|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|And You Burn Still||Matt Dawson||
Your heart is built out of the cold dust of ancient stars. Literally.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Peg||Rae Binstock||
A defense of Hillary Clinton, unpopular choices, and the desperation to progress.
|Let Me Be Extreme||Elizabeth Gordon||
A riff on why we should be "extreme"—not in hate but in powerful, courageous, beautiful love.
|MATING DANCE OF THE WEREWOLF - Abby||Mark Stein||
A young woman describes her discovery that she is a werewolf.
|MIRACLE PERSON - Phuong (Extended Version)||Elizabeth Gordon||
Phuong, an older Vietnamese immigrant, tells the unlikely story of how she came to be at the Taiwan airport, on the verge of seeing her family for the first time in 25 years.
|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.
|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 Red Truck - Young Woman||Rachel Bublitz||
A young woman is trying to muster the courage she needs in order to report a rape to the police.
|THIS HAPPENED ONCE AT THE ROMANCE DEPOT OFF THE I-87 IN WESTCHESTER - On Fire - Beth||Gina Femia||
Beth explains how one of her students accidentally set her on fire.