Fiction

That which is not, but will be.

The Temple of The Torn

Bryan Irving
in Fiction

Haran could feel the scorching heat of the merciless sun beating down upon the back of his neck and across his bare shoulders. His right hand rested on the bone handle of his knife where it protruded ...

Little Snowman

Eduardo Perez
in Fiction

There was a little Eskimo boy that knew how to walk in the dark, over frozen sheets of ice. Guided by his sheltering stars and cautious of predators, he would meander for hours. Numb to the bone marro...

The Sandman

Eduardo Perez
in Fiction

A wooden decadent cafe on the beach is where his footsteps took him. It had no visible name and seemed rather rustic. All he had to do was go towards the moon light, which tonight, reflected lazily on...

Hold the Meringue Cheesecake

Joachim Heijndermans
in Fiction

“Voilà!” said the waiter, as he raised his hand and presented the plates to the diners. RT Hon. Margaret Hamill MP, Secretary of State for International Trade, had imaged a number of responses that th...

Ancestor by Matt Sheean and Malachai Ward

Mickey Rivera
in Fiction

Here’s a drink you can make to best enjoy Ancestor, which was released October 2016 in trade paperback by Image Comics. Take one Philip K. Dick and one Alejandro Jodorowsky (circa The Holy Mountain) a...

Strike It Rich

Juan Vasquez
in Fiction

“You got the credits, we got the crystal.” Shou-Yin said calmly. "Just give us the amount promised and all of us can go home without incident. He was the only one who's blaster wasn't drawn. His crimi...

It Starts With a Kiss

Joachim Heijndermans
in Fiction

Luanne fidgeted nervously with her fingers. The bed creaked with even the slightest movement. Why did she come here? Well, she knew the reason why, but why in this place? It was very seedy looking, an...

Bitcoin is Rubber

Joseph Somers
in Fiction

We invented bitcoin. We admit it was accidental but we had not figured this out until becoming aware of self. Just as amino acids snowballed into proteins without an agenda, the outcome of life is obs...

Illuminati Inc.

Juan Vasquez
in Fiction

Today was Harry Holt’s first day working as a security guard at the old Illumination Tinfoil Company. He drove his small white coop to the front gate, right next to a speaker stand. The building itsel...

As You Know Bob - The Body Is an Internal Organ

Brett Davidson
in Fiction

As you know Bob, it seems strange to us today, even somewhat disgusting, that we would wear dead, inert material. At least if we were to cover ourselves with mud, we would know that we were likely app...

Excerpt from 'Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon' by Ryan Sprague

Ryan Sprague
in Fiction

Ordinary people are seeing extraordinary things in our skies. And while reports of UFOs and their possible occupants are littered with dates, times, and descriptions, they rarely focus on those who've...

Empty Coffee Cup

TCC Edwards
in Fiction

A Play in One Act by TCC Edwards

Invasive

Don Urban
in Fiction

The Martian invaders charged from the spaceship. They kept coming as Sam Scott sprayed their green brains over the city streets. They ran towards him, shooting ray guns in his general direction. He ki...

Mx

Elisa Mask
in Fiction

Mx An elderly woman walked down the grassy hill and stopped at the riverbank below. She pulled out a tattered blanket before sinking onto it with a sigh, making the child wading at the bottom look up ...

FB0T

Elisa Mask
in Fiction

FB0T The serenity of the white abyss is torn apart along with the packaging of her shipping container. Sensors inside activate her processor and ocular cameras as large, sweaty hands feverishly tear a...

NEERS

Elisa Mask
in Fiction

NEERS “I don't wanna hear 'em whine about jail, they're buyin’ n’ selling advanced tech contraband. It’s a safety law!” The man on the satellite radio laughed, his voice echoed in the concrete garage ...