Fiction

The Shipwreck Survivor by Rebecca Lartigue

The Shipwreck Survivor by Rebecca Lartigue

It was like being dizzy, even when I was standing still. At first I hated the rocking of the deck, the rolling in my stomach, my eyes’ inability to still the world. After a few days I came to love the sea air, salted and […]

Head under Water by Neil Serven

Head under Water by Neil Serven

If they liked you, they’d remember you. And every once in a while a kid pops back in to say hello. A little fuller in the face, a little more run-down. Out of the Army or Marines with erect posture, rounder head, clearer gaze. The […]

X and Y by Chris Milea

X and Y by Chris Milea

The primrose will live on this planet for X more years; the main contribution to its desolation will be climate change or Y. More children are born every day than people who die; yet X children die daily because of Y. Sometimes, I know the […]

Lunker by Samantha Pilecki

Lunker by Samantha Pilecki

Eddie stomped down to the fishing hole. The path used to be a place of beauty, but not any longer. Now, that beauty had faded into normalcy. The wind kicked up and Eddie squinted against a gust of pollen, annoyed. Yeah, yeah, yeah, the mountains, […]