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two teenagers try to talk things out after one of them tries to commit suicide.
A women spends a sleepless night working up the nerve to hand divorce papers to her husband the next day.
On a mundane metro ride, the ruminations of two very different people soon seems to show more poignant and tragic implications. A story about how people's dreams and fears show themselves up in the most common place stream of thoughts.
By Daniel Mullaney
Judd and Joyce are an ederly couple that have lost love. They explore how to rekindle their feelings for each other in a far from usual way.
By Liam Cooper
A metafictional memoir from the desk of the man in the future who those have deemed the returned Jesus. Please feel free to print it and post it on telephone poles around your town!
By Armen Melikian
At turns heartbreaking and diabolically funny, Journey to Virginland is an avant-garde tour de force, delivered by a master storyteller.
The protagonist, a loutish and uber-cerebral antihero known simply as Dog, takes on the challenge to navigate the perilous paradigm shifts of our age,...
Since the discovery of his richly furnished tomb in 1922, Tutankhamen has ascended to an afterlife no pharaoh in ancient Egyptâ€™s 3,000-year civilization could have imagined. His reign was brief, circa 1336-1327 B.C. Historians had previously known so little about him that they were not...
By Mystery Lover
Hub of Joyce T. Strand, the author
By Burnest Hemingway
A man attempts to use the telephone.
Nicholas Coine hadn't always felt alone. Or maybe he had, he just didn't tell anyone. He was just a boy from Kinsymre.
Ever since he was little, people seemed to walk out of his life, only there to take more and more of his shattered soul without returning the favor. The only woman he ever...
A quick reconnection with your Higher Power will get you grounded, focused, and clear with your path in life and certainly, with your pen in hand (or fingers on keypad).
A MAN GOES TO DUBLIN.
Poetry | Updated May 4, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A 2-3 page analysis of the first chapter in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
By Dean Mckeane
For my mother Joyce Mckeane which i miss so very much.
Poetry | Updated Nov 11, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A Corpse for Yew - Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat
As you read the excerpt below, picture a group of elderly ladies, all members of the Shamrock Historical Society due to their ancestors and proud of it. Picture these ladies standing in the middle of a cow pasture as...