PMM’s Birthday Party! – A Deck Of Cards by Melanie Browne

I light a cigarette and look under the bed for my playing cards. I always find them stashed away in unusual places. I Continue reading PMM’s Birthday Party! – A Deck Of Cards by Melanie Browne

PMM’s Birthday Party! – An Unexpected Visitor by Chris Pollard

It was almost dawn when William arrived home. He went straight upstairs to his room, and didn’t even undress before Continue reading PMM’s Birthday Party! – An Unexpected Visitor by Chris Pollard

PMM’s Birthday Party! – The Switch by B.R. Stateham

Through the window of the blue ZR-1 Chevrolet Corvette he watched the big boned man step out of the front door of Continue reading PMM’s Birthday Party! – The Switch by B.R. Stateham

PMM’s Birthday Party! – The Wrong Mind by Jason Michel

The small notebook lay on the table. Next to it lay a ballpoint pen. The old man stared at it. He walked around the Continue reading PMM’s Birthday Party! – The Wrong Mind by Jason Michel

Cooking With Gas!!! An interview with Steve Seabury.

Steve Seabury has got together Mosh Potatoes which is a different kind of cookbook. To say the least.

Read:

Mosh Potatoes – Recipes, Anecdotes & Mayhem From The Heavyweights of Heavy Metal

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A Woman Alone by David Massengill

Written in lipstick on the rear window of a car parked on the side of the Interstate:

PLEASE HELP.  I’M A WOMAN ALONE.  CAR BROKE DOWN.  NEED A LIFT.

Seventy-six miles south on the Interstate.  Hank’s Bodacious Burgers.  Written on a stall wall in the ladies’ restroom:

He says “Where can I take you?”

She says “Going south to California

I live just past the border”

She sees his hand near his crotch his

thing probably growing under his jeans

She touches her purse and thinks

whatever he’s got my knife is

bigger

The Chevron station across the street from Hank’s Bodacious Burgers.  Written on a crumpled piece of paper the wind blew against the side of Continue reading A Woman Alone by David Massengill

Reflexes by T. Fox Dunham

“Well take it easy, Butch,” I told him, holding back my hand.

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Erudition After Causality by Kj Hannah Greenberg

After the first few weeks of burned kimchi and undercooked daals, my housemates felt free to speak about the local Continue reading Erudition After Causality by Kj Hannah Greenberg

The Day All the Clocks Stopped at the Same Time By Matthew Dexter

Gold monster cowers in fear in a queer bedroom where elephants once sat. Broken baby crawls toward the cradle Continue reading The Day All the Clocks Stopped at the Same Time By Matthew Dexter