Uncover the chilling story of “Shakespearean Tragedy” by Susan Cornford, where the magic of the stage collides with the harrowing reality of extremism. As the curtains rise, a world of passion and poetry becomes entangled in a sinister plot, leaving lives shattered and the theater in ruins.
“Road Rash” by Lee Hammerschmidt exposes the cruel intersection of crime and technology. Detective Garnish and Bill grapple with the aftermath of a deadly bike bombing, revealing the treacherous power of e-bikes and the dark secrets they conceal.
Discover the remarkable story of “Raggedy Ann” by Phil Temples, as a cloth doll defies the odds in the face of a tornado. The doll’s resilience and unique charm teach us that strength lies not in perfection, but in embracing our flaws.
“Mirrors” by Doug Hawley is a riveting story of obsession and revelation. Jack Lyle’s exploration of a mansion’s secret room filled with mirrors exposes hidden desires and the blurred boundaries between reality and fantasy.
In the short story of everyday rituals and longing, Ellis Shuman’s “Have a Nice Day” invites readers to immerse themselves in Hastings’ journey as he embraces the subtle beauty of life’s mundane moments.
Dip into Doug Hawley’s “The Afterwife” and follow Duke’s captivating journey from a suffocating marriage to the sacred sanctuary of the Immaculate Monastery. Experience his transformative quest for freedom, inner peace, and self-discovery.
“The Art of Sneaking In” by Joseph A Farina unveils the water street boys’ cunning tactics to enter the athletic park unnoticed. A kind stranger grants them entry, but the label of being underprivileged leaves a lasting impact.