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Josef gives Charlotte an insight into her abilities.

Missed the rest of Charlotte’s adventures? Find the chronological list on the Weekly Serial page.

London – 1839… 1,042 more words


A lifetime ago and only yesterday

I take one step, another. The air’s thick with decay. The taste of leafmould coats my tongue, makes it slippery against my teeth. I’d forgotten how it tastes, but now it’s as if there’s never been anything else. 255 more words

Giveaway: The Dublin Review, issue 65

Secret. Best thing about having a story in The Dublin Review? (Revolution postage stamps aside.) Earning a contributor listing below Antonin Artaud, whose ‘ 100 more words


Huffington Post's Interview w/Editors of Lez Talk

Working with BLF Press, Stephanie Allen and Lauren Cherelle has been an amazing experience. I’m so proud of Lez Talk.

Read the Huffington Post interview  and learn how Stephanie and Lauren decided to work together. 26 more words

Lez Talk Anthology

15-Minute Writing Challenge - 12/9/2016

15-minute writing exercise
Suggestion: “Yellow”
This week, I will only write in dialogue.

“The sunflowers came in nicely.”

“Sure did, Grandma.”

“Hand me that spray bottle.” 403 more words

Creative Writing

FICTION: Fear by Debasree Banerjee

“Tony Carvalho, that’s it!” the young man dressed in khaki uniform occasionally peered into one of the hovels on either side of the filthy, wet and slippery alleyway up which he walked towards the ‘90 Feet Road’.  4,823 more words


Tyler's Holy Ghost

We are apostles that break bread in a dead heaven. We crawl on our knees looking for the scabs that we have discarded. We slip on the puss from our running sores in broad daylight. 451 more words