Not A Resolution Gone Wrong by Edward Pontacoloni

The way I see it, there are three types of New Year’s resolutions: the Negative Resolution, such as, “I won’t...;” the Positive Resolution, such as, “I will...;” and the Probable Resolution, such as, “I might....” Last year, I decided that I would not make any New Year’s resolutions at all. Then, I realized that my … Continue reading Not A Resolution Gone Wrong by Edward Pontacoloni

The Grand Appearance and Disappearance by Leslie Ortega

Henrie was a mushroom and in the hoomen world (those giants that come around from time to time that come and pick or gawk at other bodies like Henrie), they are eaten. I wonder if Henrie knows what they can create in a brain. Like its deep-rooted mycelium underground, the hoomen brain or even a … Continue reading The Grand Appearance and Disappearance by Leslie Ortega

Who’s To Blame? by Duane L. Herrmann

“I didn't do it!” Exclaimed Mario. “I didn't want that to happen,” complained Septen. “What's going on?”  Demanded The Mother. “Oh!  Somebody's in trouble,” giggled Pyreena. “Somebody better clean up this mess before I get back!” Thundered The DAD as he stomped out the door. “Well, children,” Mother said softly. “I guess you have a … Continue reading Who’s To Blame? by Duane L. Herrmann