STORY: ‘Sanctuary’ by E. L. Kemper

The alligator in the Tilly hat leered. As its thumb rocked back over its shoulder in an endless clockwork gesture, its eye winked, inviting one and all to the attraction which lurked just beyond its knobbed back. “You guys are kidding. This is about the cheesiest one we’ve seen so far,” Stacey said from the… Continue reading STORY: ‘Sanctuary’ by E. L. Kemper

STORY: ‘Escape from Psych Class’ by Shaun Lawton

Prelude Our professor regarded us from under a wiry shock of blond hair. He gripped a clipboard in his right hand, to which were attached his notes for this lecture. His voice, though a little raspy, was underlined with a fair amount of conviction. It held most of the classroom spellbound, though I suspected at… Continue reading STORY: ‘Escape from Psych Class’ by Shaun Lawton

STORY: ‘STRANGER THAN LIFE: A POST MORTEM’ by BRUCE MEMBLATT

  Craig Watson had no idea he was going to die that day. It was just yesterday when he and his wife walked down the same street. Janice was wearing the same skirt; the black one with the pleats. Crossing Ninth Avenue, because they parked on Tenth, Craig first spotted them out of the corner… Continue reading STORY: ‘STRANGER THAN LIFE: A POST MORTEM’ by BRUCE MEMBLATT