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A Journal of Dark Humor and the Truly Bizarre
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
WHY THEY LOST THEIR DEPOSIT by Lee Blevins
Stephanie sat her map to the side. She stood up, walked across the room, placed her nose against the paint, reared back, and slammed her fo...
THE SUPERMARKET CLERK by Eric Suhem
“Well Oscar, your qualifications are a good fit for this position. Welcome to the supermarket team!” says the hiring manager at the conclus...
RUPERT’S IMPORTANT MISSION by John Gerard Fagan
On a fine winter’s evening, Rupert was in his tree house staring at the sky. A hangover gripped his body. His legs felt wet and stingy – pi...
OOH, WHATCHA LISTENING TO by Willem Myra
On the third week since the labyrinth had materialized in the undergrounds of the abandoned slaughterhouse, & after eleven tributes aged...
Monday, April 24, 2017
FEATHERS by Brenda Anderson
Outside the Möebius Strip, a bouncer eyed Floyd. “A geek, huh. On Monster Night, geeks go in the corner, behind the chicken wire.” Floyd...
POLAROID by R. E. Hengsterman
On a day in day out basis, the universe does its damnedest to maximize good coincidence. And in opposition, unfortunate or tragic happensta...
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH by Matthew Lyons
He smiles at everyone, and God love 'em, everyone can't help but smile back. He's the sweetest old guy, never forgets a birthda...
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