Each Heart Has its Reason, No Matter How Still by Loren Eaton
Falling in love with a werewolf causes problems for a vampire.
Ancestry by Keith Fritz
A mother’s last thoughts are for her son, as the mower’s blades cut her down but pass over him.
Reincarnation by Eric Marsh
Not all it memories of a man’s life make sense to the undersea creature that he finds himself is reincarnated as.
Missing Things by Ben Kapitz
A young girl wakes up with a new set of stitches and doesn’t stop searching until she finds the quarter the kidney fairy has left her.
Cloud and Sky by Chris Shreyer
Indian chief Shouting Cloud has correctly read the signs predicting the return of the Sky Father, but there isn’t just one Sky Father– there are many, and they are all armed and dangerous.
Moving the Goalposts by Nathan Lee
A teenage boy fails to convince an uninterested, gum-snapping girl that he understands her feelings of otherness and isolation.
Pauli's Fallacy by Loren Eaton
A being hurriedly fleeing its own dimension accidentally merges interdimensionally with a pizza jockey, but still cannot escape his pursuers.
How to Deal by Chris Schryer
The enterprising resident of a haunted house fools its ghosts into performing everyday domestic tasks.
Curtains Up, Sir Richard by S. Zainab Williams
A post-zombie-outbreak actor is almost too talented for his own good.
The Lone Star War: 2212 AD by Nicholas J. Carter
A snapshot of a new Mexican-American war involving mechs...and a bad pun.
The Swap Last Fall by James Rogers
Two friends swap bodies after being struck by lightning, but is anyone paying attention?
Alive! by Lawrence Simon
A grieving father performs terrible experiments with the comfort food brought by well-intentioned neighbors.
The Return by Chris Munroe
A man returns home from work and is unable to relate to his wife.
I Flunked Kindergarten by Douglas Hackle
One by one an entire classroom of flunking return students are promoted to be their own teachers.
First Date by Andrew Morgan
It’s apparent that finding Mr. Right is difficult no matter who (or what) you are.
Aftermath by Steve Lidster
Santa’s list is put to unusually ominous use this Christmas.
Breakroom Cult by Richard Cassidy
Cult meetings aren’t always all about sacrifices and secret rites, as this office cult debates the addition of a new coffee machine.
Wife of the Sea by Katie Leatherman
There is more to a fisherman’s remarkable sea wife than meets the eye.
The Cats in the Walls by J. Forbes Stimson
Mysterious cats haunt a man from the walls in this Lovecraft tribute to the story The Rats in the Walls.
You Can't Go Home Again by Chris Munroe
The expressions You Can't Go Home Again is given new meaning when a ship returns to port and finds its city sunken beneath the ocean.
The Plea by Bellcast
A man experiencing Phantom Limb Syndrome with a reattached arm is unsettled when his arm writes 'Help Me.'
The Woman Made of Flowers by Nathan Lee
A man made of bees fawns over a woman made of flowers in this surreal drabble.
Horseless by Nathan Lee
The Horse-Lord tries to prevent the advent of automobiles, but cannot resist the newest in horse-innovation: the bicycle.
Trolling by Jeff Johnston
The monster under the bed falls for the bait of a child's dangling love.
My Wife, the Star by PhineasQB
A powerful alien star-being inhabits a man's wife one day and does not take kindly to the man's objection.
Belonging by Jeff Johnston
A boy jumps off a cliff with a group of his friends, much to his parents chagrin.
A Good Magician by Lawrence Simon
A magician wonders how long his silent, unmoving bunny can possibly live.
Visitation Rights by Lewis Davies
The disgruntled anti-christ hates having to split weekends with his parents--divorced Satan and mom.
Happy Old Year by Chris Munroe
2012 comes and no one can afford a New Year. So 1991 is celebrated again instead.
The Sea Gods by Lawrence Simon
A delusional man and his therapist discuss battling sea gods in the ocean.
Aversion Therapy by Nathan Lee
A new dieting trick: food is given personality to discourage over-eating. Sadly, the weak-willed simply feel guilty for the inevitable slaughter of hapless snacks.
The Politics of Time Travel by David Medus
A man is denied sole use of time travel technology, so he travels back in time to fix the situation.
Babel-ing by Jeff Johnston
A man gets more than he wishes for when he wishes to speak in all tongues and inherits the various alien facial mechanisms required to speak every tongue in the universe.