An Inconspicuous Manifestation

(1 minute read) by B.G. Smith (U.S.A) The encounter was an inconspicuous manifestation concealed amongst the sacraments at Sunday Mass. Sister Elizabeth stopped to adjust the tab collar dislodged from his cassock. Chestnut eyes locked with hers.  Her hand brushed his chin, and a familiar warm flash originated in her pelvis and coursed through her …

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And in the end…

(9 minute read) by Whitney Reinhart (U.S.A) https://open.spotify.com/episode/4ZfhPjEzXhswxA3Ku7IXEP?si=eADLy2NsQYqWQuoqFmzCgA&dl_branch=1 Russell R. Russell spent his life preparing to survive the apocalypse. Orwell, Huxley, Kirkman and, occasionally, King and Koontz were his prophets. He studied, memorized their works, the way others studied the Bible or the Quran. He daydreamed about surviving the zombie hordes à la Rick Grimes …

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Jonah Wins the Game

(6 minute read) by Linda McMullen (U.S.A) Jonah – community college dropout and fourth-most-senior associate at the big-box store – slid three quarters into the vending machine.  He flashed through several possibilities:   He could get George a Coke.   Jonah’s derelict better angel supported this option.  George operated from a constant caffeine deficit due to his …

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