Straightforward by DJ Tyrer

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from DJ Tyrer author of “Out of Time” and “Time is Relative,” featured in our ON TIME anthology.

The World Went and Got Itself in a Big Damn Hurry by Jason M. Light

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Jason M. Light, author of “Borrowed Time, Inc.,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. There are tunnels below the city, where downtown office workers dwell at noontime, visiting restaurants and salons, the bank or the post office, the tobacconist; muzak plays just beneath the steady drone of voices:  Did you see…

The Con Man and the Pocket Watch by Allison Rott

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Allison Rott, author of “Pocket Watch Problems,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   It’s my turn to tell you a scary story? Well, you’ve heard the one with the babysitter and the clown statue, the one about the pet alligator growing up in the sewers, and even the…

The Sun-Flight by JM Williams

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from JM Williams, author of “Time to Set Things Right,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   “We saw the ship today, Moa. It was covered in vines, but it’s still there. It’s hard to think people could build a big metal thing like that.” “You’d be surprised by the…

The Layover by Andrea L. Staum

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Andrea L. Staum, author of “The Time Between,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Julian leaned against his backpack and adjusted his earphone. He had hours of audio plays loaded onto his phone and with the weather delay he was going to get through most of them. He…

The Cycle Tree by Kevin M. Folliard

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Kevin M. Folliard, author of “Home by Dark,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.     Alan rode his bicycle off the forest path and found a large clearing. There stood a plump tree. At first glance, Alan thought it was crawling with wriggling green lifeforms. Upon close inspection,…

A TRANSCENDENT Excerpt: “Erasure Artist” by Mark Melnicove

She invites you out for lunch, but when you arrive she has already eaten, the kitchen is shut down, and the check is on you. When you confront her with her rudeness, she dazzles you with her perfume, and a few of her kisses, though aimed for everyone, manage to unloosen your tie. She promises…

Three Dreams of a Philosophical Nature by William Curnow

10 November 1619. Returning to the army of the Duke of Bavaria, Rene Descartes, then aged twenty-three, found himself caught in a snowstorm in the town of Neubourg on the banks of the Danube. With nothing to do, and no company to do it with, he retreated to his room, contemplating the nature of truth…