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...
Short story by Angela Small
Diesel and I met last September at a small liberal arts college in Ohio on move-in day. I was riding up the elevator of my freshman dorm, Barns, with my cart full of stuff, when this girl slammed her hand against the door and said, “Wait. I’ll squeeze in.”... Read on...
Short story by Salvatore Difalco
Mario was one of the few Sicilians who had gone to Canada in the late 1950s and had come back in the 1960s, while Sicily still endured the poverty and pain of la miseria. Mario’s excuse: he couldn’t stand the winters... Read on...
Short story by Kevin McGeary
Ning hoped to be the best dressed person in the parlor tomorrow, but now that honor will probably lie with the deceased, ... Read on...