The Pig Farmer in the City by Linda Freedland

“Oh. Excuse me, but your foot is in my crotch.”“Sorry.” He adjusts his position. “Better?”“Much. Thank you.”“You know, you’re rather pretty.”“You didn’t think I was pretty last night?”“I don’t remember much from last night. Well, maybe some.” He laughs.“Yeah, well, I remember a bit more. I’m pretty sure last night was the most incredible sex … Continue reading The Pig Farmer in the City by Linda Freedland

The Adventures of Corona and Virus by Mary Perrin Scott

“What’s your name?”“Corona. What about you?”“Virus.”“Here we sit, thrown together, total strangers, on the counter in Jack’s Bar.”“How did you get here, Corona?”“I was left behind by the last couple. The were celebrating being sprung loose from social isolation.”“Same with me.” remarked Virus.“This bar is filling up with many humans who are happy to be … Continue reading The Adventures of Corona and Virus by Mary Perrin Scott

Etc. by Paul Lamar

“Lucas?... You awake? “…Actually, it’s just Luke. And you’re Tim…just Tim… never a Timothy. So you said.” “…Good memory.” “…Well, it’s only been about five hours… and we’ve been asleep for three, so I haven’t been clogging my brain with much else.” “…My brain hurts. Too much booze.” “Yup… Coffee’s brewing.” “…You’ve already been up?” … Continue reading Etc. by Paul Lamar