“Vince Tickleman’s ‘Dancing Out of Your Comfort Zone’ with Lana del Ray,” by Audrey Clark

Aug 20th, 2022 | By

“You don’t just need to step outside of your comfort zone!” shouted Vince Tickleman, “You need to leap out of it!”

“It Started on My Hands,” by Sona Lea Dombourian

Aug 20th, 2022 | By

It started on my hands, but I gave it no mind since I’d always had sensitivities. Food, dander, dust—people. They gave me the hives. Especially women. You could ignore men. Even act like they didn’t exist. Females were a different species, though. If you didn’t breathe, think, feel women, you had a condition.

“The Loveland Frog,” by M.C. Schmidt

Aug 20th, 2022 | By

“So,” he says, moping his nostril rims with a tissue, “what’s your interest in the frog?”

“The Beta Test,” by Leah Miller

Aug 20th, 2022 | By

Mrs. Watkins checks her hat in the mirror. A mauve cap with glued-on feathers in a darker shade, and a veil that doesn’t clear the tip of her nose—perfect. It says grief, but not too much. She checks her invitation from HelloAgain. It’s her first outing since Jim’s death six weeks ago.

“Nosferatu’s Masterclass in Presenting to Stakeholders,” by Zara Karschay

Apr 20th, 2022 | By

Transmogrify, take a ceiling beam if you wish, my words will retain their meaning whichever way you choose to hang. All I beseech you is, please, save your questions until the end. Dawn is but a few hours hence. And we must use what these new men call the “small hours” to master my last class in stakeholder management.