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Pointless
Average Rating:
4.75

Pointless

They don’t want me to win. If they wanted me to win they wouldn’t have fired me. If they wanted me to win they wouldn’t have sent me back out on the streets. They wouldn’t have ...
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The Legend of Carter Bale
Average Rating:
7.65

The Legend of Carter Bale

The roaring twenties became a different time for all of America as the economy took a massive plummet. The depression sank about every industry like a stone and families of every class felt the impact. Throughout ...
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Sisters
Average Rating:
9.03

Sisters

My name is Julien Serrault. It is the 7th of January, 1882. I am an innkeeper outside the mountain town of Briancon, at the base of the French Alps. The inn does not do much trade, ...
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Wrapped in Ribbon
Average Rating:
8.36

Wrapped in Ribbon

It’s a simple tradition: for every night you receive a gift throughout the week of the fall equinox, you must leave a wildflower in exchange. This is what my sister, Kate, told me when I came ...
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Something's Wrong with Madeline
Average Rating:
4.83

Something’s Wrong with Madeline

“No, Mama! Mama, no! Please, Mama, don’t let them take me! I’ll be good, I swear!” the girl screamed. Tears flowed from her eyes as she thrashed against the two-adult woman dressed in black. They held ...
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I Made a Monster Out of Clay
Average Rating:
7.25

I Made a Monster Out of Clay

My name is Mortimer Lipschitz. I know the name itself suggests otherwise, but I shit you not. That's really my name. I used to wish it wasn't. On all that's holy, I wished it wasn't. But ...
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Pass It On
Average Rating:
7.7

Pass It On

It’s quite an interesting concept: those little “pass it on” messages, I mean. Chain letters and people telling you, “post this in five different comments or else you’ll die tonight.” Interesting indeed, but the idea lacks ...
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Tales From Port-land
Average Rating:
5.93

Tales From Port-land

I found something I shouldn’t have, or maybe I should, I don’t know. I was helping my parents move out of their old house and into mine. Their house was about ten miles from the nearest ...
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Beta Test
Average Rating:
8.9

Beta Test

Roxy’s Lounge. It was the sort of dimly-lit, mid-century styled bar that was too classy for me by half. In the real world, it’s the kind of place I’d have gone to get shit-faced on overpriced cocktails ...
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An Unexpected Magi
Average Rating:
7.71

An Unexpected Magi

“Donde Esta Santa Claus” was blaring on the radio as Gary crossed over state lines into...somewhere. He lost track of where he was hours ago. Somewhere... midwesty. He was driving back East for Christmas. Too cheap ...
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Colwin's Corner
Average Rating:
7.24

Colwin’s Corner

I usually like to watch TV with my little sister, Kimberly. She was only five, so of course, she watched all the cutesy kids' shows. I didn’t really mind, though. They made her happy and I ...
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If You’re Armed and at the Glenmont Metro, Please Shoot Me
Average Rating:
9.25

If You’re Armed and at the Glenmont Metro, Please Shoot Me

If you’re armed and at the Glenmont metro, please shoot me. Make it a headshot. Shoot me in the temple, aiming slightly downwards. I need the bullet to travel the shortest possible distance through my brain ...
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Salt in the Dark River
Average Rating:
7.33

Salt in the Dark River

The house sat empty at the top of the hill. Its security lights were a beacon in the night, like a lighthouse alone in the mist, warning ships away from the kiss of sharp shores. The ...
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Home Alone
Average Rating:
6.88

Home Alone

Writing never had been of any interest to Patric. Throughout his life, it was his older brother, Sean, who had been the creative and artistic one, while Patric quietly had assumed the role of the unknown ...
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The Starry Crown
Average Rating:
8.72

The Starry Crown

I left the university campus behind to do fieldwork in the Deep South. I was studying folk songs from southern states that had neither a time or place of origin nor a known composer. Those old ...
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A Germaphobe's First Love
Average Rating:
6.7

A Germaphobe’s First Love

Erica hated the lack of hygiene. Erica absolutely despised unhygienic people. Just thinking about the slightest chance of her physically touching a “dirty” person chilled her spine. She refused to drink from another person’s cup. She ...
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Her Silence
Average Rating:
7.03

Her Silence

He turns the steering wheel in different directions, taking different roads when he needs to. He needs to go through the woods to get to his destination. He’s confused, but not about that. What confuses him ...
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World's Best School Psychologist
Average Rating:
9.13

World’s Best School Psychologist

When I was twelve, I came to the conclusion that everyone in the world, including my own family, was against me. I was never a problem child, but my parents sure treated me like one. For ...
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Jesus Camp
Average Rating:
8.67

Jesus Camp

I was raised Evangelical. Miraculous healing, speaking in tongues, God’s voice speaking through people, Jesus Camps, and Christian School. Yep. Christian School. My. Whole. Life. These were all realities to me- and my faith never wavered ...
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The Spirit of Devil's Curb
Average Rating:
6.04

The Spirit of Devil’s Curb

This story happened when I was about 13 years old. It was a hot summer afternoon and my buddy and I were bored and looking for something to do. For the purposes of this story, I ...
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If a Child With Black Eyes Comes to Your Door Do Not Let Them In
Average Rating:
7.53

If a Child With Black Eyes Comes to Your Door Do Not Let Them In

It started with three light knocks on our door. Tap, tap, tap. We seldom had visitors to our small apartment, especially not at this hour. “Are we expecting someone?” my wife asked. “No,” I said as I ...
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