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Category Archives: short story
By Mark Mellon The moon shone full on Babylon that foredoomed night. Thousands of torches burned outside the walls. The Assyrians ringed the city round. The air rang with shouted commands and battle drums’ thunder as infantry mounted a night … Continue reading
by Andrew Openshaw Momentary blackness, followed by a bright flash, then Henry became aware of himself again. His damaged eyes meant he couldn’t focus, but he could make out a faint outline of his surroundings. That was enough; Henry knew … Continue reading
By Andy Tu Click again. Dig a little deeper. You’re scared shitless, you’ll admit that much, but no one ever got anywhere listening to that voice inside their head, telling them to stop when things become difficult. And this … Continue reading
by Steve Carr It was one of those nights. You know the kind of night I mean. The kind of night where you’re tortured by the heat. The kind of night when you’re alone in a cheap hotel and there’s … Continue reading
By Armarna Forbes Three sharp knocks banged on Lionel’s bedroom door. His mother’s muffled voice sounded agitated on the other side. “Lionel! You promised you were going to take care of that mess outside yesterday!” Startled, he yelled out a … Continue reading
A Dark Tale by Aaron Hull He was at his desk with his headphones on, watching something loud and hard, so he didn’t hear her come up the stairs. Didn’t hear the click of the safety disengage. Didn’t hear the … Continue reading
A Twisted Tale by Tom J Perrin “Olsson, what the fuck is that meagre excuse for a report?” Meet James ‘Jim’ Olsson, a 40 something seemingly stuck in a dead end finance job like many others, and with a complete … Continue reading
A Twisted Tale by Sarah Beaudette 3,462 people responded to Mitchell’s tweet, all of them asking where to send their donations. Mitchell thanked each person from the bottom of his heart and gave the address of his brother’s cold storage … Continue reading
A Terrible Tale by Tom J Perrin Selfie /’sεlfi’/ Noun Informal A photograph that one takes of oneself, typically taken with a smartphone or webcam, and shared via Social Media — The familiar click of the camera’s shutter annoyed everyone … Continue reading