The Wild Country by David Massengill

“A ghost, you say,” Luc said in an uninterested voice, “with a tree branch where an arm should be.”  He wished the motel owner would just shut up and leave him alone with this lovely young woman.  But the old man remained in the doorway of Luc’s sparsely decorated, wood-paneled room, droning on about the … Continue reading The Wild Country by David Massengill

Death of a Jedi by Andrew Bowen

Mr. Kepler, the CPR instructor, offered Jana a laminated card and patted her on the shoulder. “Well done. And remember, recertification is every two years.” “Thanks,” she said and slid the card into her cargo pocket. Her stomach fluttered as her best friend, Harrison, met her at the door. “All set?” The class bell rang. … Continue reading Death of a Jedi by Andrew Bowen

Collateral Damage by Charlie Coleman

  “Hey, please, do you have a minute?” said the raven haired, dark skinned Gauguin style beauty leaning out of the BMW. Her words echoed down the deserted street with her soft, caressing voice distilling any anxiety gestated by the surrounding isolation. They echoed off of the nearby bank windows innocently enough. “I only need … Continue reading Collateral Damage by Charlie Coleman

Celluloid -The Story So Far …

Arizona International Film Festival – The Art Of Storytelling By Matt Dukes Jordan *Don’t Let Me Drown, 2009, USA Be Calm and Count to 7, 2008, Iran Psycho Guru, 2009, USA The Crimson Mask, 2009, USA* The cool thing about film festivals is that one can discover hidden, rare, and very innovative films that might … Continue reading Celluloid -The Story So Far …

Music Archives

Mary Byker – Everything’s Groovy! – An interview with Jason Michel Mary Byker has been rocking & moving in his own weird way around the music for decade. From the psychedelic madness of the Gaye Bykers On Acid through the Industrial Grit of Pigface to success with Apollo440.I had to the opportunity to speak to … Continue reading Music Archives

Non-fiction Archives#2

Above Ground : A photo essay by Kristin Fouquet The term “six feet under” has no meaning for the dead in New Orleans. Early settlers discovered coffins and caskets would unearth from graves due to a high water table and sometimes float away during heavy rainfalls. The Spanish custom of interring the deceased in wall … Continue reading Non-fiction Archives#2