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Fiction: Twigs of Love

    This afternoon was unusual. It felt as if the city in the sun was turning into a city in the furnace; as if the sun had taken an atmospheric slump. I was [...]

February 14, 2017

The Faltering Child

There was a room of pitch black with nothing to be seen but flickers of ember on one side and shafts of light on the other–both coming from windowed doors which sat on [...]

October 31, 2016


Traveling through the Wild West with a sack of money at one’s side would fray the nerves of any man. Yet as Paul Perkins rode his horse over one of many hills on a westward [...]

July 31, 2016

He Made Up His Mind

Mr. Herman Yushmi had the look of a young and clownish entrepreneur, dressed in a bright silver suit and a mauve-colored tie, dress shoes polished black and quite too [...]

July 31, 2016

The Lonely Corner

When it’s quiet, I remember the past. My constant companion, fear, still haunts me in nightmares. Yet, I’ve found peace in Cedar Springs, living with my son. I can now [...]

October 31, 2014

Fiction: The Way of Escape

Kat’s green eyes flashed and her face turned as red as her hair. “Carter, this is one of the craziest things you have ever tried to rope me into. There’s a barbed wire [...]

December 1, 2013


Our featured fiction by Sherry Rossman If those red bricks weren’t so firmly mortared into place they’d be weapons. But they just stayed where they were, formed into [...]

June 8, 2013