Category Archives: Fiction

Mary Has a Guest For Dinner

Welcome to the ongoing adventure of Mary! We’re so excited for you to turn into our favorite daytime soap opera! Now that you’re here, treat yourself to a recap of last night’s episode! As you may have heard by now, … Continue reading

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The Ongoing Adventures of Mary #3

For yesterday’s installment, follow the hyperlink here: The Ongoing Adventure of Mary Mary, can you hear me? Oh Tom, is that you? Yes, it is me, your dead husband, come to tell you the good news! Jesus is here! Can you … Continue reading

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the quest for the perfect vagina: starring stephanie germotta taylor swift michael medlen

iceland seems nice   still can find   i look for god for protection jesus mite come to yu tho pray again   what did he say jesus says hi don’t worry tonite   god how can mike and steph … Continue reading

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A Very Very Short Story

It was down that thin line known as Route 24 that I found company in the presence a girl. Fresh faced at 19, she was just a baby. I lived in Toledo and drove an hour to see her. Our … Continue reading

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The Creator

Tom Daranbout sat at the end of the long dining room table, staring at the gray walls around him. At one point they had been a cream color. His face hid behind a long gray beard. He wore a worn … Continue reading

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Coping with Disaster: A Manic’s Tale

John woke up in a hospital bed. There was nothing but bare walls and a door with small slit through which he could see a nurse’s station. He had no idea how or why he was there. With nothing but … Continue reading

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Heather’s Sway

  “Guess what, Jimmy?” “What?” “I said guess, silly.” Wrinkles formed on James’s forehead as he pretended to concentrate. He forgot how girls could be. “You’re drunk,” he said. “Well, yeah. But that’s not it. Try again.” “You got me.” … Continue reading

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