The Lot Attendant by Jason Robert Cornelius

“It’s the little things that drive a man to madness.” ~Charles Bukowski. That man is Jordie Flank, parking-lot attendant for a college bookstore. Overeducated, underemployed and unable to psychologically filter out life’s small annoyances, Jordie is slowly going insane. Living in a perpetual state of anxiety and perceived injustices, Jordie’s tenuous grip on reality is […]

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Death Comes For Us All by Fox Sterling

A collection of short stories about death, psychosis and consciousness. The book is very dark as the title suggests. It is definitely not recommended for young people. Stories include … Perceived Reality: Danny returns the phone to his pocket and exhales his desensitized disappointment with the viewing experience. Danny has never had a violent experience […]

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The Locket by SM Stryker

Samantha learned at an early age that life isn’t always fair. When her mother re-marries and she acquires an older brother, that takes advantage of her innocence. She learns that there is more to family than words and actions. Oliver used to be a carefree boy until a horrifying incident takes his family away. He […]

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Carolina Daemonic by Brian Barr

It’s 2020. The South won the Civil War and achieved manifest destiny in the United States. Great Britain, known as Victoria, and China, have maintained their empires. American slavery was abolished in the late 20th century instead of the late 19th century. Steam powered machinery and electricity make up the bulk of modern technology. In […]

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