The Short stories Of Thomas M. McDade

By Thomas M. McDade Bill, Fran And Molly I have a couple of things he can do, but Bill the new hardware tech is along mostly to meet the clients. He’s young, a handsome bastard. Our first stop is at Roosevelt Supply. I’m hoping Fran the bawdy bookkeeper will do something to put a blush on his face. She grabs him ten-feet after we enter, … Continue reading The Short stories Of Thomas M. McDade

Visits at the House on Fuller Street

By Mike Szymanski He cut through the park to get to Fuller Street, scurrying past the hunched Russian with the captain’s cap selling wilted lettuce and soft apples from the back of his Isuzu pickup. Heinrich smirked at the vendor, who tipped his cap. Although they never ever exchanged more than a few words, they shared a lifetime of past secrets. Selling fruit and vegetables … Continue reading Visits at the House on Fuller Street

The Brilliant Artistry of Raegan Payne

    Strange Scene   As a last resort, an unemployed man/woman 55+, becomes the Baby-sitter for spoiled kid. Parents are early to mid-40s, and the 1 percent. To entertain the kid the Baby-sitter stages a political debate. All hell breaks loose as politics blends with revenge. To cut down on confusion the baby-sitter will be described with masculine pronouns. Character: The Baby-sitter – Man … Continue reading The Brilliant Artistry of Raegan Payne

The Ambition By Lin Ross

Ornette… In 1962, Ray Charles sang “I Can’t Stop Loving You.” Ella was “Swinging Brightly,” and Sinatra claimed he was “All Alone.” Dexter Gordon was blowing a mellow one called “Go” and Brubeck rose to jazzy prominence with his seminal album “Cool.” Oscar Peterson made a “West Side Story” all his own, while Chubby Checker demanded everyone to “Limbo Rock.” And I was born. I … Continue reading The Ambition By Lin Ross