Monthly Archives: October 2012

You’ll Wake The Dead

You’ll Wake The Dead by Joseph Grant It wasn’t my idea to conduct such an experiment; in reality, it was my stupid friend from MIT who shall remain nameless but not blameless. Not that he is of a sub-par intelligence; … Continue reading

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Paul Brazill

The Brain Salad Murders – A Roman Dalton Story. by Paul D. Brazill The search was invariably fruitless. The path was cluttered with the debris of the past. The parade of childhood humiliations always led him down blind alleys. Religion … Continue reading

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Tucked Away

Tucked Away By Jeanette Cheezum Mid nineteen fifties The closet door slammed. It wouldn’t do any good for little Cathy to cry, stomp, or scream. Grandma would cut a switch and use it when she returned. She wouldn’t do now … Continue reading

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Joseph Grant

The Town Gossip By Joseph Grant Along the row of six, over-stuffed, beige, leather recliners sat an equal amount of over-stuffed, beige, leathery skinned reclined females. They were getting their talons sharpened and shaped, all the while sharpening their tongues … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Rusted Tracks Traveling on rusted tracks Inhaling heat from a scorching sun I seek tranquility in Lake Trasimeno’s reflection And I hear the clangor of a long forgotten battle Blood staining the once pure waters I wonder when it will … Continue reading

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