Fiction Archive

Peter Imsdahl

(Frog Walks Into a Bar) By Peter Imsdahl “Why do they jump?” Paul asked, fingering a twig he had picked up from the forest floor on their way
Read More

Mark Crimmins

WHAT CHARLIE SAID by Mark Crimmins He told me that the first time he met me he thought I was an asshole, because I had replied to everything
Read More

Rebecca Givens Rolland

REVEALING THE FACE by Rebecca Givens Rolland It was an ordinary morning when Sarah first met the girl. Sarah was standing in her third-floor office brushing her hair, only
Read More

Frank Scozzari

TOO OLD FOR WAR by Frank Scozzari Old Makatiku looked wearily upon the young Kantaku. A pillar of youth he was, standing more than two meters in height
Read More

Daniel Davis

FRIENDS WHO HELP THEIR FRIENDS by Daniel Davis Gambling with Rick is kind of like being jealous of God. There’s no point to it. You can bring your
Read More