Category Archives: Short Story

I’m not sure what this is

“The leaves had all fallen out by mid-December like they always do, I guess. This year I thought it was pretty at first, then I hated it, then one day was so clear and blue and beautiful that I loved … Continue reading

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My Days In Da Game

To everyone who said there is no such thing as a hardcore rap group from Huntington Beach with 2 members* who have 4 personalities each (sort of like D12, but way hardcorer), thereby equaling 8 full personalities, I give you … Continue reading

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Brookhurst and Adams

We turned left from Peck onto the “shaded” stretch of Brookhurst, just outside my neighborhood, avoiding the orangey-brown straw-like needles fallen from the sparse, irregular pine trees, pedaling our skateboards toward the busiest intersection in Huntington Beach. It was either … Continue reading

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He was drunk. Holding on to the edge of the bar for balance, David wondered when the concrete floor had turned to ocean—stone waves that everyone else seemed to walk upon like an everyday miracle. He spoke to a woman … Continue reading

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