“Lightning struck again, this time close. The storm was getting angrier…” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Acid Park” by Tyra Lechner.
Picture credit: Yohan Marion
“Where you been all these seasons, boy?”
A familiar voice emphasized only one clear word in its mushy drawl and since it wasn’t boy or all, the middle-aged ...
“This time scribbled across the front, reads, ‘Baci a Tutti Tua Rosa.’” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Baci a Tutti” by Gabrielle Dufrene.
“The man in the camel wool djelaba appeared from the shadows…” Today’s #StorySunday USA is William Winston’s “The Sound of Snow Not Falling”.
A married couple attend a business party and get more than they bargained for. Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Dinner Party Exit Strategy” by Max Talley.
“He felt completely alone in that car, under that man’s hateful gaze.” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “The Last Time He Bowed” by Thomas Lee.
“But what to do with wild desire, which careens from bloom to bloom?” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Amsterdam” by Andrew Bertaina.
“Problems begin on the flight to Frankfurt.” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Cosmonaut Olga Returns from Space” by Maxim Matusevich.
“I feel like a character in a fantasy novel living in some snowy village. Trading our goods, listening to stories. .” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Fox in the Snow” by ...
My noise broke the stillness and the twittering, croaking, and cricking of the woodland residents started up again. I’d never had that happen before, but I hoped it was a ...
A macabre, disturbing story of monsters and mothers.
We are going somewhere far: a dark tale of blood and knives.
A story based on true events: when a mysterious fever puts Sue in the hands of a blood-thirsty surgeon, the young classics scholar summons her idol – a warrior goddess ...
A humorous take on a writer who manipulates life for his art and its ramifications.
There’s nothing to spill, but it rolls across my uneven floor to the opposite corner of the room, and bumps into the shoebox containing my father’s personal effects.
A story about love and faith and reconciling with a dark secret from the past.
Are you one of the weird kids, too? A birthday party and a new friend.
A visit to an old friend…
A young man’s night out in Dublin starts at its Spire.
I felt bad about it in high school, my vanity. Now I wear it proudly. Why not lean into it?