“What dead thing shambles and shifts there. It is something familiar, yet unknown to me, which made my mind scream with questions and terrifying implications, that I, with little regard for reality, imagined and conjured up grotesque and morbid visions. Yes, as I inched further into the bosom of the dark night, as one foot … Continue reading Book of the Dead
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Julia Reynolds stood behind a gilded mahogany desk with a neat stack of paper on one side and a small ceramic bowl of sunflower seeds on the other. Through a wide-open window, and from far below, beeps and clangs from street activity filtered in. To this sound, Julia softly whistled an old, old family tune. … Continue reading Answer to an Ad
Brooklyn had unfriended him, blocked his number, deleted every trace of him on her phone, and in no unclear terms at all, told Cade to disappear. He stared at her in class - she could feel it. He followed her to the University Center. He texted strange jokes at odd hours through the night, and … Continue reading A Stalker’s Vine
Just when you thought it was safe to go exploring. You were methodical in your preparations. You made sure to account for everything. Not one single root could trip up your outing. These next two days would be serenity, unlike the work week we all endure and immediately dread again. This weekend, you are bliss … Continue reading The Grind
It’s cold. My eyelids are heavy as I try to adjust to the dark. Even before the room comes into focus, I know I don’t remember ending up here. I don’t actually recall much of anything. I try to open my mouth. Roof and tongue are sticky, like two pieces of paper with roll on … Continue reading Confusion
The horrible ringing sound in my ears pushed me into consciousness, though it was not enough yet to make me open my eyes. I could feel the smooth motion beneath me and knew I had fallen asleep on the bus again. With a sigh and some effort, I But this wasn’t the bus. In my … Continue reading Meet Sara