Straw Writes by Christopher Shugrue is a look into the life of a man returned from war and suffering from PTSD. Returning to civilian life is not an easy process for a person lost in an internal world of horror and tragedy.
In The Traveller by Garrett Addison, a man who has been beaten down in his life and job transforms while on a trip for work. Suddenly instead of the man to be stepped on, he is a rising star unable to do wrong. When a person rises so high they will certainly fall so will this magical ride last or will the Traveller find himself back where he started?
Joe is a twenty-something slacker who suddenly discovers that his simple life isn’t as simple as it might appear. The continuation of the world rests in his hands. Called to action by the Prophet and aided by his drug dealer roommate, Danny, Joe must find the missing Prophet — a man the world knows as Troy McCluresque star Jack Connelly.
In Often Overlooked by Cary Polkovitz, the author has compiled a book of pictures comprising his own work and submitted pictures of things around which he has built 70+ short stories. From a pair of shoes abandoned in the grass to a weathered fence around which he has built a historical tale, Polkowitz builds new legacies for items often overlooked.