Godmum 2

“Paragraph 142, clause 3, are you familiar with it?” “Exclusively so,” Samantha the Fairy sniffed. “Care to recite it?” Judge Forest prompted. “ … ‘Thou shalt wax thy wand every fortnight?’” “‘All wand-wielding sectors act within best interest of clients.’” A rustle passed through the jury. The rosewood courtroom […]

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No Other Way 5

Doctor Edward Bingaman strode past his wife, dropped his bag and hat on an armchair, and went straight to the liquor cabinet. Their every encounter these days was a skirmish, the battle raging on with never a victory but, often, a retreat on his part. Well, no more. He […]


Goodbye, Adrienne

“The fog is intriguing,” she murmured, an attempt to break the silence. I looked out to the silky layer that enveloped the edges of the park. Everything in front of me was in high definition; The ash flicked from her cigarette slowly crumbling on the ground, the way her […]

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Fit for a King

The Young King’s cloaks were slightly too small for him. It was amusing, thought Jack, as he lounged against his chair. It was normal, since the Young King didn’t have access to any of the kingdom’s funds until he was officially crowned High King, and usually by the end […]


A Tragic Accident

Olivia felt sick with worry. Something awful had happened. She just didn’t know what. She’d called the police. Oh, what they must have thought of her. A lonely old woman in a wheelchair, imagining the worst. Kidnapping or murder. Or at least a horrible accident, for goodness sakes! All […]


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Bison Grass

Smoking isn’t allowed in bars any longer in Los Angeles. So when I go to the Russian House, a kitschy Soviet themed bar in West Hollywood, to reminisce, it isn’t exactly the same as my memories. Still, I get to read the elegant Cyrillic alphabet with longing and hear patches […]