|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Apartment, Complex - Paul||Suzanne Bronson||
A young, charming, conman needs to move out of his friend's apartment but must first secure a new crash pad with a potential girlfriend.
|AT LONG LAST LEO - Leo||Mark Stein||
Leo, who has written a 638-page treatise to create a new way of living, shares his frustrations at getting anyone to read it.
|Baby Doll - Man||Sharon Goldner||
A Black man remembers his youth when he asked his mother why his sister had a White baby doll.
|BARCELÓ ON THE ROCKS - Dennis||Marco Antonio Rodriguez||
A stuttering, street-smart New York thug attempts to convince his brother not to move out of the apartment they share with their increasingly difficult father.
|CONCERTO - Dearest Pyotr - Nadezhda von Meck||Alan Olejniczak||
An older widow describes her feelings of longing to her friend Tchaikovsky.
|Damnable Lies - Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon||Alan Olejniczak||
A survivor of the Titanic describes his rescue and the accusations made against him afterwards.
|DIRECT FROM DEATH ROW: THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS - Haywood||Mark Stein||
The last of the nine Scottsboro Boys to remain in prison describes his harrowing escape.
|JUST A FEW FEET AWAY - Keisha||S. Denise O'Neal||
Keisha becomes a police informant to protect her crack head mother.
|OLD MAN GUNS - Toy Box - Mike||Liam Kuhn||
A tired, middle-aged man looks back on a terrible choice he once made.
|Permanent - Carlos||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Carlos, a man with tattoos, goes in for a job interview and wants nothing but the truth.
|REPORT FROM THE STREET - Pray-er - Homeless Person||MK Punky||
A homeless person explains prayer and the paradox presented by life on the street.
|SAINT SOMEBODY - My Leg's Bad, Isn't It? - Frederick Dee||Rita Anderson||
Frederick Dee, a young African-American wounded during the Civil War, wants to become a doctor one day.
|Samaritan - Man||Robert L. Penick||
Not all Samaritans are good.
|Septic - Soldier||Daniel Krug||
A soldier is coming to terms with their pain from experiencing combat.
|Take Your Shot - Jason||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Jason shoots hoops by himself thinking about his future.
|THE ABSOLVED EXONERATION - Aaron||Kelvin Douglas||
While on Death Row, a preacher’s son is visited by his father.
|THE REAL STORY - Mark||Bob Clyman||
Curiosity and journalistic instinct drive Mark to strike up a conversation with a mysterious stranger in the airport.
|THE RIVER JORDAN - Barney - Jordan||Mercedes White|
|THE RIVER JORDAN - Mom - Jordan||Mercedes White||
Young Homeless man reminisces about his family and his feelings towards his father.