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  1. Pride Month, and other Haibun 13. Verse

    By AC Benus, in Non-Fiction. 08/25/2018 (Updated: 10/02/2020)

    Pieces combining sections of prose and poetry

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  2. The Second Circlet: The Old Places 2. The Thinning Veil The Snowflake and The Ember

    By MrM, in Fiction. 03/06/2016 (Updated: 10/02/2020)

    Moira O'Brien is an archaeologist studying the ancient history of Ireland. Her particular interest is in the dolmens of the stoneranges called the Burrens in Western Ireland. But she discovers something beyond her understanding. Something that could mean the end of the world. Something that will challenge all she knows, all she believes, and all she holds dear. Now...she has help from her two Caretakers.

  3. Headstall's Reflections

    By Headstall, in Non-Fiction. 12/07/2015 (Updated: 08/31/2020)

    Reflections of the past, realities of the present, and hopes for the future. These aren't prompts, and anything could wind up here, from poetry to monologues. It's all about words, and the forms they lead us to.

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    30 Poems: Spirituality and Darkness

    By Invnarcel, in Poetry. 05/26/2020 (Updated: 08/16/2020)

    Here are poems about spirituality and darkness. These are all personal to me.

  5. The Window of Longing

    By Wolffang, in Fiction. 05/14/2020 (Updated: 07/06/2020)

    Everyone has a unique and different experience when it comes to the pandemic. Everyone has their ups and downs, highs and lows. No-one is unaffected. Allow us to share our experiences with you. Perhaps, we might have a thing or two in common. Maybe we'd be able to help you understand the feelings that you couldn't quite put into words. Maybe reading the stories will make you feel less alone. We can't guarantee that our stories will be little more than words on your screen, much like being able to guarantee anything during these tough times.

    This is our love letter to you. We hope you can find some meaning in it.

  6. GFD 12: Blood Ties 12. Gone From Daylight Gone From Daylight

    By Comicality, in Fiction. 12/20/2010 (Updated: 05/20/2020)

    It's been said that suffering builds character. And there are few that know suffering better than young Justin. Only 14 years old, he has found an easy way out. A suicidal tendency that he is hoping will bring an end to his misery. But when he meets a mysterious boy at the end of Navy Pier one dark evening...he is given an alternative. One that will give him purpose, and set in motion the events that will lead to his ultimate destiny....in a world not like our own.

  7. Satan's Queer Daddy

    By J.D Sazz, in Fiction. 03/31/2020 (Updated: 04/03/2020)

    Satan is called upon by God to take care of Jesus.

    Chaotic gayness ensues.

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    The Forgotten Archive

    By crucifixcrusader, in Poetry. 10/01/2014 (Updated: 01/31/2020)

    The darkness festers throughout the vast cosmos in many ways, through war, famine, greed and more, this collection showcases this darkness that exists all around. From the tortured individual to the battlefields of distant lands. This darkness grows, and this archive exists to catalog it. The archive will continue to catalog these findings, as the darkness grows ever closer to us, we are prepared to meet it with observant eyes, and open minds.

  9. Dancing Bare

    By Rigby Taylor, in Non-Fiction. 11/17/2019 (Updated: 12/06/2019)

    Rigby, impossibly innocent, swaps suffocating middle-class New Zealand for love and liberation in nineteen-sixties London. Revelling in the freedom granted by anonymity, he becomes an actor, stripper, rent boy, teacher and resolute seeker of new experiences while living and travelling in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, when travellers were uncommon.

    {A year ago I posted several chapters, then stopped because I needed to make a few changes. Apologies to those who began reading, only to have it rudely terminated.

    Spelling throughout is English English.}

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    Those Who Fall Down the Rabbit Hole

    By J.D Sazz, in Batman. 11/28/2019 (Updated: 12/05/2019)

    A re-write of The Dark Knight where Batman and the Joker do end up together. And where Batman is kinda morally grey. And where the Joker is a serial killer. But of course, this is a romance.

  11. Cynical Faith 5. The Trial

    By Cynus, in Fiction. 09/14/2019 (Updated: 11/20/2019)

    Book 5 and final book in "The Trial", the series which begins with "Shadow Honor". The threads of eight hundred years weave together to form the tapestry, revealing the last secrets and the big picture all at once. Who will be the next guardian of the world, and what will the world endure before that occurs?

  12. The Thousandth Regiment

    By AC Benus, in Fiction. 07/31/2019 (Updated: 10/22/2019)

    Poems of suffering and peace from a nearly forgotten master. Hans Ehrenbaum-Degele was killed in action in July, 1915, 26 years of age. His partner and friends brought out his Das Tausendste Regiment ("The Thousandth Regiment") posthumously in 1917. Whether or not his work has been ignored because he was Gay, it's time to bring his name forward and place it with the other great WW1 poets, where he has always belonged.

  13. Hymenaios, or the Marriage of the God of Marriage

    By AC Benus, in Fiction. 07/16/2019 (Updated: 09/16/2019)

    Two eighteen-year-old boys find the love of their life; one with a girl, and the other with a sexy poet.

    Come explore the vibrantly pulsing world of the ancient Greeks, their lives, their customs and their divinities. Fun, adventure and a little gender-funk will reward you along the way!

  14. Soul Talk

    By Wolffang, in Poetry. 09/05/2019 (Updated: 09/15/2019)

    A collection of poems that question some aspects of the self.

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