Jealousy Kills. By Glory Stoll.

              “SHE TOUCHED YOUR TATTOO!” I say clenching my fists and breathing deeply.  “Babe, it was nothing like that! you’re just exaggerating!” Matt says. He reaches out and tries to move the hair that’s in my face. I smack his hand away and walk to the opposite side of the kitchen and lean against the counter.  “Was she pretty?” I ask, barely above a whisper.  “Now … Continue reading Jealousy Kills. By Glory Stoll.

“This Time it was a Blonde” by Chloe Riggs

Bump. Bump. Bump. Potholes line the dirt road the blue truck glides across. I bounce in my seat every time a tire lands in them. The thumping in  the back of the truck from the previous victim banging against its metal walls urges me to slow my speed, trying to quiet the noises in case anyone is nearby.  It has been two hours since I … Continue reading “This Time it was a Blonde” by Chloe Riggs

He Deserved It. By Virginia Burns.

First things first– I am not crazy. People like to call me that, say I’m psychotic, but I’m not. I am just bored. Curious, perhaps. And some people don’t deserve to live.  My mother used to tell me that when I was a child, I was dropped on my head, and that’s why I was so messed up. I used to kill and preserve small … Continue reading He Deserved It. By Virginia Burns.

Hell is Home by Hynnja Dietrich

Prompt: You are a broke college student who is in desperate need of money, you respond to an advertisement to test a new virtual reality technology at a local tech startup; they are paying well. The VR technician tells you that this new experience will be indistinguishable from reality. He seats you in a chair and injects you with a syringe in the base of … Continue reading Hell is Home by Hynnja Dietrich