Month: January 2018

Janet Clare ~ Flight

Carol brought the baby home and put him in the bassinet, then sat on the edge of the bed staring at him. He slept peacefully while she toyed with a loose [...]

Jon Kemsley Clark ~ White

We were half way through the second course before she mentioned it. Quite in passing. Not that she came out and said it directly. Just in passing as if it was [...]

Sandra Kolankiewicz ~ Four Poems

Like a Tranquil Island Of course I ran out of time, just barely begun before I had to board, right as I discovered at last the best part of the city, the [...]

Samuel J. Adams ~ Everybody Did

It’s my nineteenth birthday and I’m swimming with ten friends in a quarry when this old man with a big beard comes charging across the lawn. He’s one of [...]