The Lovers | A Short Story

The Lovers This story was used to generate donates for the ACLU. Thank you to all who donated! We generated $170 in donations. *** Hasna leaned against the statue in the garden, her legs stretching out in front of her as she plucked dates from a tray and tossed them into her mouth. "I wish... Continue Reading →

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The Monster Under Her Bed | A Short Story

Note: This is a horror storyFor content warnings click here *** This story was written from the heart. *** Night was always the worst. When her phone was set aside and the lights were off, Diya could feel it creeping up, starting at her feet and drawing up her body like heavy stones crushing the... Continue Reading →

In A Starless World | A Short Story

In A Starless World A glossary is available at the end of the story. *** Amrita threw herself at the door and let a scream rip from her throat that should have shaken the palace walls and made them tumble in her grief. The building stood fast, but she pushed on anyway, clawing at the... Continue Reading →

Beautiful | A Short Story

Beautiful Note: This is a horror story For content warnings click here *** She covered her mouth with her hands and pressed further back into the closet, trying to focus on the turmoil of the bedroom. Her husband had returned home to find her and another man in their bed, and she only just slipped... Continue Reading →

Am I Pretty? | A Short Story

Am I Pretty? Note: This is a horror story For content warnings click here *** Fog rolled in over the bay. It was night already and the mist settled on my skin and sank into my flesh. Tourists ducked from awning to awning, not expecting the wharf to be so cold. The shops had all... Continue Reading →

Sasha | A Short Story

Sasha Content Warning: Minor adult themes *** He squinted down the road. Snow and night never mixed well, but he was just trying to get home from the middle of a city he barely knew. The drive would be long; two hours, assuming the weather didn’t slow him even more. “TURN. RIGHT IN…ONE. MILE.” His... Continue Reading →

Pick Your Poison | A Short Story

Pick Your PoisonFor content warnings click here. “Pick your poison.” He held out two mugs to me, both brimming with rich, black coffee. It was some expensive kind I was unfamiliar with. The scent alone beckoned me.I looked between them. Identical plain white mugs. Identical coffee. Identical everything. “What’s the difference?”A smile spread across his... Continue Reading →

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