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STRAY by Ken McGrath

Nigel cursed when he hit the pigeon. It had flown from the bushes in a manic flurry before smacking off the headlight with a wet bang. “Crap,” he thought as he continued on out the driveway. “I’ll just deal with … Continue reading

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TEETH by Izabella Grace

Carl finds me in the attic, barefoot and crouched beside the crumpled, brown envelope. Moonlight streaks the uneven boards, glistening like water on the scattered, nude photographs of Mia. He steps towards them, reaching for my beautiful, missing, older sister, … Continue reading

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TEETH by Izabella Grace (alternate version)

You find me in the attic, barefoot and crouched beside the crumpled, brown envelope. Moonlight streaks the uneven boards, glistening like water on the scattered, nude photographs of Mia. You step towards them, reaching for my beautiful, missing, older sister, … Continue reading

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THE ILLITERACY OF HORROR by Joseph J. Patchen

I am always amazed at the cruelty of editors; at the surgical precision at which they can destroy a perfectly crafted work. I am also always amazed at their contempt for writers, particularly young and new scribes as well as … Continue reading

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JUST A SWEET TRANSVESTITE FROM TRANSEXUAL, TRANSYLVANIA

  So why don’t you stay for the night? Or maybe a bite? I could show you my favourite obsession. I’ve been making a man with blond hair and a tan And he’s good for relieving my tension

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GOING VIRAL (A POP CULTURE APOCALYPSE) by Bosley Gravel

Grab a copy of Infernal Ink Magazine (vol. 3 issue 1 for January 2014) which contains my short story “Going Viral (Pop Culture Apocalypse).  “Going Viral (Pop Culture Apocalypse)” by Bosley Gravel: After the zombie plague, late-night television looks a little different, … Continue reading

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MONSTER PARTY by Bosley Gravel

A brand new bizzaro short is up Festival of Writing.  A bizarre and heartfelt ode to the great American pop culture apocalypse. Monster Party I’m knuckle deep in a tranny named Angel Dust – no wings and no memories. Fappin’ … Continue reading

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  * * * Kafei Arouma happens to be madly in love with Ana, who is his muse and his world. He is an artist, a poet, a writer, a musician, and most of all a painter. Kafei Arouma likes … Continue reading

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ENGULF by H.L. Pauff

“Captain, for the love of all that is holy, we need to open the airlock now.” Raker shook the captain by the shoulders hoping to snap him out of his haze, but Captain Tiller would not move. His gaze remained … Continue reading

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NURSING HOMES ARE FOR LOVERS by Katherine Sanger

Her fingers clawed the phone from the cradle on the second ring. “Hello?” “Is Ruth there?” “This is,” Ruth said, shifting to seduction mode. “This is Randy. I saw your ad on ‘Stranger Hook-Ups.com’…” Randy trailed off, not sure what … Continue reading

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