January 27, 2018

The Last of Weakness by Robert Cole

  THE LAST OF WEAKNESS   Scene 1   [ Open meadow at dawn. Father’s legs mow down yards of rye. There is a clearing and […]
January 26, 2018

Perfection by Anum Sattar

  Perfection   Loved the non-native spray, the gardener might have, but he could not commit to cultivate this weed   that started as a cluster […]
January 25, 2018

Intruder by Jessica Bonder

  Give it three days and it falls out of you like the baby it was meant to prevent you from. Its movement, its exit, is […]
January 24, 2018

Two Stories by Viviane Vives

*First published in The Write Launch. Sandra Fluck, editor. * Lake and Sea             Lake Travis, Texas, May 15, 2015   Writing is talking to dead people, […]