“Decathexis: Prologue” by Manuel Marrero

Trigger Warning: contains a graphic depiction of predatory language from a character being influenced by Evil. It should go without saying that we do not condone this behavior or thought process in any way.  To my agents in the field, my operatives in place; angels of light, demons of terror— I’ve traveled by Silk Roads to deliver… Continue reading “Decathexis: Prologue” by Manuel Marrero

“Roadkill” by David Estringel

(previously published by Expat press)       Sitting and swiveling, lazily, in my broken leatherette desk chair, I looked around my office, searching its contents for some sense of purpose for being there, but much to no avail.  Brown bookcases lined the walls, squeezed tightly together in uniform fashion. The shelves were concaved, virtually choking on artifacts collected (hoarded, really) over… Continue reading “Roadkill” by David Estringel

“Special Delivery” by Kelly Anne Doran

The old man delivered flowers every weekday morning, to a variety of locations. The flowers were left on his doorstep each morning and would contain instructions for proper delivery. Occasionally he would need to deliver them to a particular recipient. Occasionally they had no recipient, but needed to be taken to a location and tucked… Continue reading “Special Delivery” by Kelly Anne Doran