• Interoffice by Colin Alexander

    Glen wasn’t her first office affair.  She’d hoped he’d be her last. She was a toxic tort attorney, a fancy way of saying she represented towns poisoned by local industry.  Her life was depositions, hotels, the office.  She couldn’t remember the color of the walls in her apartment. The men available to her tended to […]

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  • Lazarus Party by Colin Alexander

    They’d died three times in the last six months.  Billy brought them back. Tonight’s score was hard won, evidenced by the blood stain on the lapel of Trina’s jean jacket.  “You were supposed to scare him!” she’d cried, Billy dragging her and the contents of the John’s wallet out of the alley. “Not everyone gets […]

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