By Max Talley
A new name and a new life, but the lies may go deeper than he thought … and they’re not all his.
2. The Midway
By L. Mack
Blind dates can go bad, but not usually this bad — or this well.
By Pamela McFarland
Our third runner-up in the 2022 Great American Fiction Contest: At 60, Evelyn is stuck in the past. Is it too late to open her heart?
By Veronica Leigh
A young boy’s brother returns from the war — or does he?
By Ginger Dehlinger
First runner-up in the 2022 Great American Fiction Contest.
By Sarah Schiff
An off-the-grid family at sea clashes with Mother Nature. Can the family survive both the storm and what comes after?
By Lily Parker
She didn’t want to be there. She didn’t want to be here. She just wanted to be somewhere else.
By Wendell Berry
Will farmer Ptolemy Proudfoot muster the nerve to court the local school teacher, Miss Minnie?
By Mark Jacobs
Aunt Elodie wanted to leave something of herself behind for prosperity. Problem is, she didn’t know what “it” was.
10. We Suckle
By Timothy G. Huguenin
There’s something evil in the root cellar. If only they could remember what it is.
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