it’s too late for them, but maybe not