Goodfellow By Andrew Klavan

Goodfellow By Andrew Klavan

Goodfellow By Andrew Klavan ; I dreamed I was running through an open field at dusk, my mother calling to me in the distance. Then I woke up. There was a dead woman on the floor. Blood everywhere. Fists banging on the door. Voices shouting: “Open up! Open up!” I sat...
@Mercury’s “Fake” Message by Ann Bridges

@Mercury’s “Fake” Message by Ann Bridges

@Mercury's "Fake" Message By Ann Bridges ; LAWYERS, JUDGES AT FINAL STANDOFF IN STORMY AFFAIRPRESIDENT’S APPROVAL PLUMMETS OVER FAILED MILITARY ACTIONS [Silicon Valley: Author Ann Bridges, contributing reporter to this story] VICTOR: A rock crashed through the window,...
Café I By Curtis Edmonds

Café I By Curtis Edmonds

Café I By Curtis Edmonds ; The best restaurant in the history of the city of New York closed forever last year, and it was all my fault. It was a modest little place in the center of a long row of squat gray buildings, tucked in between a yoga studio and a plumbing...
Plight of the Locusts By David Walls-Kaufman

Plight of the Locusts By David Walls-Kaufman

Plight of the Locusts By David Walls-Kaufman ; “Remy, I am going to go over the border.” The twenty-year-old woman hefts their small boy. “What do you mean? When did you decide to start thinking like this again?” Tippy ducks his head and shrugs. “Bernardo and Felix...