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Month: November 2015

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Coffee in the Morning by Russ Bickerstaff

She sat there with her hands around a cup of coffee looking out the window at passing traffic. Tomack Alto tried not to stare, but she was a total stranger sitting there in his kitchen in the early morning and she had come to his door speaking something to him that he had never expected to hear. She had told […]

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Shut In by Jill Hand

The first time it happened I was eating a Western omelette at a diner on Route 1, thinking about nothing in particular.  All of a sudden, my heart started to pound like a jackhammer and I broke into a sweat.  The funky, sixties-style hanging lamps over the counter suddenly seemed too bright and the music playing softly in the background […]

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Swastika Poop, WTF?

When conversing about the news and what not it’s easy to hear a comment about how the media covers shit. This comment is then followed by laughs and mutual agreement, usually. Yet, it’s 2015 and the media seems completely ignorant that it has now literally covered shit. If that word offends you, please note that I’m using it as a […]

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The Accident on Mitchell Street by Jacob M Lambert

Heels scuffing the hardwood of the foyer, the couple dashed through the open door and out into the frosty October wind, the pungent scent of their deodorized bodies lingering behind them—lilies, aftershave, and musk all rolled into a single funk. And Ellie Masterson, who’d seen this happen at least twice a day, simply pressed the clipboard to her chest, sighed, […]

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ZOMBIES HAVE RIGHTS, TOO

Zombies have rights, don’t they? After all, they’re humans reanimated with a second-life because of God, mad science, or strange medicine. A zombie doesn’t choose to come back, they’re forced to come back. This undead rotter would have you believe that zombies are entitled to rights and that shows like The Walking Dead perpetuate negative zombie stereotypes that harm the […]