Remember Me Famous by Jenean McBrearty

                                                                    It was stormy that night— or so Dorothy Forbes claimed. Except there was a full moon on the seventh of April. Summer... Continue Reading →

Stranger in Paradise by Carla Sarett

“It’s not personal,” said a twenty-something guy with a two-day shadow andoversized spectacles that resembled space goggles. “We love your work, but we’re taking the show in a new direction. We want edgy angels, darker, fresher, and….younger.” He offered me a brain-dead smile. “I guess I won’t need that halo anymore,” I said. “And by... Continue Reading →

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