Fiction, and a little airport anxiety.
by William Keiser on December 3, 2016
Doña Dolores was a wretched woman.
by Oscar Mahoney on October 2, 2016October 2, 2016
The first stone was one I knew. Flaking and grey and dusty. A driveway stone – from my driveway. Who breaks a person’s dining room window with a stone from that same person’s driveway?
by Paul Schorin on July 23, 2017September 4, 2017
“Dad, there’s something in the pool.”
by Oscar Mahoney on April 24, 2016
Maybe he would drop the umbrella, walk away with long strides, and not even glance back at the girl with the ladybug canvas at her feet.
by Lavinia Liang on April 3, 2016April 6, 2016
“The very first thing he felt was a dulled twinge of fear that breathing seemed to take so much exceptional effort, but even that was killed off very quickly.”
by A C Gray on July 23, 2017August 11, 2017
The sky looked like a bowl of discarded mussel shells. Tom thought this must have been the kind of dusk his grandfather fought and died under.
by Evan Coles on November 8, 2014November 9, 2014
“Starfish, whose name marry the sky and the sea – the opposite ends of the world, also have in them a
bit of both: the practical will to live of fish, as well as the saintly detachment of stars.”
by Khanh Vu on March 31, 2019March 31, 2019
Until the February of his eleventh year, Joseph Cohen felt an inordinate kind of sympathy for all earthly things he encountered, even—and in some moods, especially—for inanimate objects.
by Giri Nathan on May 2, 2013May 6, 2013
“A Persian, an American, a Russian, and a Frenchman walk into a bar—”
by Liza Milov on November 19, 2017November 17, 2017
Come on down to Bailey’s Pool World, where the Bailey’s family has everything you need to meet all your pool satisfaction needs!
by Terry O'Shea on November 30, 2013November 30, 2013
Sometimes the world has a way of telling you when you have a calling.
by Abby Van Soest on November 18, 2018November 17, 2018
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with a B?