Waves by Casey Shelley
Waves rock the boat back and forth: they’re used to it. Tired eyes are a reminder that this is far from the first wedding they’ve attended. “How much longer, Dave?” Kate places her bare hand on top of his “I can’t take much more.” “Just a little more, doll,” he knows that her…
The Menace to Society at the Dew Drop Inn by Cerys Harrison
Mary Frances was told what Danny Flowers did by his sister. Enid tentativelyapproached the back porch where she sat, slowly chewing soda crackers in the shade while listening to Eddie Cantor’s scratchy tenor through the open kitchen window. A bottle of Coca-Cola sweated on a small wooden table between a pair of rocking chairs. Mary…
The Fall by Spencer Kern
Spencer Kern’s short story, “The Fall” is a vivid tale about a man, Talo Ward, and his attempts into the Abyss.
Off the Menu by Jeffrey Hantover
Tell Gerardo he makes one fine salad. I don’t care if he gets it out of a jar, it’s the best creamy Italian in San Francisco. You’re new, aren’t you? I’ve been coming to Pinecrest for twenty-odd years. Nowadays you gals come and go. Always looking for something better. Don’t blame you. But it’s nice…