My Father’s Buick

My Father’s Buick by David Gilman-Frederick             Cyrus could scarcely believe his ears. “You can’t seriously be saying,” he raised both eyebrows, “that you don’t…

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The Only One in the Room

The Only One in the Room By Nick Manzolillo The bodies sway gently in the breeze, with one hanging from every other lamppost along the…

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Theater Three

Theater Three By Ellie Brown When I was in my early twenties, I worked at a small movie theater that showed only independent, cult, and…

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Drops

Drops By Lee Blevins The first drop fell during a Buster Keaton comedy at the arthouse theater in the city nearest their town. Bertrand felt…

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Don’t Fear The Reaper

Don’t Fear The Reaper Alexander Brown 1 “I need you to kill him for me.” The words were spoken in the right order, the request…

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Flash Fiction Friday *When He Left Himself*

When He Left Himself By Jillian Bost Alfred curled up underneath his blankets. The evening shouting had begun. His father had staggered home early from…

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Crown of Thorns

Crown of Thorns By Mark Slade Blake came to Kerr’s séance, hoping to get in touch with his dead son. Miles had committed suicide almost…

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