“Stillness had never seemed so distant from serenity.”
by Mia Salas on March 10, 2019March 9, 2019
I: For a neurotic weenie you sure seem to be a man of action.
L: Yeah, well sometimes.
by Samuel Bollen on April 24, 2016October 2, 2016
The Nass enters the wide world of surrealist fiction.
by BT Hayes on April 25, 2021April 24, 2021
Who said pen pals couldn’t be best friends?
by Peter Schmidt on October 7, 2018October 6, 2018
We spent approximately 30 hours talking about everything from the nature of the universe to the limitations of the human mind. The usual stuff. We sat on the corner of a couch outside a library; the couch was blue. Nothing … Read More
by Charlie Cohen on March 6, 2016March 7, 2016
“Did the pulsating breadth of her todays and tomorrows eclipse her yesterdays?”
by Anika Khakoo on February 17, 2019February 19, 2019
A short story.
by Michael Sard on December 4, 2008March 17, 2013
“He closed his eyes. Should he be praying right now? He wasn’t sure. He forgot to think about this part.”
by Jane Castleman on September 26, 2021September 24, 2021
“A Persian, an American, a Russian, and a Frenchman walk into a bar—”
by Liza Milov on November 19, 2017November 17, 2017
“how can I cry for someone who doesn’t even know
what’s going on?”
by Liza Milov on April 16, 2017July 20, 2017
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
Vision as a miracle; roadkill as one too, maybe.
by Peter Schmidt on February 18, 2018February 18, 2018
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with an M?