|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|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 - Peg||Rae Binstock||
A defense of Hillary Clinton, unpopular choices, and the desperation to progress.
|DIRTY LAUNDRY - Jillian||Stacey Lane||
Accusations and confessions fly when a woman finds an incriminating note in her roommate’s jeans pocket.
|EVERYBODY'S DEAD: A COMEDY - Annika||Brandy N. Carie||
In the post-apocalyptic Midwest, a doomsday prepper alone inside a bunker plans her escape to see what remains of humanity.
|HOW TO NOT DIE HORRIBLY IN A FIRE (Extended Version)||Chloë Whitehorn||
A woman recounts her romantic history and views on relationships as she decides how to respond to a marriage proposal.
|LOST GIRLS - Is It Fate? - Allison||Ellen Birkett Morris||
A woman honors, even envies, an abducted girl.
|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.
|MY BIRTHDAY PARTY One-Act Play||Wei He||
W dissects her ten-year friendship with her recently deceased best friend and finds the courage to make a life altering decision.
|REV - Aston||Rachel Bykowski||
Aston tries to convince Lucky not to give up on her dreams.
|THE REFLECTION POOL - Do I Know You? - Doris||Nancy Geyer||
Doris talks about what it feels like to see her beloved father slip away under the ravages of Alzheimer’s.
|THE REFLECTION POOL - Good Old Dad - June Rae||Nancy Geyer||
June Rae is trying to convince herself and others that her life as a high-priced prostitute couldn’t be better.