Category Archives: Fiction

Two Stories

Two Stories

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Yes, there’s a confessional aspect to the crônica, but the confessions are not at all personal. Instead, the crônica highlights a persona, a winking avatar in place of the whole of the writer. In other words, it’s not me. Because me? I’m still alone, dancing—you know it, baby. more

Rent Town

Rent Town

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Easy payments!more

Catch You on the Flip Side

Catch You on the Flip Side

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We found his last will and testament, printed on special old-style stationary from Staples he seemed to have stamp-notarized himself. I forgot to mention he was a notary public. He wanted all his assets donated to the NAACP, and he insisted his grave stone say, “Catch You on The Flip Side.”more

A Pound of Flesh

A Pound of Flesh

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The physical metamorphosis of healing.more

Attributes

Attributes

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“What do you want for dinner, Dad?”more

Henry Offerson’s To-Do List

Henry Offerson’s To-Do List

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Henry Offerson has a lot on his mind.more

The Waiting Game

The Waiting Game

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I felt a little heavy and when I opened my boxer shorts I noticed that my scrotum was three times its normal size and my dick was lumpy with malleable sacs of fluid. more

Rufous Treepie

Rufous Treepie

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Look at a cat, what does it think of you? You would rather be a mouse than a man. And what can you do except feel sorry you are not a rat? Nature AS the manifestation of All sacred, Infinite Being. Whoa. It should show you. more

Three Stories

Three Stories

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He has this chiseled out jaw and these amazing blown out pecs and this super cute dimple that shows up when he smiles. And he also has a tail.more

Young God in Gym Class

Young God in Gym Class

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Young God pulls his Dream Team from a roadside culvert, spins Lucifer from cornsilk—because not having a favorite is beyond even God’s young powers.more