Casey Wolfe

July 1, 2020

Pinched by Lauren A. Forry

It is dark. It is snowing like hell. And Seb and Becca are arguing while piloting a high-speed train headed even further into the heart of […]
June 19, 2020

The Leviathan Sang by Rudolfo Serna

Cosmic. Trippy. Meditative. Otherworldly. When a story is as dreamy as “The Levianthan Sang” by Rudolfo Serna (narrated by Nicholas Thurkettle), it’s difficult to do justice […]
June 5, 2020

Pithos by Jason D’Aprile

Man, this is a good one. Not sure if it’s appropriate to single out a writer’s story in comparison to other stories they’ve written, but we […]
May 27, 2020

The Conductor by Eli Edelson

A journey. A crash. A discovery. A revelation. Considering the times we live in one can not help but wonder how this will affect the constitution […]