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Short Story

A Cultural Exchange

by Elena Traina

“Penzance is the end of the line, if you know what I mean,” one of you said to us, eventually. We knew it: we had travelled on the train all the way ...read the full piece >>

Flash Fiction

A Mute Morning

by Sara Siddiqui Chansarkar

The dusty blades of the ceiling fan were still. The Summer storm last night with claps of lightning, gales of wind, and lashes of rain, had knocked ...read the full piece >>

Flash Fiction

Dead Girl Summer

by Saumya Sawant

Hot summer days, we perspire, existing only in those moments when your broken AC kicks to life, blows out stale cold air. Summer of our seventeenth ...read the full piece >>

Flash Fiction

Male Monthly Epistaxis

by Aydée Tirado

[One or more Wikipedians are currently working on this template. As a result, there may be content gaps or formatting deficiencies.] Male monthly ...read the full piece >>

Flash Fiction

Selenium

by Hader Morsy

One-way flights are generally more expensive than return ones (per flight). The Syrian civil war is the second deadliest conflict of the 21st century ...read the full piece >>

Short Story

The Fern Flower

by J.B. Polk

It was the last day of our holiday in Poland. We’d already visited Malbork, the biggest medieval castle in the world, and the Wolf’s Lair, Hitler’s ...read the full piece >>

Short Story

The Girl in the Yellow Painting

by Taslim Burkowicz

“Cocksucker. Shit. Fuck.” Rina looks around the café in Guildford, wondering if anyone has heard her. Her Tourette’s is ten times worse when she is ...read the full piece >>

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