Stories by
Ian Glass

Archimedes smiled as the boy fell from the sky. He signaled his men to lower their shields, knowing Daedalus would blame hubris and the sun.

Ian Glass plays with film, canvas, and words.

The guerrillas concluded they could not eat their bullets, but their bullets could eat the villagers and the villagers had the food.

Ian Glass finds fiction and reality parallel each other more often than not.

Sitting in his boat, the idyllic scenery calmed him. Satisfied, he began to row back to shore content the body would not float up.

Ian Glass is a English and Humanities major at University of Colorado.