Fiction by Alex Andy Phuong

Kate Winslet On one Labor Day afternoon, while driving down a Revolutionary Road, a simple, all-American girl named Kate Winslet was searching for something to do for her summer vacation.  After driving for several hours, she saw a billboard with the headline, “TITANIC SAILS ONCE MORE!” She hesitantly resisted the urge to buy tickets for … Continue reading Fiction by Alex Andy Phuong

Christmas Wish

By Tavinder New   Frost was glistening like jewels shining as though it was worth a million pounds. The wind was whistling like a naughty child intermittently. Figures of people hustled around to gather Christmas presents last minute. Their faces were full joy like sunshine because of the air of Christmas was approaching. Kids unable … Continue reading Christmas Wish

The Marvelous Love Affair of Higgins Hollow (Summer, 1996)

By Michael Guendelsberger   Most of us who worked at Higgins Hollow that summer of 1996 had done so for at least two or more seasons. A girl I knew from high school said she could get me a better paying job at a produce store where she worked, but changing felt too complicated and … Continue reading The Marvelous Love Affair of Higgins Hollow (Summer, 1996)

First Place Short Fiction Contest: Lost and Found by Colleen M. Tice

Part I The archeology class has been on the dig site for two months. They had been studying abroad on the outskirts of the Island Aswan. The group’s campground is on the edge of the east banks of the Nile River. Professor Alexander Bakas received permission to dig on the site for three months. His … Continue reading First Place Short Fiction Contest: Lost and Found by Colleen M. Tice