NICE TRY MR. TUMOR

It was an early December morning and I was hungover. I had far too much to drink the night before for someone who hardly ever drank. I remember walking outside to cool off and sitting in the snow. It seemed a perfectly reasonable thing to do. Little did I know the next morning was going…

BECOMING GROUND

Steps were heavy Growing heavier Taking more effort Making her slower A shaking began More of a tremor With each footfall Was a tidal wave Of fluid motion Her years kept her Clung to her bones And held her tight She was caught Underneath gravity Sink ing deeper Into the ground Becoming The ground

THE SPACES BETWEEN

Troy Scott has been spending a lot of time “thinking about the implications and applications of shared perception enhancement”.  It would be so much easier to have compassion, or empathy, or even sympathy for someone if you could indeed see something from another person’s perspective. I don’t think I have ever debuted a short fiction…

THE BANDWAGON

In the recent weeks we have been reminded of how human we are and that our bodies and minds are not invincible. We live in an age where taxes are at an all-time high, jobs are scarce, and our churches and government don’t inspire the confidence we need to give. And yet there are associations…