When it comes to cars, Lisa and her uncle have differing opinions. But it seems both enjoy arguing.
It’s a little things that count. Comfort from the melting rains, a holgram to replace that missing arm. Hell you can even feel the fingers tingling.
Intellectual Theory or Feel-Good scam? Lydia Trethewey’s deft hand offers more than a subtle swipe in this near future fiction for the Gibson Bigend Contest.
Mally deciphers the ancient recipes of family and love across generations of tradition.
A suburban father learns there’s a time for diplomacy and a time for war
What makes a life worth living? Work? Children? A sturdy relationship? Maybe we dream of something more.
So often, the right choices are the hardest ones.