Throwback Thursday | An ON FIRE Excerpt: “Setting Fire to Water” by Phoebe Tsang

The end came faster than he could have hoped. Coyote, twenty-nine and balding since seventeen, who could be seen each morning at his company’s office building through the tinted windows of the fourth-floor gym, a ghost with fluorescent aura slowly erased by encroaching daybreak; who hadn’t taken a vacation since joining this above-average, medium-to-large corporation…

Throwback Thursday | A DISTORTED Excerpt: “Bullman” by Anthony S. Buoni

Smiling, she lowered the phone.  He started telling her about his last game winning home run when her expression faded. She sighed. Theo tensed.  He didn’t want to blow his shot. “What’s wrong?” he asked, trying to keep his voice from wavering. She motioned with her eyes. “Your loser friends are gracing us with their…

Throwback Thursday | An UNDERWATER Excerpt: “Diluvium” by Anthony S. Buoni

“How deep is it?” “Here it’s about…seventeen—maybe twenty feet. As we get closer to Canal Street, that number decreases. New Orleans is…was shaped like a cereal bowel. The Vieux Carré was built on the high ground before the levee system, better protecting the French Quarter from floodwaters. Problem is the city is constantly sinking, even…