|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 - Peg||Rae Binstock||
A defense of Hillary Clinton, unpopular choices, and the desperation to progress.
|Flask - Peyton||Scott Mullen||
Peyton speaks up at an AA meeting about family, Dad’s flask, and digging up his grave.
|He Wrote Me a Song - Woman||Hannah Lee Kidder||
Regret with a splash of guilt in a mildly corporate setting.
|Love - Janice||Scott Mullen||
A pregnant woman reflects on how every time she falls in love, something bad happens.
|No Place Like Home - Mandy||Keisha Cosand||
A young woman who decides she'd rather not grow up, returns home.
|PURGATORY - Arielle||Emily Bice||
A young woman recalls how she died.
|Septic - Soldier||Daniel Krug||
A soldier is coming to terms with their pain from experiencing combat.
|Small Talk - Mandy||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Mandy is a straightforward woman who attempts to make a move on an indecisive man.
|STUCK - Palmer||Scott Mullen||
Palmer tells the wild story of why he has been living in an airport for two months.
|STUCK - Zoe||Scott Mullen||
Young airport coffee shop barista Zoe yearns for the kind of life that she sees travelers living.
|The Finality of Tits - Blue||Avery Kester||
A young person is forced to face their inner demons about their own gender.
|The Note - Riley||Lindsay Partain||
A note is left unattended and with no clear author or recipient.... do you open it?
|WHITE: A NORTH DAKOTA STORY - Lenny||Brandy N. Carie||
Lenny never quite feels like she belongs. She hopes this new town could be the place for her.