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Bad Juju on You

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event–Whispers of an Apparition: Literary Reading of Paranormal Fiction.  Please enjoy.   At seventeen years old, I am still afraid of lightning. I dread it coming in through my window like an uninvited demon, electrocuting me in bed. It terrorizes me, shooting […]

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Game, Set, Match

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event–Whispers of an Apparition: Literary Reading of Paranormal Fiction.  Please enjoy.   You might find it difficult to believe that I used to like my job.  When I collected an evil soul and deposited it in Hell, I knew that I had […]

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There’s a Special Section for Us

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event–Whispers of an Apparition: Literary Reading of Paranormal Fiction.  Please enjoy.   “Party of two?” the hostess asks while looking down at the seating layout on the podium.  My liaison gives a grateful nod as she leads us to a booth in […]

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New Religion

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event–Whispers of an Apparition: Literary Reading of Paranormal Fiction.  Please enjoy.   The demon made its home on the second floor of the house, so Molly stayed downstairs in the living room. Every few days, the demon had a new way to […]

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Ghosts of Memories Past

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre event–Whispers of an Apparition: Literary Reading of Paranormal Fiction.  Please enjoy.   “Where are we?” “Hopefully on the same path Suzie took the night she was killed Jake,” replied Ken. The two men had just stepped off of a road and were […]

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An Aria in Bloom

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre night Space Dreams and Dystopia.  Please enjoy.   White towers were bridged with walkways, like branches of chrome trees, spread throughout a metropolitan canopy. People walked to their appointments while some stayed to look out balconies at the spectacular vistas. In the distance, […]

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Blame the Machines

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre night Space Dreams and Dystopia.  Please enjoy. She is face down on the shore of the Hudson. She’s a young one too. “Morning, Murphy,” Morales says nodding at me. He’s standing over the body taking a scan. His mouth is twisted with emotion. […]

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The Iron Might of Bathory

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre night Space Dreams and Dystopia.  Please enjoy. “The only thing I ever had going for me was that I had half a brain,” Eoric thought as a large metal-adorned combat boot pressed firmly against his back. He was melancholy to say the […]

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Recoded

The following short story was presented at the Jersey City Writers’ monthly genre night Space Dreams and Dystopia.  Please enjoy. I knew this would happen, sooner rather than later. We were all shopping so much, all the time, and for the same products: the same Heinz Ketchup, the same Charmin rolls, the same Tide detergent. […]

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StageFEST 2014: A Stage Manager's Prospective

StageFEST 2014: A Stage Manager’s Prospective

The reason I got into theater was the element of life it had that differed from any other source of entertainment.  Collaborating with live people to create a product that was so temporary and so special has always driven me to work in theater.  And although most of us outside of the creative world lump […]

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