Stories from
September, 2013

Rie’s arms itched like fire. She tore her skin off in sheets. Once only the gleaming metal remained, she felt much better.

Christian Martin posts very short stories and chats about video games @PixelatedGuy.

His wide eyes implored her, but she was convinced. “What happens next matters most,” she sang, checking the gag and pushing him out to sea.

Born in a singular quantity, M. Drehd has been divided ever since.

But lo, the Lord then formed a greater curse: the financial ruin of the firstborn.

Sean Vivier wrote this.

In a family that never listened, he learned to shout. And in the world, they followed.

Jessie Wang is a writer with big hopes and low expectations.