Short story by Sharif Gemie
George got up quietly. He wanted to do the washing up without Judy hearing. He imagined her in an hour’s time, after he’d gone: she’d wake and find the kitchen clean and spotless—just the way she liked it. ... Read on...
Short Story by Khalid Bekkaoui
Arriving in the town of Rommani late in the evening, and having no place to go, Omar entered a mosque, rolled his coat around his shoes as a pillow, and went to sleep. ... Read on...
Short story by Salvatore Difalco
Louie and Craig were already at Brando’s when I arrived, seated at his dining room table staring at their phones and smoking weed. A cloud of blue-grey smoke enveloped them... Read on...
Short story by Andrew Stiggers
Bloody foreigners - why don’t you bugger off back across the Channel? Frank had spied them through the tiny window. What a shame he didn’t have a working rifle, he thought.
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Short story by K. Joffré
Bobby Lee assembled what looked like a deep urban uniform in his apartment. The deep curvature of his spine made him appear like Mr. Burns crossed with a wannabe gangbanger. ... Read on...