What Really Happened When I Lost My Car (Regardless of What I Told My Friends)

By Dale Alexander My friend convinced me to park in the space labeled "for restaurant customers only," even though we were going to the bar next door.  It was the last space available in the area. I occasionally found good things to write about on Saturday nights, so I went with it. After a few … Continue reading What Really Happened When I Lost My Car (Regardless of What I Told My Friends)

The Burrow

By George Keye Prologue Meet our personified friends: Leticia Callaghan, Sean Holtz and Cuco.             Leticia Callaghan is a self-contained organism. All the tissues and organs and cells from which the past human body has been composed are self-generated as well as self-adapted and they are considered essential to any environment include the most dare … Continue reading The Burrow

Christmas Contest: 3rd Place Fiction

"Christmas Presence" By Andrew Paul Grell “It’s time, Nick.  Are you up for it?”  Josh assessed the old man’s visage.  It wasn’t like the old days. Larger territory.  Vast increase in audience. Security. Changes in entrance and exit protocols.  Not that any of that mattered; it was Nick or nobody. “It’s been a while since … Continue reading Christmas Contest: 3rd Place Fiction

Christmas Contest: Fiction 2nd Place

"Christmas Yet to Come" By Len Saculla Peter 181 BM pressed his button nose hard against the polyglass window and gazed excitedly at the winter sky above the capital city. His maternal grandfather, Aaron 797 BM, gently squeezed the boy’s shoulder, grinned like he was still six years old, and asked, ‘Can you see Santa … Continue reading Christmas Contest: Fiction 2nd Place