ו , ז , ח by Cheryl Spinner



ו: There was a famine in the town. Raizel went to Ben-Yeti and inquired if it would be permissible to eat one’s paper and ink since that was all there was left. “Why, of course,” he answered, “Do what you must.”

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“Sometimes I forget which of the ‘Ask the Editors’ I hate the most.”
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rickroll by Felix Culpa



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A Meaningful Person. by editors



Jonathan Safran Foer awoke one morning with the acute sense of not being a meaningful person. “I feel castigated,” he said to himself. “And meaningless.” He sat up in bed, and looked around him. At his bookshelf, full of books, books full of words: meaningful words meaning specific things. “How can Ibecome meaningful, again?”…READ MORE
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HOW THE DINOSAURS DIED by Alicia Jo Rabins



It’s no big deal to wake upand carry a satchel with the deathof the dinosaurs in itall day.While elsewhere a personmetamorphosizes into a soldierthe meadow of his mindtorn up day by day

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Melanie Browne’s Alice was thirsty.
Tim couldn’t remember the first time he saw her severed head. He thought he was hallucinating. He’d been working long hours at the Opera. He made a phone call to his internist, who recommended an extended break from rehearsals, and prescribed various pills for nerves. Tim did as he was told. None of that worked. He continued to see Alice’s severed head. …READ MORE
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there’s a blind guy in my building i dont think he ever filed the necessary paperwork to get a home care assistant so he has to trick people into helping him everyday

there’s a blind guy in my building
i dont think he ever filed the necessary paperwork to get a home care assistant
so he has to trick people into helping him everyday

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Mercy by Christian Davies 



I watched the woman weeping and could only remember her first name, which was Mary. When I asked Bart what Mary’s last name was he could only remember that she liked to have her shoulders bit when he had her at the Rooster. Bart said she was the only woman he’d ever been with that wanted her shoulders bit. He said women liked to have other things bit but normally not their shoulders.…READ MORE
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Young Hero by Shane Langnes



With his butler gone and his alien past revealed, the boy is sent to an orphanage where he discovers his powers. The ability to see the next morning is one of the first powers which, after a few late night predictions, compels the corrupt owners of the Orphanage to attempt to exploit him for profit. Their hopes are dashed when they discover that he can only predict what happens the next morning if the weather is perfect; in all other cases the predictions are incorrect. Infuriated, the orphanage supervisor beats him, causing his next power to emerge: the ability to sneak away silently during a full moon.

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by Colleen Kimsey



The last time the lights go out, I take my backpack and begin to walk. You aren’t my destination, but when my feet find the familiarity of your green concrete doorstep, there is only a moment of you peering behind a dim door crack before you slip out and follow me into the growing darkness.

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