|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|American Dreams - Craig||Glenn Alterman||
Craig's marriage and his "other life"
|And You Burn Still||Matt Dawson||
Your heart is built out of the cold dust of ancient stars. Literally.
|BARCELÓ ON THE ROCKS - Nino||Marco Antonio Rodriguez||
An ailing Dominican man finally reveals a long-kept secret to his two sons.
|Be Allah You Can Be - Passenger||Kirby Fields||
A Middle-Eastern man attempts to use humor to defuse his persistent security flags when traveling.
|FAKE - A Trusted Name - Roman||Carmen Peláez||
Roman justifies the methods he has employed to make a place for himself and Cuban Art in the world’s elite art market.
|FAKE - Andy Warhol's Brillo Boxes - Juan||Carmen Peláez||
Juan shares a story about Andy Warhol’s Brillo boxes as proof that secrets can sometimes be more valuable than profits.
|IF WISHES WERE HORSES - Doug||Kari Floren||
A middle-aged man witnesses a disturbing event which unleashes his pent up rage at the world.
|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.
|Paint - Paul||Glenn Alterman||
After a lifetime of wanting to do it, Paul finally gets to live out his dream, to paint.
|Seemingly Racist Gestures - Person||Elizabeth Gordon||
Based on true events, an Asian-American baseball fan takes on Sports Illustrated for its failure to call out racism when it occurs.
|The Human Condition and Other Jokes - The Monologist||Bruce Bonafede||
The Monologist presents humorous variations on a theme from Blaise Pascal.
|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 UNREQUITING (Extended Version)||James McLindon||
Every unrequited-love story has its unrequiting villain ... but what if he wanted forgiveness?
|THE WEDDING SERMON (Extended Version)||James McLindon||
Father Gallagher, who is suffering from a crisis of faith, gives an irreverent wedding sermon.
|TODOS SANTOS - The Angel Gabriel - Raúl||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Raúl realizes how advanced his mother’s dementia is when she tries to steal a baby from the grocery store.