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  1. One Hundred and Fifty-Five Sonnets 5. Verse

    By AC Benus, in Fiction. 01/13/2016 (Updated: 10/11/2017)

  2. The Gay Experience

    By AC Benus, in Non-Fiction. 02/13/2017 (Updated: 05/26/2017)

    Essays inspired by readings from a collection of short stories – with lots of sexy details...

  3. The Egyptian Pantheon

    By Sasha Distan, in Fiction. 12/22/2016 (Updated: 12/22/2016)

    Reference document for the pantheon of Ancient Egyptian Gods

  4. Songs of the Mongoose Tribe

    By Cynus, in Poetry. 05/26/2016 (Updated: 05/29/2016)

    Each of my non-fantasy stories are all set in my own version of the real world. They all play out in their own corners, but they're still connected in a way. One of these ways is music. This is a collection of songs I've written for different musical artists in my literary world. Each chapter will be one song, title first and artist second. Enjoy!

  5. PIERRE and the AMBIGUITIES – A Filmscript 7. The Secret Melville

    By AC Benus, in Fiction. 10/15/2015 (Updated: 11/13/2015)

    1851. Redburn is a success. Guided by a wily critic, he has seen his sea novels become popular. However, his relationship with him is troubled, and he feels 'love' may not be in his patron's heart. Against this backdrop he begins writing his first 'land novel' and conjures up a character named Pierre. This fictional young man faces many of the same pressures and difficulties as his creator. Unfortunately for both, reality comes crashing home in heartbreaking ways.

  6. Welcome to Unison Island 1. Unison Island

    By Caz Pedroso, in Fiction. 11/11/2014 (Updated: 11/11/2014)

    This is an introduction to Unison Island, including how it started and how it is governed. This was prompted by the reviews I have received on my other stories. Some facts have of course been left out if they impact on current or future stories - Sorry but you'll have to wait for all the answers.

  7. WHITE-JACKET – A Man at War – A Filmscript 6. The Secret Melville

    By AC Benus, in Fiction. 07/25/2014 (Updated: 08/06/2014)

    1844. In the spring Redburn leaves Peru for New York on a warship. He has nothing, and feels like a failure. Worst of all is the loss he leaves behind him in the Pacific – his husband is dead, and Toby is lost and presumably long buried. What awaits him in the fall when he arrives back 'home,' to a place he has not been for four years? There he must consider what his brother wants for him, against how Redburn might honor the noblest sacrifices of the men who love him have made.

  8. HUBBLE Man and Machine - Oratorio

    By AC Benus, in Non-Fiction. 05/10/2014 (Updated: 05/13/2014)

    A multimedia tribute to the man and machine who were able to open our eyes on the Universe

  9. A Halloween Tale

    By comicfan, in Fiction. 10/24/2012 (Updated: 10/24/2012)

    I read KC Grim's story and it inspired me to do a Halloween tale of my own. I hope you enjoy.

  10. The Big Squeeze

    By W_L, in Fiction. 09/22/2012 (Updated: 10/08/2012)

    Three men and their perspectives of the Great Financial Crisis of 2008. Each with their own views and personalities, but sharing one singular event that held the world's breath.

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    The Phoenix on the Dragon Chair

    By W_L, in Fiction. 06/23/2012 (Updated: 06/23/2012)

    A story about the Chinese Triads, including traditions, customs, and power struggles. This was originally an idea for the Anthology "Choices".

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    Luck

    By Mikelaing74, in Non-Fiction. 06/02/2012 (Updated: 06/02/2012)

    Just finding out how luck I am.

  13. A Payback Backfired

    By Mark92, in Non-Fiction. 03/21/2012 (Updated: 03/21/2012)

    This is a short written by my farmhand.
    Its not beta'ed or editted.
    But he asked me to post it.

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    The Modern Writer as Performance Artist

    By Libby Drew, in Writing Tips. 01/20/2012 (Updated: 01/20/2012)

    The Writer's Life: A (mercifully) short piece on the evolution of storytelling.

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