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Cure for Writer’s Block #002

Cure for Writer’s Block #002 Sometimes, the most difficult thing about writing is just putting the pen to paper – or your fingers on the keyboard. Believe me, I know. But, when I came across this image on Tumblr, the ideas seemed to just come pouring out of me. So, I just wanted to return the favor.   Who do ... Read More »

Haymaker

haymaker by: Adam moursy [hr] waking up at high noon to an ensemble of threats: a shrill sounding alarm, burning retinas, parched insides. and what’s this? a scurrilous message had been delivered via telephone: “hey, motherfucker. it was a bad idea to stick up for that coward last night. you haven’t seen the last of me. better watch your back.” ... Read More »

today’s headlines (July 13, 2012)

today’s headlines (July 13, 2012) by: Adam Moursy [hr] Charlie Sheen Quits Twitter Man Jumps To Death From George Washington Bridge Wendy’s Pervert Hands Out Kiddie Porn With Food Funeral Home Adds Starbucks, Complete With Baristas Tom Won’t Pay Lump Sum To Katie Surfing Goats Ride Waves In California Frazzled Poet Needs A Damn Drink Read More »

The Session

The Session by: Nero Phillips [hr] His eyes darted back and forth over the parking lot as he pulled between the two moving vans. The door squeaked open as he stared at the old building with iron bars and curtains. His entire body shook. They say that happens after awhile, and it’s been nine days without a woman – or ... Read More »

Rush – Dwan Williams

Rush A girl returns home after a rendezvous and recalls the past night’s experience. by: Dawn Williams [hr] It is early afternoon. I’m on the train home, and I’m drifting off to sleep. I don’t want to sleep because I feel like I’ll lose my senses for a moment, thinking about every bit of pleasure that has run through me ... Read More »

Not So Scarlet

Not So Scarlet by: Adam Moursy [hr] I always knew redheads were trouble, but this one was even worse than most. a self-proclaimed “brat,” she carried on about life’s minor curveballs and had this constant look of disinterest, rolling her eyes over and over to drive the point home. at twenty years old, I couldn’t really blame her, especially since ... Read More »

Forsaken by Adam Moursy

forsaken by: Adam Moursy [hr] by God, where did she go? it’s been a week and still no word. I’ve tried to shrug off my melancholia with sad songs, beer and the daily ballgame, but it’s no use. then there’s her fedora, which she left in the living room, and a pair of pink panties under the bed. I always ... Read More »

Heaven Sent

Heaven Sent by Lamar Legend [hr] This was their chance. They both knew it. Somehow, instinctively, they had known that this very second — with the roar of thunder well past overture, and the rush of wind and rain rattling the white-washed walls of a country church — that this was it. Their moment. Now or never. While the rest ... Read More »

An Aisle in Suncook’s General Store

An Aisle in Suncook’s General Store by Lamar Legend [hr] It was a Tuesday afternoon, at around 1:55 PM when Daniel and Mr Suncook’s son, Blue, had exchanged grain. Daniel shouldn’t have even been there. He always got the groceries on Sundays like everybody else in town; though he didn’t at all care for the crowds. And it was because ... Read More »

Chase – by Dwan Williams

Chase A young woman is publicly pursued by a handsome stranger. By: Dwan Williams [hr] You stare at him from across the room. You try not to make eye contact, but it is so difficult to do when he looks so handsome – all clean-shaven with closely cropped hair and tanned skin. You remember that his eyes are brown, deep ... Read More »