• Courtesy Call by T.L. Huchu

    “You on a job and you pick up your phone? “Probably was curious to see if it was me. Okay, I get it, but I still think it’s sloppy. “Ever heard of something called triangulation? “See, your phone broadcasts your co-ordinates everywhere you go to the nearest cell phone towers. That’s how cops know you […]

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  • Sweet Junie by Shannon Barber

    The man sitting in front of me is rubbing his lips with ugly greasy looking fingers. “So, you’re really telling me you did the work? You are Sweet Billy’s girl? I didn’t know he liked dark meat.” I want to hit him in the mouth; instead I let him continue trying to see up my […]

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  • A Proper Welcome by Joe Okonkwo

    Reese reached for the door. His hand trembled. He breathed, pushed it open. Every head in the place snapped toward him. It looked like night inside. Smoky, too. A few tables. A bar. A single light-bulb in the middle of the ceiling. Candles here and there. A pianist tapped on a ramshackle piano with yellowing ivories, some of them missing.

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