RESULTS FOR Stories
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I WAS A NORMAL HUSBAND, ETC.

Sebastian Castillo

11.23.16

“The infant’s head wanted to take me to the forest where the teenagers are killing themselves, doing drugs, obsessing by moonlight. It’s right around the corner.” New short fiction by Sebastian Castillo.

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WAIT FOR THE MOMENT WHEN MEANING BECOMES HASHTAG

Jon Cone & Rauan Klassnik

11.16.16

“You’re going to have to do it yourself. Do it yourself in your sick little binary bullshit world.” A collaborative short play from Jon Cone and Rauan Klassnik.

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It Doesn’t Matter

Erica Peplin

11.02.16

“I went the park with my friend and she told me she wanted to kill herself. ‘I’m sick of it,’ she said. ‘Nobody calls me back.'” New short fiction by Erica Peplin.

Greta

Julia Dixon Evans

10.26.16

“The next time the bed is empty when I wake up, Greta’s outside, splayed out naked on the back porch, trembling in her sleep.” New short fiction by Julia Dixon Evans.

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Matches

Rachel Pafe

10.12.16

“The landlord had sent over a slow moving, snow-haired man to repaint the walls after her roommate had killed herself two weeks ago.” New short fiction by Rachel Pafe.

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Brain Bank

Matthew Vollmer

09.28.16

“I read about the discovery of an Earthlike planet orbiting our nearest star, and though the planet is thought to be habitable, astronomers claim that the color of its sky would perpetually resemble our own during twilight in autumn.” New short fiction by Matthew Vollmer.

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Bruxism

Grant Maierhofer

09.21.16

“The event didn’t seem to matter nearly as much as the vying for narrative, the ritual search for beginning-middle-end.” New fiction by Grant Maierhofer.

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Two Syndromes At Once

Robert Lopez

09.14.16

“A mongoloid baby is crying on the subway and so now everyone is a hostage.” New short fiction by Robert Lopez.

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The Last Three Princes

Scott Fenton

09.07.16

“After thirteen harmonious episodes, the network adds a prize—$500,000 cash, plus a lifetime supply of Peel-N-Eat—to coax an ending out of us.” New fiction by Scott Fenton.

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EPICENTER

Kevin Maloney

08.24.16

“I’d only been single a few weeks when I found myself explaining the concept of Attachment Theory to a stripper named Lola in the private booth of a club called The Butt Factory.” New fiction by Kevin Maloney.