Stories

"World's End" © June Yarham; Creative Commons license

Doing Lines

Feb 29, 2016

Essay by William Horwath

Lines don’t come cheap or easy. It just sounds as if they do.

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Lombardi’s on the Bay

Feb 17, 2016

Flash Nonfiction by Lauren Grabowski

It’s moments like these that are as familiar as holding hands or moving in synchronicity under the bed sheets.

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The Girl from Sophomore Year

Feb 01, 2016

Flash Nonfiction by K. Irene Rieger

She asked him not to, but she didn’t scream or fight.

Teaching, Flash Nonfiction | Read More

Life on Other Planets

Dec 09, 2015

Flash Nonfiction by Julie Jeanell Leung

As a child, whenever I walked to school in the rain, the earthworms frightened me.

Writing and Faith, Flash Nonfiction, Nature | Read More

My Mother’s Mantra

Dec 07, 2015

Flash Nonfiction by Nicole Simonsen

I was, at that point in my life, an authority on nothing, except maybe seizures.

Writing and Faith, Flash Nonfiction, Illness | Read More

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