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  • Rooster's Crow

    *Friday, March 6th, 2026* *Dawn* Sasha always was an early riser. It was something about the way he slept, or something about his circadean rhythm, or maybe a force of habit. But as the sky lightened, something would build up from within, something …

  • Monsters

    *Tuesday, January 6th, 2026* Ruben squeezed, digging his fingers deeper into soft flesh. He squeezed, pressing the wriggling and thrashing harder into the ground with his knee. He squeezed, crushing the pain with with his flattened brow and lips. …

  • Shine, Shine, My Star

    *Tuesday, February 17th, 2026* A whispering whistle on the wind. Rise and fall of lilting notes, pattered out. Left ear, behind the head, right ear. They were hers, the notes birdflight used to call to her. It beckoned, fleeing excitedly through the …

  • Sisters

    The bed yielded so readily underneath her it was almost startling. But then, all at once the tension of the past couple weeks—from the climbing out of the canyon, to the walking and the walking and the _more_ walking, to the fight with that (what'd …

  • The Question

    One more day in paradise. Then they were headed for Mictlan, come sundown of the next day. Sofia had lost three nights—form against form, the sweet and sour aromas of sweat and the tang of ocelot blood drawn like paint on the skin, drums and …

  • Agent of Chaos

    They hadn't even looked at her, aside from that first snap of incredulity as she walked in, Summer at her hip, and set the diaper bag down. They'd barely listened to her. Just sat in their tall-ass tree seats and looked down from on high. One guy sittin' …

  • Chocolate and Sad Songs

    The knock on the door sounded so far away. It was kinda nice. It was like the whole world was far away. _“Labukas, Galutis…”_ It was Moe, singing a little sad greeting song. “Can I come in?” She sounded like she was far away too. That was less nice. …

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