Fiction

It was still light outside. An old man sat in a shadowed spot on the padded bench that ran the length of the restaurant’s interior wall. Three diners sat together at a table in the center of the room. Two heralds of the evening entertainment set up the sound system on the small stage. A […]

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Maybe Incognito By Titus Daniel Gee Jimmy’s secret life began in the first house, not the rambling estate of his junior high and high school years. No, before that. At his first place, the little split-level tract home on a quarter acre that his dad referred to as “the postage stamp.” It started – perhaps […]

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Several times that day, Dave saw a dark movement off to the side of his companions. The movement never showed a shape, but he felt certain it belonged to a man rather than an animal. He held his hand with an open palm pointed up and outward, showing a sign of peace to let the stranger know that he had been detected and that Dave had no ill intent. He did not see a return sign, but still felt no danger, so he continued to follow his friends.

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Night Ride by Titus Daniel Gee Jimmy liked to ride at night. Liked the steady whir of going somewhere; the expectation, like a tension in his chest. It didn’t matter where they were going. He would sit in the first bench seat of the old van. The seat they had turned around to face the […]

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Far Away Places by Evan Shultz Little Jane had only three memories of her mother—she knew this because she sat down once and counted them out. The first was sitting in a high chair being fed. The second was being carried through the woods to a tree so big it was too big to look […]

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Father Clock by Titus Gee This article has been archived in RedFence Print Edition One, available now in the Store.

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The Strangest Thing on Kane Street by James Roland This article has been archived in RedFence Print Edition One, available now at the Store.

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