Lit Fiction

Clara lay on top of her duvet, head thrown back, gazing at the ceiling as her guitar rested on her tummy. Her toes, raised...

It‘s been a sweltering day, moving slowly into an exhausting, hot night. It’s been a day when the sun softens the world with heat...

Aberratus was born a proud man, keen and hungry for the delights of power, in a small town near the western shores of Bithynia....

Just relax, they told me. You’ll enjoy it. You just have to let yourself go. So here I am. I can’t breathe. I give up trying...

The middle-aged writer began as usual, with two cups of coffee and a biscuit. It was cold when he sat down at his desk;...

The old man sat on the bench, watching the river. The sky was heavy with clouds, and rain was in the air, making his...

Watch Clio's performance of her original piece, "I Really Did Love Katie."     You know, I actually didn't mind being pregnant. You hear all these horror stories about morning...

“Hurry, Emma! We’re running out of time!” Sharon shrieked at the young girl, no older than six years old. Her light blue dress hung...

In a fog of worry, I attempt to start over.  I’ve got my hands in the hands of a little guy, nine years old. ...

The challenge was to write a story close to 100 words that fit Germ's theme for the month: "March to the Beat of Your Own...