It is genetic, and therefore likely, that I’ll lose my mind sooner or later. My old man was crazy and the son of a bitch before him was too. I’m not sure what my mother’s side was like, but if she hadn’t been cuckoo from the start my father sure nudged her in the right … More Short Story Competition 2019 – 1st Place; Land’s End, by Luc de Vries
I never used to drink much. Only a couple beers here and there (I know you know that I am lying. It’s in my nature). This thing though, and it is a thing, it grows. It grows like all things grow and whereas before it seemed fun and made me feel warm, this thing grew … More Short Story Competition 2019 – 2nd Place: Old Sparky, by Alexander Sinclair
40 min flight, 50 pounds a ticket, 20 pounds for the babysitter, it was about fucking time. “It’s so nice to have a day to ourselves.” She whispers into his ear. She wanted to nuzzle her head in the crook of his neck but the economy seats were too rigid for any type of comfort, … More Short Story Competition 2019 – 3rd place: We Really Need The Babysitter Tonight by Jeremy Bernard
Today we’d like to remind you that our annual Short Story Competition is underway. Get those creative juices flowing and send your story, including the sentence ‘Put the gun down, mom.’ by March 18th!