Submissions and Contests
March 20, 2018
by Amanda Cary
The air was honey, but his breath was still, so it didn't really matter. The humidity had been insane for days now, and Arnold C. Clark decided breathing should be last on his list of priorities...
February 26, 2018
None Inside her hollow, damp and splitting, was the dark she'd always been accustomed to. The crumbling meat of bark ornate on the walls was fitting for...
February 16, 2018
It was a gray day, but she waited nonetheless, counting aloud the lines on the sidewalk. A family of pigeons scuttled around worn moccasins, awaiting their rations...
February 3, 2018
Every dysfunctional secret one family harbors is revealed, spread before them on a sunny Thanksgiving afternoon.
A collection by Amanda Cary