Tag Archives: Fiction

What We Tell Ourselves

What We Tell Ourselves

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Our lives (N)sync whenever we look back.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

Let Me Crawl Inside You

Let Me Crawl Inside You

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Silence sometimes raises the dead.more

White Buffalo

White Buffalo

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“They’re playing with a stacked deck,” he’d grouse. “Meanwhile, I’m getting dealt noth-ing but jokers.”more

Lost Indian Gold Mine

Lost Indian Gold Mine

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If I had even an inkling of where to look, I’d sure as hell invest me in some scuba gear, I tell you that much.more

Replacement Child

Replacement Child

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People will do almost anything when they lose something like their wallet or phone or child. Sometimes these weakened people are my game.more

Speaking in Tongues

Speaking in Tongues

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His beady blue eyes flashed over toward me but I was already gone. I was able to make out one phrase he kept repeating over and over though: Forgive me! Forgive me!more

I Hope You Know I Love You, Even Though

I Hope You Know I Love You, Even Though

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…even though you like to win; even though you tricked me, telling me it would just be the two of us, but when we got to the restaurant, Georgia was there (and though it was the first time I ever saw her, I recognized her, her smile as sharp as a hook)…more

Doing Something is Better Than Doing Nothing

Doing Something is Better Than Doing Nothing

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…nobody else volunteered to be the first-aid instructor’s victim after that. But victims they became, nonetheless.more