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79. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

Saturday, November 18th, 8:00pm
Drommen (and Edward)

Drommen sits at the window. Edward takes the seat beside him.

Drommen: What the hell are you doing back? 227 more words

Humor

Pushing Forward Back

We landed at Dulles, took the president to an armoured limousine as his wife fed him pills and lifted a bottle of water to his lips, telling him it would be okay. 1,360 more words

Women

How Sharks Are Smart

Science reporter James Henretty found the two sharing notes on the beach at the Encrucijada Reserve. They easily agreed to an interview.

James said, “I understand you’re combining animal DNA with Human DNA. 128 more words

Short Fiction

Youthful Lusts

“I swear you get better looking with every year…” Her sexual peak, her full figure physique. I dream of my hands disappearing underneath her shirt, eyes closed, feeling the topography of her, letting every curve and bump shape the image of her naked body in my mind’s eye. 405 more words

Fiction

If centuries become seconds

FICTION

This story came about while I was having an existential moment: not a personal crisis, but thinking about humanity, and how it could very easily be at a tipping point right now. 2,448 more words

Fiction

Three weeks to go

Twenty-one days. At this point in my countdown, I find myself overloaded with assignments and mindlessly staring at my laptop while words triple themselves and blur off the screen. 139 more words

Short Fiction

Piles of free ebooks!!

I’m in a festive mood with Thanksgiving around the corner and then my favorite holiday. Christmas! I can’t even tell you how much I love this holiday that I turn into a season all of its own. 142 more words

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