Monthly Archives: August 2014

FICTION: Late Term Ejection by Christopher Irvin

August 25, 2014
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“I believe in nothing,” the old man said, scowl outlined with stubborn anger. He lay prone, shivering atop a long steel table, nude except for a small dirt-colored loin cloth. The tiny underground room, no larger than a prison cell, pressed down upon him, threatening his sanity with each passing second. Only when he...

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FICTION: A Bro Code Violation by Travis Richardson

August 18, 2014
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A few minutes before dusk, Wade heard the crunch of dead frozen leaves and the snap of twigs coming his way. From his perch in the treestand, he pointed his thirty-ought-six towards the trail as his finger eased on the trigger. His heart thumped. One of two things ought to be coming, either a...

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FICTION: Short Change Heroes (Part Three) by Terrence P. McCauley

August 10, 2014
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Previously, agent Michael Rivas was trapped in Guatemala after carrying out a mission for the mysterious University. CHAPTER 8 Michael sprinted toward the main gate of the development. Stealth be damned. He just had to get the hell out of there. He knew there’d be at least one armed guard at the gate, maybe...

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