|11 Jul 2008  Watching Alice Die (by Julian X)  Thinking about chest pains, dying, and when Alice put a bag over her head.|
3 Jul 2008  The Basement (by Gabriel Montagné)  A psychological tale.
4 Jun 2008  Drunken Rant (by Julian X)  The creator, caught on tape.
30 Apr 2008  Harsh Country (by Julian X)  Another terrible man ends another failed relationship.
22 Nov 2007  Shedding Skins 7 (of 7) (by Julian X)  In which we conclude our bizarre but wonderfully evocative tale of lizards and coats.
21 Nov 2007  Shedding Skins 6 (of 7) (by Julian X)  In which our protagonist again travels to New Mexico.
20 Nov 2007  Shedding Skins 5 (of 7) (by Julian X)  In which the police get involved.
19 Nov 2007  Shedding Skins 4 (of 7) (by Julian X)  In which everything changes suddenly and without explanation.
18 Nov 2007  Shedding Skins 3 (of 7) (by Julian X)  In which our protagonist finds something odd in the shower.
17 Nov 2007  Shedding Skins 2 (of 7) (by Julian X)  In which our protagonist wanders into the rock and observes a strange ritual.
16 Nov 2007  Shedding Skins 1 (of 7) (by Julian X)  In which our protagonist travels to New Mexico and becomes a father.
2 Nov 2007  The Best that I Can Do (by Julian X)  Adolescence, suicide, meaninglessness, living: how we never get over it, done with a choir of singing voices.
25 Oct 2007  Unwound Storm (by Gregory Wilde)  A story of a man, a singer, who is inside a dream of reality and fiction. At least you won't get a rip off, this story is hardly here or there. Maybe you should read it and become everywhere.
8 Oct 2007  Our Brothers and Sisters Wave Hello and Goodbye From the Fleeting House (by Gregory Wilde)  Meeting love at the fleeting house.
4 Oct 2007  Aphorism (by Julian X)  Because of my respect for him and the difficulty I found in understanding him, I began to write down particular statements of his.
25 Sep 2007  Touch (by Gregory Wilde)  Invested reading in reading that is not invested in time or with people, but within a person that claims to be worldwide in authorship, but cannot and will not let his ego slide to understand the properties of what an author is and what an author can be, for this, he will never understand, because I see it his way, and he sees it his way, and if he were to choose to see it another way, he would lose all his creative energy that is already lost since the day he was born.
23 Sep 2007  The Wise American (by Gregory Wilde)  A story of an American man and his demons.
22 Sep 2007  The Well (by Gregory Wilde)  A boy lives through two moments that will change his life, for better or for worse.
16 Sep 2007  The Irish Irish / Part 3 (by Gregory Wilde)  The Dublin adventure concludes.
15 Sep 2007  The Irish Irish / Part 2 (by Gregory Wilde)  Part two of the Irish saga: all football, wealth, girls, and sex.
14 Sep 2007  The Irish Irish / Part 1 (by Gregory Wilde)  A story of the Irish.
13 Sep 2007  Letter to K (by Sean Garcia)  Epistolary portrait of the artist as a young man, after breaking up with a beautiful woman.
8 Sep 2007  Homeless (by Gregory Wilde)  When all else fails, we can whip the horse's eyes.
7 Sep 2007  Child (by Gregory Wilde)  On sex, conception, and birth into the world of the absurd.
1 Sep 2007  Her Breathing Sea (by Gregory Wilde)  If the sea were a woman.
29 Jul 2007  Happy Ending (by Julian X)  A woman tries to fill the holes in her life over many decades.
22 Jul 2007  The Hounding of Harold Calfe (by Julian X)  A professor dies in his office after facing dismissal for his affair with a student.
15 Jul 2007  @13: Three Vignettes (by Julian X)  A dog, a contemporary girl, and a wife in Ancient Athens -- all at 13 years of age.
13 Jul 2007  Nine (by Julian X)  George has an outsized penis. This is his life.
13 Jul 2007  The Multitudinous Seas Incarnadine (by Sean Garcia)  A man gets his dong chopped off in a mysterious pagan ritual.
8 Jul 2007  16 Characters, 44 Stories, and the Bird Flies Away (by Julian X)  A short story with an ensemble cast that experiments with form.
1 Jul 2007  Business Lunch (by Sean Garcia)  Meet Nixon Arguile, a private dick (and a public one, too) with expensive tastes and a shady business partner to meet.
1 Jul 2007  Going Home (by Julian X)  A short, ostensibly surreal story about the history of meaning and the meaning of history.
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