That feeling when you’re sitting in the diner trying to write your Women’s Studies essay and a pudgy grey-haired guy and two young women are playing some kind of erotic game t…
Mary’s a lit professor who should know better, but she’s always gone for the wrong guys. With trouble knocking at her door, the only way to avoid losing everything is to betra…
Ray just needs one little spider (just one), and he can go home to celebrate Christmas with his family. Little Cindy is waiting for her daddy.
He has one hundred sentences to detail his complaint over unscheduled rainfall and bias against AI’s. Not including semi-colons.
Mr Hill owns a sunflower yellow convertible. Just like the one Emily shows in her Tone presentation to show ‘Tragedy’. Mr Hill doesn’t think he’s noble enough to be a tragic h…
Grappling with your own virginity and exploration is hard enough, without catching your father with his pants down.
Her mother didn’t leave much behind, except a cautionary tale of celluloid dreams. Even so, is she doomed to make the same mistakes?
Years later, she is still haunted by the memory of her step-father’s hands and the tooth he wore around his neck.
Maybe it was age, or the memory of his youth, but he wanted better for the young men he’d seen one summer running up the concrete hill of his neighborhood. It wouldn’t be long…
Peter doesn’t know why he purchased the odd little bottle marked “Pure Magic Unisex,” but its contents unleash a fantasy beyond his imagination.
Brother Mack is gone, and their Prophet’s control may soon fall into the wrong hands.
Ellie looks for answers after her boyfriend vanishes, focusing on a family photo he left behind. But her search brings her no closer to finding him — and the more she persist…
She leaves notes attached to his windshield: Remember me? He takes no notice, crumples them up, throws them onto the floor of his truck. She just wants some sleep; her mother …
All Sam wanted was a good life for her daughter, but if she’s not careful, she might not be around to see it.
Delsa’s locked herself in the bedroom, the Holy Ghost telling her to steal the paint to cover the letters devil Dot wrote about her.
Abe’s compassion for the mistreated inmates on his land leads him to reconsider the difference between right and wrong.
A teenaged girl with a hospitalized father and distracted mother finds her own respite with a boy at her new high school.
Their marriage has never faced any threat they couldn’t handle, until now.
Jenwah is mixed up, hung up on her Ex, and generally fucked up. Can Gabe Dove get beneath her issues, or is she just too self-involved?
Vietnam War dread is getting to Roger and his regulars at the bar. When advice comes from the kitchen, he takes on a secret second shift.
Tea works in his aunt’s donut shop, with a nice side line of drug dealing. When he’s approached by a slimy consultant named Scott Axelrod, telling him to persuade his aunt to …
When everyone else is gone, Oregon is left entirely to Jim – but maybe he isn’t alone after all.
Nella’s first attempt at hunting just ended with a bullet in her sorta-boyfriend’s treasured dog.
When their daughter runs away, the father imagines the worst. If only the mother weren’t so preoccupied with her own image, redecorating the house, or martinis to cope with th…
With 878 miles to El Paso, can this shaky marriage endure any more obstacles that lay ahead?
Kramer and Kramer are brothers who put on a great Extreme Fighting show, aided by their greedy boss Speedy Beers.
Jillian’s husband is gone, and she’ll take any opportunity to fill these new empty moments of her days.
Stu and Jess have made too many commitments to turn the car around, and the girls are getting restless in the back seat. As they sit in traffic, Jess can’t help but imagine ho…
With only one visit to the salad bar per customer, the girls are forced to get creative.
How do you talk to your kids about death? And do you admit to not believing in Heaven?