Short Fiction

Deep Space Cartel by Nico Salazar

SHORT FICTION By Brian Polk

SHORT FICTION By Brian Polk Art by Future Fantasy Delight Published Issue 085, January 2021 Workout Apps Are A Lot Of Work “How long did you have the app?” I asked him. Pete had told me about this workout app that he downloaded, but then I kind of zoned out and missed some of the …

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Daniel Lobosco The Sleeping Fields

THE MARSH HOUSE: JOEL TAGERT

THE MARSH HOUSE By Joel TagertPublished Issue 065, May 2019 The marsh house was heavily ensorcelled. Invisible to airplanes and satellites, it likewise defeated the occasional hunter or fisherman who ventured so far, who might admire the reflection of the trees in the still ponds below, but never notice the quirky red-sided home floating forty …

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Yamazaki Whiskey

UNPUBLISHED: LEVI NOE

UNPUBLISHEDBy Levi NoePublished Issue 020, August 2015 Duct tape, one 15 foot rubber hose, Yamazaki whiskey, and a steak burrito from Chipotle, extra hot sauce. He wasn’t doing this on an empty stomach. It wasn’t a long list for such a permanent solution. He thought of adding more to it, but couldn’t find the justification. …

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Alleyway by Shaun Gillies

MANY NOBLE NAMES: JASON HELLER

MANY NOBLE NAMESBy Jason HellerPublished Issue 009, September 2014 Blood was nothing new on that boulevard. Trails of it appeared on the sidewalks about once a month, shed we assumed by someone beaten or stabbed during the night. Sometimes the blood looked like rust. Other times it was redder and fresher, perhaps dripped on the …

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