To See Sarah by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
Angela’s ex had not yet left Earth, but he had left humanity. That’s what she thought as she sipped green tea and stared over the cup’s rim at the strange man on her couch.
“Why are you here?” she asked.
Tom rubbed his scalp. He used to run [...]
Daft Old Man
by Pam L. Wallace
The old man smelled of honeysuckle and ancient woodlands, and spoke in a querulous singsong. “Chime-child, eh?” He pinned Collum with his rheumy eyes. Collum shrank from crooked fingers grabbing for his homespun shirt.
“Takes one to know one,” the old man [...]
Ixtab Takes a Day Off
by Jennifer Dornan-Fish
Being the goddess of suicide is a total shit job. I see the threads of fate and [...]