|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Big Boy Now - Man||Michael Van Duzer||
What happens when you finally sleep with your first crush, but he doesn't remember you?
|LET ME COUNT THE WAYS - Aretino||Martín Zimmerman||
Pietro Aretino, a 16th Century libertine poet, explains how a bastard can bring Rome’s nobles to their knees.
|LET ME COUNT THE WAYS - Giberti||Martín Zimmerman||
Gian Matteo Giberti, now a powerful 16th Century Roman Catholic Bishop, was once the bastard child of a truly bastardly father.
|REAL DEAD GHOSTS - Lucy - Graham||Jonathan Goldberg||
Graham is searching for ghosts and the reasons why he yearns for his high school sweetheart once in a while.
|THE UNREQUITING - A Penance - Man||James McLindon||
What if the only person who can absolve you is gone?
|THE UNREQUITING (Extended Version)||James McLindon||
Every unrequited-love story has its unrequiting villain ... but what if he wanted forgiveness?
|THE WEDDING SERMON - Clarity - Father Gallagher||James McLindon||
During a wedding sermon, weary Father Gallagher shares the not-so-comforting dream he had while on a recent flight.
|THE WEDDING SERMON - Father Gallagher||James McLindon||
Dispirited Father Gallagher offers up a rather bleak blessing for the young wedding couple standing in front of him.
|THE WEDDING SERMON - I've Crafted a New One - Father Gallagher||James McLindon||
Father Gallagher goes rogue in his new wedding sermon.
|THE WEDDING SERMON (Extended Version)||James McLindon||
Father Gallagher, who is suffering from a crisis of faith, gives an irreverent wedding sermon.
|Woman With Fevers - Man||Christopher Woods||
A man remembers a strange woman from his youth.