|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.
|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.
|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.
|The Note - Riley||Lindsay Partain||
A note is left unattended and with no clear author or recipient.... do you open it?
|THE SHOWER PRINCIPLE - Losing Thought - Liz||Ariel Mitchell||
Liz, a new mother, wonders if motherhood has permanently caused her brain to lose its ability to think.
|THE SHOWER PRINCIPLE - Think of Something Else - Liz||Ariel Mitchell||
As a new mother, Liz is discovering that her long awaited shower is turning out to be anything but restful.
|THE SHOWER PRINCIPLE - Two Minutes - Liz||Ariel Mitchell||
Liz, a new mom, can't remember when she last showered.
|THE SHOWER PRINCIPLE Ten-Minute Play||Ariel Mitchell||
A new mom is finally getting a shower after who knows how long and her thoughts come tumbling out.
|THE VIOLET SISTERS - Sam||Gina Femia||
Sam is telling Pam how their father died, drowned in their basement.
|THIS HAPPENED ONCE AT THE ROMANCE DEPOT OFF THE I-87 IN WESTCHESTER - Disney - Beth||Gina Femia||
Beth explains to Kevin what drove her to buy a vibrator from his sex shop.
|TRACY'S SIN - Tracy||Dale Griffiths Stamos||
18 yr old Tracy visits a Catholic confessional trying to understand her feelings about a boy and parallel universe theory.
|WANDA, DAISY AND THE GREAT RAPTURE - Theresa Lee||Alexis Schaetzle||
A woman who has recently committed suicide describes what her life on Earth was like.
|WANDA, DAISY, AND THE GREAT RAPTURE - Daisy||Alexis Schaetzle||
A wild-spirited seventeen year old girl tells a story that serves as her talent for a teen beauty pageant.
|WOMAN HOLLERING CREEK - The Wedding Dress - Elise||Rita Anderson||
Elise admits that nothing has "fit" right in her marriage, starting with her wedding dress.