How does it feel to see a ghost from the past? Actually, bone-shivering-take-your-breath-away-startling! I saw him on the deserted subway platform. We both aged, I, now a mature woman, and he, now quite frail and elderly, stooped, tottering along, barely being able to walk, leaning heavily on a very, very European cane. He still had…
A short story with an unexpected ending. #didntseethatcoming
“The Zoo” by Andrew Paul Grell – A short story about managing order within an un-orderly institution.
Dancing Red #ShortStory #Fiction #ScaryStory by Amirah AL- wassif 45magazine.com
Paranoid – A fictitious story about #addiction written by #JonBenhan 45magazine.com
Puzzle Piece #fiction – Dealing with loss. by #DebbieDudlev 45magazine.com
A #scifi #screenplay.
A fictitious interview with NASA Mathematician, Katherine Johnson.
A story about helping a friend out.
A riveting vampire story.
“Just look at this! This is just lovely, isn’t it?” Keira says, stroking her—or to put it more precisely, her son’s new buggy, all shiny metal with enormous wheels. Keira and I sometimes meet at the Almássy Park. The walk is inevitable. So is the meeting. A whole year has passed since then. Keira’s one-and-a-half-year-old…
Mazes, Bricks, and the Ocean by #RochelleAsquith – A cautionary tale about how you should treat others.