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“Maybe I could not see the future made, the on and the off, or what I could have thought.” The next installment of this captivating read.
“My heart rate has been normal and steady since then. Until this trip.” Today’s #EssaySaturday is “Hospitality” by Wendy Lane.
Julia stood on the steps of the house, the only person on her dead-end, abandoned street, applauding solo, in ghostly community with the rest of the country.
“‘I’m here about the fridge,’ Steve said.” Today’s #StorySunday is the quietly devastating “Trimming the Fat” by David H. James.
When he woke, the house was still and flat. Like a sheet of paper.
Inspired by Beethoven, a woman makes a radical decision
A girl protects her babysitter’s secret
A home intrusion during lockdown helps a woman find her balance
During a power outage, two best friends make a memory.
Sweatpea considers the cycles of life and death while tending her garden.
A new ghost figures out the rules of the game.
A love story, as new waves of disease ravage the future
Vivek Shanbhag explores the prob- lem of identity among a population of one billion, in “Nirvana”
Anyhow, the real reason I brought Wallace up was she dropped out of school, fell off the face of the earth.
A story that tells of the innocence of children and the complexities of being an adult
“We all die,” she said. “What’s worse, dying young, or living in a stew of beige? I’m tired of beige.”