Capital is dead labor – Karl Mark
A mother contemplates her ailing daughter’s life without her support. RIP By Cam Dang For The Company Mannequin You wake her at 6.30 a.m., help her sit up against the wall, and brush her teeth. She spits, tries to spit […]
We got the cure. Now we need a cure for the cure.
Bill’s a fixer, but he can’t seem to fix his life.
A socking leads to rainbow stockings in this colourful short by Deborah Stanbridge.
Vocation over vacation as our hero enters into his twilight years.
I started working at Fincher Kemp straight out of business school. They were the best finance company out there and I was the best business graduate looking for work. We were a perfect fit.
Who were you before Limbo?
Nine lives and nihilism in this feline existential crisis.
The company takes what the company wants. A flash fiction comp due 8th May