Black-comedy stories, books, poems, and more

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A short story written for the Imaginarium House prompt -- '19 Miles'. Read More

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Comments: 7

Shelves: 1

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Please note that this is intended to be read as a black comedy. I'll put a trigger warning on it, just in case. Read More
This is the story of how eleven obscure monsters-Amihan, Chailai, Ava, Hideki, Tengfei, Darshwana, Kuparr, Fluffenheimer, Fenella, Mitsuyo, and Alsoomse-tried and failed to overthrow the US government. Read More

Reads: 316

Comments: 6

The Booksie Classic House

A group of university students try their hand at armed robbery. It goes badly. Read More
Daniel had saved up to make this a good Christmas for his kids. Why was he always such a failure? Read More
Philadelphia's legendary Italian Market is the setting for a series of murders that sets the neighborhood asunder, while one of its most respected families finds itself in the midst of a shocking dilemma. Read More

Tags: black-comedy

Detective Constable Lawson begins his first day as an officer in Dóchas Scotland, a place the locals romantically refer to as Hope Town. He's done his research and knows about the weird and wonderful things that go on there, and that makes him determined to join the small, overstretched police… Read More
Kith, Kin & Atrocities is a short story which narrates the atrocities by friends and family in a hospital while a man is admitted in ICU. The story is written from the standpoint of his son mixed humor well with philosophy. If you like dark humor or black comedy, then… Read More

Book / Thrillers

April 16, 2015

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Comments: 2

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A city filled with weirdos, wonders, heroes and villains. A city where only the fittest survive. An idea I got after watching a Pulp Fiction (by Quentin Tarantino), Reservoir Dogs (also by Quentin Tarantino)and an anime called DRRR (by Ryogo Narita). This is a homage to those two incredible artists… Read More
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