|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Backfired - Anna||Lindsay Partain||
Anna, a young high school student, tells her tragic story about being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
|Curves - Shayna||Lindsay Partain||
Grinch bellies, self-esteem, women's only gyms, and a lack of self-control are just some of the forces driving Shayna.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Mo||Rae Binstock||
A not-so-subtle lesbian diatribe against intolerance, New York, and Hillary Clinton.
|DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI - A Hero - Jimmy||Carlyle Brown||
Before he can change the world, Jimmy has to change himself.
|DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI - We're Going to the Courthouse! - Jimmy||Carlyle Brown||
Jimmy sees the plight of his Mississippi brethren and finds he has a gift for convincing people to vote.
|Dreams As Real As Blood - Woman||Elizabeth Gordon||
The best and worst of America, as remembered by an ageless Southern woman.
|Failure of the 4.0 - Cadence||Ryane Nicole Granados||
Cadence is talking to her best friend, Aubrey, both self-proclaimed “nerds” poised to embark on a senior ditch day to remember.
|FINDING FISH - No Other Choice - Michael||Carlyle Brown||
Michael, a scientist in the future, explains that humans must change, or die.
|Good Witch Bad Witch - Harriet||Vivian C. Lermond||
Harriet is cravin’ some Halloween misbehavin’!
|MY BIRTHDAY PARTY - Sweet Ass Mummy - W||Wei He||
W remembers the first time she met her husband as she waits for him to arrive for her midnight birthday party.
|No Place Like Home - Mandy||Keisha Cosand||
A young woman who decides she'd rather not grow up, returns home.
|REPORT FROM THE STREET - Pray-er - Homeless Person||MK Punky||
A homeless person explains prayer and the paradox presented by life on the street.
|The Note - Riley||Lindsay Partain||
A note is left unattended and with no clear author or recipient.... do you open it?
|The Wilderness - Immigration Lawyer||Asher Wyndham||
An Immigration Lawyer's clients are disappearing.