|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|A Man For a Knight - Tipsy Woman||Kirby Fields||
A bougie, single, and desperate woman relies on her past lives to talk a man into going home with her at the end of a long night.
|Be Allah You Can Be - Passenger||Kirby Fields||
A Middle-Eastern man attempts to use humor to defuse his persistent security flags when traveling.
|Doin' Time - Prisoner||D.J. Kramer||
An old-time prisoner delivers some wisdom to a young prisoner in need.
|REPORT FROM THE STREET - Pray-er - Homeless Person||MK Punky||
A homeless person explains prayer and the paradox presented by life on the street.
|THE RIVER JORDAN - Barney - Jordan||Mercedes White|
|THE RIVER JORDAN - Happy Birthday to We - Jordan||Mercedes White||
Young homeless man realizes it's his and his twin sister's birthday.
|THE RIVER JORDAN - Mom - Jordan||Mercedes White||
Young Homeless man reminisces about his family and his feelings towards his father.
|Tiara - Bride To Be||Kirby Fields||
A trophy wife confronts her mother on the night before her wedding.
|Two Dollar Train Fare - Hector||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
While selling cheaper train fares, Hector recalls a story about a train event that restored his faith in humanity.
|UNCLE TOM'S NEPHEWS - Cleophis||Josiah Thomas Turner||
A young black man relives a violent night in 1961 Birmingham, Alabama.