Where Are You Going?

Poetry by Ai Jiang.

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Lora Gray May 4, 2022

On This, Our Last Night at Station Six

Original poetry by Lora Gray.

brianlow September 1, 2021

Have You Seen This Hungry Ghost?

In a story that combines traditional Chinese culture with futuristic technology, the protagonist searches for a deceased friend, but carries sinister designs for their reunion.

Heinrich von Wolfcastle October 20, 2020

The Contritionist

The spirit of this psychologist’s trade was never really about talk therapy; it was about helping his patients find contrition for their sins—to help them feel remorse for what they’ve done. And if they can’t find it for themselves, then he will do whatever it takes to make sure they feel it.

Colleen Anderson November 19, 2021

King’s Suit

You need fine clothes to make the man.

Solon Kro August 27, 2021

The Pounding Little Skull Nails

Fred Rowe fears the pounding little skulls nails. The old man hates them. Wishes they’d stop torturing him, because that’s what they do: torture, and — eventually — one day, they’ll finally kill Fred Rowe. Finish him off for good. End it all. Goodbye. Until then — nearly everyday — Fred Rowe sits in his darkness and waits for the pounding little skull nails.

Ed Nobody June 19, 2021

The Skull in the Sky

A beautiful, lyrical, dark creation myth.

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