This Month's Short Stories

The Gift Part 13 – Hi-visibility

Posted by Rob Wilcher

Geoffrey’s phone rang; its face said Lucy. “You’re up early,” he said when he answered it. “”Hello to you too,” said Lucy’s …

39 Min Read

Abraham

Posted by Rob Wilcher

Abraham My blade is sharpened before you, oh God Most High. I am ready to use it. I am prostrate. I prostrate …

17 Min Read

Off Script

Posted by Rob Wilcher

Andrew fingered the manuscript on the chipped formica table in front of him and looked out the cafe window for Vanya. St …

25 Min Read

Custard

Posted by Rob Wilcher

Terry looked up from behind his computer as his colleague entered the room. The neon from the tower opposite them spread a …

2 Min Read

The Message

Posted by Tracie McMahon

“Ping.” Busy, I’ll check that later. “Ping.” I really don’t have time for this.  1:20. Boss wants this report on his desk …

4 Min Read

Choose LIfe Part V – Critical Mass

Posted by Tracie McMahon

“This better be good. I’ve got a network to run. My clock is ticking. Who’s this?”  Vlad freezes as he steps into …

8 Min Read

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