Posts Tagged ‘relationships’

April 16  •  Favorites, Fiction, Short Stories

A Mid-Winter Night’s Traditions

Short story: Traditions mean a lot to this close group of college friends. But for outsiders joining their annual ski trip, these traditions can be...

July 11  •  Favorites, Humor

Tangled Web of Evidence Lingers After Facebook Status Change

Scrubbing painful evidence of relationship mistakes from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other sites can be a challenge.

November 13  •  Cartoons, Humor

The Petraeus Affair Started Innocently Enough

Before the Petraeus affair started, Paula Broadwell was just another determined biographer willing to work long hours to uncover the retired Army...

October 18  •  Favorites, Fiction, Flash Fiction

Thankful to Be Making Music

"Backing down, thankful to be making music, Orange picked up her drum sticks ..." Flash fiction excerpt that deals with relationships, death, and...

September 14  •  Fiction, Flash Fiction

With a Friend Into the Wilderness

The woman and her friend stumbled along a jagged trail to meet another river, this one strong at the start and weakening as it passed ...

July 6  •  Funny Pictures, Humor

Eternal Voting of the Spotless Mind

Clear your mind for voting unlike any you've seen before. Two politicians undergo a procedure to erase their memories of each other.

June 3  •  Poetry

The Old Garden Shed

A poem about an old garden shed in the back yard, written in tribute to William Carlos Williams.

May 28  •  Poetry

My Family Is Not As Fucked Up As Some

Poem about relationships beyond the family: You and I, isolated and distant creatures, evolving convergently, developing sameness...

April 20  •  Poetry

Across America

Poem: The pulse of America is not found in the movement of goods across the country, but in the people who inhabit the spaces between.

April 9  •  Poetry

My Father the Megalith

This poem about a father pondering a large stone (over many years) arose from a writing exercise, but eventually took on a life of its own.