Fiction Jose Carpintero had not seen his wife for one year, but the coyote promised that she would be delivered tonight. He assumed that the smuggler picked this, the longest night of […]
The Man Who Vanished
Fiction David Wilton awoke that Tuesday morning to find that his left ear was missing.
A Labor Day Short Story
House Of Thought, House Of Prayer
[Note: This short story was originally published on November 20, 2017. It was a response to the Sutherland Springs church shooting , which claimed 27 lives. According to Wikipedia, since that […]
Sir Percival and the Holy iGrail
Sir Percival cradled his helmet beneath his metal clad arm and clanked into his son’s sleeping chamber, where young Percy lay upon his straw mattress playing Dragonslayer on his Magic Stone.®
The Matter of Curt Franklin
Bachelor Number Three
Fiction I count 68 guys in line in front of me, all waiting to meet
Suspicious Minds (An Elvis Thanksgiving Story)
Fiction Fact: When you’re working closing shift at the diner you can always expect somebody to walk in just before close. It used to always be Johnny Hays and his little friends […]
Fiction I was pruning Mrs. Woodward’s shrubs when the first men walked past.