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NEW!
SISTERS
by Eiffi Savette

"Kelley was the best friend I had ever known. As I look back on all of the years we spent growing up in Portland, Oregon, I now realize how many things we missed out on experiencing together. Kelley had a twin sister, whose name was Kyley.

The fact is, I never liked her sister and her sister in turn, liked me even less. Such a situation might ordinarily have been merely an inconvenience, had it not been for the fact that they were not ordinary sisters. Kyley and Kelley were
..."

Strange
Posted on 01/27/2007
3 pages

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NEW!
PICASSO'S MODEL
by Danny Zil

"Salvador Dali drew on his cigarette - which wasn't really necessary, as there were a couple of blank sketch pads on the table beside him.

Zigo watched. "Always like to be different, eh Salvador ?" she remarked. Zigo was a part-time model and a full-time prostitute. She just adored pea and ham broth - as long as it was made with real urine
..."

Strange
Posted on 01/27/2007
1 page

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NEW!
ONLY ON JUPITER
by Ed Bread

"I left the heater on. It was my fault. I admit it. No one was hurt. At least I have that on my side. So, while the cops and judges and whoever sort the details, I'm forced to live out here in Arizona with my Uncle Proosteau. None of my friends or family in California wanted to offer me temporary refuge, and like fuck I'm gonna stay in a public shelter, so it's Arizona..."

Strange
Posted on 01/20/2007
5 pages

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NEW!
TURKEY JERKY
By Flymepassion (aka Christine, Christa and Catwoman)

"
Once upon a time there lived a boy named, Robert Duran (no he was not affiliated with the popular 80's band Duran Duran). Rob was interested in many things, but what interested him the most was…Thanksgiving. All the food, happy times and relatives.

Humor
Posted on 01/20/2007
1 page

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Whatever Happened to Mr. Sockforahead?
By
Joshua Blac

"...Fiona had found something interesting, and was poking it with a stick.

'What is it?' she asked, batting her wind-tousled hair out of her face.

Billy knelt down to get a better look. At first he thought it was a stranded sea-creature that had dried out in the sun, but it turned out to be a sock -- no, a sock-puppet.

Bizarre
Posted on 08/22/2006
6 pages

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DESTINY OF THE BONES
BY Bradley Mason Hamlin

"Ace looked at the sun with his eyes semi-protected by black shades. For a moment he wondered if he could tell the time from the position the big ball held in the sky. He shrugged his shoulders. No one cares what time it is on the beach. He put the meat on the tree trunk and slammed the sharp cleaver down onto the animal flesh, turning the little creatures into..."

Bizarre
Posted on 05/24/2006
1 page

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WITH NECTAL ARTERY THROBBING
by Delo White

"...all I had to do was look down at the scar that ran from my chest to my stomach to remember how my fixation started. I had a hole in my heart that required open heart surgery. They cut me open like a turkey. I used to tell people that I'd prefer a hole in the heart to a hole in the..."

Humor / Bizarre
Posted on 05/10/2006
5 pages

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ONION MAN
by Polina Danilyuk

"Olaf isn't like you and me. You and me, we're sitting, baking, locked up in a stuffy school library, reading stories to each other. Olaf, he barely speaks a word of English. Until today, he's never even been to the U.S.. Today, he lands in San Francisco for the first time, and probably for the last time, for he intends to stay..."

Strange
Posted on 04/26/2006
2 pages

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RATS, REDNECKS, & RETRIBUTION
by Rob Rosen

"Jeb shut up quick as a wink. His brother had a short fuse and it was no fun setting if off. In fact, it was downright dangerous. The sheriff learned that the hard way - hard like a hammer across the skull. The bloody image streaked across Jeb's..."

Strange / Humor
Posted on 04/12/2006
3 pages

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THERE IS A SERIAL KILLER LIVING NEXT DOOR...
by PS Gifford

"I am going to bloody catch him! He abruptly tried to explain, rather surprised at the sudden adrenalin which was now racing through his system..."

Humor
Posted on 04/05/2006
1 page

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DO IT YOURSELFER (Part fiction, part truth)
by
Mark Plaster, MD
Founder and editor-in-chief of
Emergency Physicians Monthly
as well as a practicing Emergency Physician

"When we finally came to rest, I was spread-eagled over an obese, senile naked lady in a lake of diarrhea.."

Humor
Posted on 04/05/2006
2 pages

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STARLIGHT
by Henrick Glutonlumps

"'What a way to spend my fortieth birthday,' Sam thought as he stared at the flashing calendar on the bottom of his screen - March 7th 2134. He stretched awkwardly in his pilot seat, 'still, I have got to pay the bills, and when I arrive back on Earth in six days, boy will there be a party!" Blitz, his beloved catog licks the back of his hand reassuringly.( It had been a stroke of genius when he had cloned his last dog and cat into one..."

Science Fiction / Humor
Posted on 03/28/2006
1 page

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SINGING IN MOUTHS
by Jerry Vilhotti

"Byrom Hoover Bush was named after the great poet - who went to Greece to help the people regain a semblance of freedom for a people who refused to give up their liberties for a pseudo sense of security promised by their "masters elite" whom his father "the Old Warrior" worshipped telling Byrom constantly in his most contemptuous dazzling..."

Strange
Posted on 03/28/2006
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DEADSVILLE: RANDY
BY Eddie L. Whitlock

"By the time the sun set on the first full day of the crisis, Sheriff Tommy Jennings was no longer convinced that it was mass hysteria. He was convinced that he had done what politicians rarely did in the face of a crisis: He had under-reacted. He pictured..."

Science Fiction
Posted on 03/21/2006
10 pages

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TOLD YOU SO
by Steve Wilkins

"Penfold Stekins (or Smiley as he was known, or rather had been known, to his close friends) had no idea whether it was night or day. No idea of the date. No idea of anything much really.

He only knew one thing.

Spiders..."

Strange
Posted on 03/09/2006
3 pages

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THE JUDGMENT
by P.S. Gifford

"Yes, yes.." Frank managed to stammer. "I had stopped off for a few pints and a steak and Kidney pie after a long day at the office."
There are murmurs from the jurors, as they look shaking their heads at the defendant.
"And further is it true, that you drunk more than you should of..."

Mystery
Posted on 03/01/2006
2 pages

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THE MISSION
by
S. Michael Leier

"The cold dark basement smelled of rotting mold and stagnant water. Cobwebs lined the floor joists above moving only slightly to the wind of Larry's breath. A pinprick of light showed through small holes in a window that had been painted black. The rest of the..."

Suspense
Posted on 02/22/2006
5 pages

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OF SQUIRRELS AND MEN
by The Peppercorn Kid

"You know what they say about squirrels and politics. But as much as I try to avoid it, there are those unfortunate times when I find myself caught in a discussion about the furry little critters. And then what am I supposed to do, not mention the fact that squirrels are plotting to take over the..."

Humor
Posted on 02/22/2006
2 pages

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TIPS ON PICKING UP GIRLS (FOR WHORES)
by
Michael Jones

"I'm sorry to say that your hopes, your dreams of having inconsequential sex with something other than that plastic vagina you bought off of E-bay are going to be crushed, because this is a guide for female prostitutes..."

Humor
Posted on 02/14/2006
2 pages

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OLD AGE
By Erin Renee Hune Glover

"A cabinet door creaks, and then a can opener grinds unwillingly into service. The woman returns to the couch,