|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|"Guten Morgen!" - Holocaust Survivor||Cynthia Arsenault||
An elderly Holocaust survivor still dreams of her idyllic childhood in stark contrast to her later years.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Grace||Rae Binstock||
A reminder of all the time, energy, and blood that went into making change in the 20th century...and needs to go into change now.
|Fully Present - Jennifer||Cynthia Arsenault||
Sometimes we believe we are fully present in the moment, but we definitely are not.
|Good Witch Bad Witch - Harriet||Vivian C. Lermond||
Harriet is cravin’ some Halloween misbehavin’!
|I Am You - Homeless Person||Cynthia Arsenault||
A homeless person muses as a businessman passes by and tries to avoid eye contact.
|Love Letter to the Beyond - Muriel||Cynthia Arsenault||
Desperate times call for desperate measures, when you are celebrating Valentine`s Day with your lover from beyond.
|Squimsquatch - Witness||Kemuel DeMoville||
A woman who thinks she had an encounter with Bigfoot gives a presentation on her experience.
|THE REFLECTION POOL - My Father, The Poet - Kate||Nancy Geyer||
Kate makes a surprising discovery about her abusive father.
|THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - It Was a Privilege - Sarah||Nancy Geyer||
Sarah, still missing her dad, feels it was privilege to care for him when he became older.
|THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - Pathological - Justine||Nancy Geyer||
At age 40, Justine still feels the pain from her lying father’s lack of attention.
|THE WORST PRODUCTION OF 'THE SNOW QUEEN' EVER - Eloise Says Hello||Kemuel DeMoville||
Eloise wackily welcomes the audience to a fundraiser performance of "The Snow Queen."
|True Confessions - Writer||Beth McKim||
A writer confesses the reason she is addicted to watching a soap opera and how it affects her life.
|TYPEEPEE: A ROMANCE OF THE SOUTH SEAS - Sister Phillipa Soggybox [EXPLICIT]||Kemuel DeMoville||
An older nun details her love life as a young woman before she joined the church.
|WHITE: A NORTH DAKOTA STORY - Sharon||Brandy N. Carie||
Sharon reflects on her simple life in rural North Dakota.
|Your Zip Code? - ENVIA!||Kelly DuMar||
A comically intrusive cashier rings up an unwitting customer’s purchase.