Ace Boggess defies the command to shut up.
Matt Carmichael shows us where patterns and experience connect.
Kelly DuMar shows us creation can be the most fragile of tasks.
Discover where logic breaks down with Daniel Sundhal.
D.S. West writes of grapes and seduction.
Margaret Flannery explores the spaces between dreams and reality, truth and imagination.
Join John and Walt in the mountains in this short story by M. E. Kane.
Brandon Madden teaches us the wisdom of fatherhood from the most unlikely of sources.
Step into a dark place in an unspecified era with Max Orkis.
Take a canoe trip with J.F. Newman.
Paul Pekin excites with an exotic tale featuring gypsies, curses, and WWII.
Jared Yates Sexton invites us to room thirty-two of the Liberty Inn.
Explore the art of constellations with Vivian Calderon Bogoslavskly.
Lis Anna-Langston wows us with her gorgeous photography.
The World Keeps Spinning for Marjorie Matthews.
Miller Murray offers us a bit of jazz in charcoal and paper.
Dileep Jhaveri shares the power that one life can hold.
Step into the eye of the storm with Jackie Davis Martin.
P.M Merlot introduces us to Charles "Chuck" Boone.
Read Etan Nechin's story of two Abigails.
Patty Somlo invites us to a Chinese Banquet.
Robert Stout shows us how joy prevails.
Melissa Wiley reveals the world through the eyes of a perceptive woman.
Wesley Dunning twists a question mark out of an ordinary moment.
Jessica Hahn shows how to be your own captain
John Jeremiah offers a misguided view of romance.
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