A Dead Woman’s Makeup by Terveen Gill

The coffin was open. Dena Mistry lay in it. The funeral home had ensured that the dead woman looked her best. The funeral director had appointed an accomplished makeup artist. Sasha could do wonders. Dena’s two children, a daughter and son, were relieved that their mother would be buried with her makeup and hair in… Leer más A Dead Woman’s Makeup by Terveen Gill

Doc.

by Brian Martin-Onraét equinoxio21 “Doc! Doc”! “What’s the matter, Raphaela? We’ll never finish on time if you keep interrupting!” “Sorry Doc, we have an emergency. The Boss is coming down to the Lab. In five minutes.” “Damn! How do you know?” “Gabby called me. And she says the Boss is in a bad mood. Very.… Leer más Doc.

Never Ending Cycle by Sebastian Iturralde

Blog | Short Story School shootings steadily increased to the point that the government could no longer ignore the problem. Something had to be done. Accepting the impossible options, the Ministry of People Protection was created to counteract the problem. George Thompson, a man with an out-of-the-box philosophy, was chosen as director of the Ministry… Leer más Never Ending Cycle by Sebastian Iturralde